Call 8888! Pres. Duterte offers P30K reward for info on execs stealing cash aid

Call 8888! Pres. Duterte offers P30K reward for info on execs stealing cash aid




Local officials who will have other plans for cash aid from the Social Amelioration Program (SAP) other than giving it to the rightful recipients will now be a target of a reward.

President Rodrigo Roa Duterte is offering a reward of P30,000 for anyone who could give information on local government officials involved in any corrupt practices act in the distribution of the cash aid for the recipient poor families.


“Siya po ay magbibigay ng pabuya ng P30,000 sa lahat po na magre-report ng mga local officials na kumakana o kinukurakot ang mga ayuda para po sa mga mahihirap,” said Presidential Spokesperson Attorney Harry Roque after the President’s public address late Monday.

President Rodrigo Roa Duterte
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Atty. Roque urges everybody to report anomalies in the distribution of the government’s social amelioration program to call 8888, the President’s Hotline for government malpractices.

“Tumawag lang po kayo sa 8888. Siyempre po kung gusto ninyo ng ayuda, eh mag-iiwan kayo ng pangalan at telephone number. At ‘pag napatunayan po ‘yung inyong reklamo sa korapsyon laban sa mga lokal na opisyales na kinukurakot iyong mga ayuda na ipinamimigay ng gobyerno, 30,000 pesos po ang pabuya na ibibigay ng ating Presidente sa inyo.” he added.
The Presidential Spokesperson reiterated that this government takes a zero-tolerance approach to corruption.

“Alinsunod po ito sa zero tolerance ng ating Presidente laban sa korapsyon lalong-lalo na po doon sa mga kumakana at kumukurakot ng ayuda para sa mga mahihirap.”
In his late Monday night address, the President slammed a village councilor from Agustin in Hagonoy, Bulacan, for allegedly collecting more than half of the cash aid under SAP meant for low-income households affected by the current coronavirus crisis.

“Mahirap na nga, ikaw may trabaho ka na, kagawad ka, ang p***** i** kukunin mo pa ‘yung pera ng mahirap,” he said.




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