Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Netizen posts progress of govt's Marawi relocation shelter: "Dahil walang Balita from Mainstream Media, ako nalang"



Temporary Shelter in Marawi City | Photo grabbed from Concepcion's post

President Rodrigo Duterte and his administration has been on hand in providing all out support to all displaced residents of Marawi City who were left homeless after ISIS-Maute terrorists laid siege to the City.

Pres. Duterte government has placed a concrete plan in providing a temporary and permanent shelter for all the victims of Marawi crisis and has started the construction last year and some of which has already been turned over to the residents.

A Netizen from Iligan City Marco Antonio Montoya Concepcion went out through his social media account and uploaded a big development on the said gov't shelter project.

The units are built from container vans that provide a modest shelter inside a 22-square meter space.

Concepcion has initiated to take a shots and posted the progress through Facebook as he has yet to see any news about it from the Mainstream media.

"Dahil wala akong nakikitang Balita from the Mainstream Media Regarding the Progress of Marawi Temporary Shelter and Relocation Houses. eto ako nalang mag popost." he wrote.

"FYI this photos was taken from March to May hindi na din ako masyado nag pipicture netong mga huli." he explained.

He also made remarks that the P160-P170K worth of temporary shelter of the Duterte admin is way better compared to the alleged overpriced worth P800K of temporary housing for Yolanda victims during the administration of President Benigno "Noynoy" Aquino.

Yolanda housing project of former Pres. Benigno Aquino | Photo from The Philippine Star

"Compare this to the 800k of PNOY yolanda Housing na made of CocoLumber and Plywoods. This Temporary Shelter of the Duterte Administration only Costs Less than 200k Around 160-170k lang ang isa nyan." he said

"This Temporary Shelters are made of Concrete or Steel, Meron din naman ilan na woods but quality ang pagka gawa." he stressed out.

The construction of bunkhouses as temporary shelters for families of homeless Yolanda typhoon victims has raised questions about the direction and integrity of the government’s rehabilitation and recovery program.

Yolanda housing project of former Pres. Benigno Aquino | Photo from ABS-CBN

The standoff between the Maute Group and government forces prompted President Rodrigo Duterte to declare martial law in over all of Mindanao.


Mr. Concepcion's Facebook post reads:


Dahil wala akong nakikitang Balita from the Mainstream Media Regarding the Progress of Marawi Temporary Shelter and Relocation Houses. eto ako nalang mag popost. FYI this photos was taken from March to May hindi na din ako masyado nag pipicture netong mga huli.

This Temporary Shelters are made of Concrete or Steel, Meron din naman ilan na woods but quality ang pagka gawa.

Compare this to the 800k of PNOY yolanda Housing na made of CocoLumber and Plywoods. This Temporary Shelter of the Duterte Administration only Costs Less than 200k Around 160-170k lang ang isa nyan.

Below are the photos from Marco Antonio Montoya Concepcion:

Photo grabbed from Concepcion's Facebook post

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Photo grabbed from Concepcion's Facebook post


Photo grabbed from Concepcion's Facebook post

Photo grabbed from Concepcion's Facebook post

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Photo grabbed from Concepcion's Facebook post

Photo grabbed from Concepcion's Facebook post

Photo grabbed from Concepcion's Facebook post

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Source:  Marco Antonio Montoya Concepcion | Facebook