Sunday, September 23, 2018

PCOO Undersecretary: "You want to know how hard the President's job is?"



President Rodrigo Duterte (Photo credit to PCOO)
Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO) Undersecretary Lorraine Marie Badoy, who's known to be enormously blunt and honest in social media, took the freedom to again move her netizen followers and friends by making the nation realize how difficult President Rodrigo Duterte's job is.

On her latest Facebook post, Usec. Lorraine informed the public about her recent agenda, shared a photo and expressed her dismay to how Yolanda victims are allegedly cheated over and over again, not just by the past administration but rather private people in alliance with those who abuse poor people.



"I'm here in Tacloban now and it's for Socialized Housing Financing Corporation, one of HUDCC's key shelter agencies. And it's about how Yolanda victims are screwed many times over--not just by the past administration but private individuals in cahoots with those who exploit the poor.", she wrote.

Photo shared by Usec. Lorraine Badoy (Credit to her Facebook page)
The PCOO Undersecretary denounced those individuals who she says enjoys riches that they just stole from the poor.

Usec. Lorraine then said that these kind of people is actually the reason why the President keeps on fighting corruption in the private and public sector, a man according to her that will finally set things right for what has been others are doing wrong throughout.

She likewise warned those people and said that as long as the President and the entire Team Duterte is there, they can never breathe and laugh at them again because they will get the job done, no matter how hard it takes.

"Ah ganon? Eh di nyo pala kilala si Duterte. Sama mo na rin ako. At ang buong Team Duterte".



"365 times 3 years plus 9 months ka pa hindi hihinga, gago.", Usec. Lorraine said fiercely.

President Duterte (Photo credit to ABS-CBN)
Read her full Facebook post below: 

"You want to know how hard the President's job is?

I'm here in Tacloban now and it's for Socialized Housing Financing Corporation, one of HUDCC's key shelter agencies. And it's about how Yolanda victims are screwed many times over--not just by the past administration but private individuals in cahoots with those who exploit the poor.

Who steal from them their hard earned money--money that could have gone to food, baon for their children, medicines, etc--but that they hand over because they're promised home ownership. And then end up with nothing.

I don't get this.

How do you enjoy wealth you not only stole but stole from the poor--and in their darkest hour?

In other words, WTF is wrong with you?

So yeah, this is what the President is up against: corruption in the private and public sector.

And where faithful public servants' reputations are besmirched and their lives endangered because, finally, someone is setting right what has been wrong for all time.

SHFC is just one agency.

Now repeat that many times over --in ALL departments. And in all those departments, in ALL levels. In all those nooks and crannies.

And you will find the ones who've been there for a long time. Mga anay. Mga bampira. Mga PI.

The ones who snicker at us, the newcomers, and say to each other, "Hehe..sandali ka lang jan. Less than 4 years lang ang ititiis namin tapos balik sa dating gawi."

Ah ganon? Eh di nyo pala kilala si Duterte. Sama mo na rin ako. At ang buong Team Duterte (pwera mga pabigat at mga hudasbarabas jan).

365 times 3 years plus 9 months ka pa hindi hihinga, gago.

In the meantime, we will get the job done. Wait lang kayo.

THAT, my dears, is how hard the President's job is."



Source: Lorraine Marie T. Badoy