Rolando Andaya Cause of Death, is it Suicide? What Happened With Him

Rolando Andaya

Rolando Andaya died Thursday at 53. What is Rolando Andaya’s cause of death? How did Rolando Andaya Die? A lot of queries are spread online very much. Rolando Andaya was a Former Secretary of Budget and Management Philippines. We tried to provide all the details about his death. Scroll down for knowing the death cause.

Former colleagues in the House of Representatives are mourning the demise of former Camarines Sur Rep. Rolando “Nonoy” Andaya Jr., who served as the chamber’s majority leader and budget secretary under the speakership and presidency of former President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo.

He died on 30 June 2022. Thursday morning near about 7 AM he was found unresponsive in his bedroom. Ronaldo Andaya’s personal assistant John Mark Patrick Señar found him first. The shocking news is that he found a shot in his head.

His family didn’t provide the death cause. But Police say it may be Suicide. According to a lot of online sources, it is believed that Rolando Andaya committed suicide. His wife published a statement on his official Facebook page about the death news.

Rolando Andaya’s death case is under investigation. It will clear after the autopsy result will publish. We should wait a few days for the official statement about Rolando Andaya’s suicide.

Rolando Andaya’s Funeral details have given below. We will provide instant details about Rolando Andaya’s death news. Huge of people sending condolences to his family. May Rolando Andaya’s soul rest in peace.

Ronaldo Andaya Funeral Details

Schedule of wake
Location: Heritage Memorial Park, Taguig City
JULY 1: 4pm – 10pm (7pm mass)
JULY 2-4: 10am – 10pm
JULY 5: Funeral mass at 1PM followed by Inurnment of Ashes at St. Therese Columbarium in Pasay City where Nonoy will join the love of his life, Marissa on her death anniversary.
Livestream details to be announced
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