Kalsada na pinondohan ng P8.7 billion ng nakaraang administrasyon hindi makita

General Santos City Mayor Ronnel Rivera admits that there were investors asking on the controversial Road Right of Way that cost P8.7 Billion and was paid by former President Noynoy Aquino’s former personnel's.
The investors are worried on the lands they bought near the streets being constructed by the that Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) under the previous administration. Thinking that the land titles are fake.
Until now, it is still not clear on what part or exact location in General Santos City was the Road Right of Way constructed and paid with a big amount.

According to Justice Secretary Viraliano Aguirre, Budget Secretary Butch Abad and former DPWH Secretary Rogelio Singson are now being investigated by the National Bureau of Investigation because of the fake road project that worth ₱8.7 Billion. He also added that some of the former officials under Aquino Administration conspired to mount up the cost of the said project which is until, the exact location of its where about is not clear.

“The members of the syndicate would submit fake titles in the name of non-existent persons and then secure payment using fake land titles.

One such claim could amount to as much as P29 million.”  Aguirre said.

“From 2009 to the latter part of the Aquino administration, the group has allegedly processed more than 300 folders of fake claims amounting to more or less P8.7 billion” Aguirre added.

But through text,  in response to what Aguirre said, Abad denied the allegations against him and instead called it “baseless”.

"That's a baseless accusation and therefore not true," Abad said in a text message.

"I and the DBM (Department of Budget and Management) were never part of the negotiations nor the approval of claims, Secretary Singson and the DPWH can best enlighten you on the truth on this... If I'm not mistaken, that case is already pending with the Ombudsman,” he added.

On the side of Singson, he remained silent and refused to comment on the said issue.

"I will have to see what it is about." Signson said.


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Source:  radyo.inquirer.net

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