Angel Locsin slams Harry Roque's for criticizing Kapamilya’s COVID-19 relief efforts

Angel Locsin slams Harry Roque's for criticizing Kapamilya’s COVID-19 relief efforts

Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque has been receiving his own criticisms from those who are opposing the policies of the Duterte administration.
One controversial issue is the permanent closure of the Lopez-controlled ABS-CBN Corporation many of the latter’s supporters are blaming President Rodrigo Roa Duterte.

Kapamilya celebrity Angel Locsin did not mince words is slamming Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque after the latter made a statement that ABS-CBN did not give a substantial amount and help in the current pandemic we are in.
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In her Facebook post Locsin her dismay for the government official when he did the comparison ABS-CBN’s contribution vis a vis the contribution of the Manauel V.Pangilinan group of companies and the Ayala group.
“Pambihira. Imbes na magpasalamat at may sumalo, nagawa mo pang tulugsain.

“Kusang loob po iyan at hindi obligasyon dahil government naman po talaga dapat ang gagawa neto pero humingi po kayo ng tulong di ba, kasi hindi kaya?

“Wala nga akong narinig na naitulong mo pero nagawa mo pang magsalita ng ganito,” Locsin referring to Roque.
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Locsin in her different social media post, showed a list of donations given by the Lopez group to the Duterte administration in its fight against the COVID-19 health pandemic. It showed almost P268 million pesos given by the station.
Under its “Pantawid ng Pag-ibig” campaign ABS-CBN was able to collect more than P427 million in cash donations at pledges.

Roque’s statement

“I know you donated P200 million of your own money, but the rest, you raised from your TV programs, through your cause for donation.

“But these two companies did it on their own. I do not know why ABS-CBN could not have done more, ‘no, like what the Ayalas and MVPs did,”

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