A historian based in the US alleged the Robredo paid $10K to keynote a Fil-Am event using Pag-Ibig Fund money in 2016.
GENUINE INFORMATION BA KAMO, LUGAO?
SIGE! ILABAS MO BINIGAY MO NA $10,000 SPONSORSHIP
PACKAGE SA FILIPINO-AMERICAN GROUP NA National Federation of Filipino American Associations (NaFFAA), NUNG NAG-PUNTA KA SA AMERIKA NUNG AUGUST 2016!
NAKALABAS NA KATOTOHANAN SA YO,
PARA KA PA RIN PLDT, PURO DENIAL!
In August 2016, Robredo visited the US upon the invitation of NaFFAA, a Fil-American organization to keynote the federation’s 12th Empowerment Conference held in Pennsylvania.
According to Fil-Am ladies who attended the same event where Robredo stood as a keynote speaker, they (NaFFAA) paid for the plane tickets and accommodation of the vice president when asked by the guy behind the Facebook page FlippinFlips.
Watch the short video below to listen to the Fil-Am ladies talk about who paid for Robredo’s trip to the US.
IDIOT ROBREDO IN AMERICA — Part 7IDIOT ROBREDO IN AMERICA — Part 7
THE INTERVIEWS.3 — Crazy Logic ng Fil-Ams ni IDIOT ROBREDO!
Posted by Flippinflips on Saturday, August 13, 2016
However, it was revealed by FlippinFlips that this isn’t the case.
He alleged that Robredo used Pag-Ibig funds to pay for the plane tickets and accommodations of her sizable entourage in the countries she visited including the US.
And here’s the revolting part: Robredo allegedly paid $10,000 dollars to NaFFAA by purchasing a sponsorship package from the Fil-American organization.
In exchange, Robredo keynoted the August 2016 NaFFAA conference held in Prussia Pennsylvania.
It is no secret that NaFFAA and Loida Lewis rallied behind Robredo during the 2016 election and she won in the US over her rivals.
FlippinFlips cited the glaring increase in Pag-Ibig’s travel expenses during Robredo’s short stint as HUDCC chairwoman when compared to the previous years.
Video here from FlippinFlips for more details about the $10,000 sponsorship package.
“Kaya sya naging guest speaker kasi main sponsor ang Pag-Ibig Fund. This is like buying exposure,” said Facebook user Alvin Manalo Tubio.
As of this writing, NaFFAA has not issued any statement with regards to FlippinFlip’s allegation.