Radio host reports what COA Chief Michael Aguinaldo told lawmakers at virtual hearing regarding audit reports

Radio host and pro-Duterte socmed blogger Mark Lopez has taken to Facebook to inform netizens what transpired during the virtual hearing of the House Committee on Public Accounts, especially on the COA audit reports sensationalized by the local media.

Ulitin natin – COA Chairman Michael Aguinaldo reiterated that the report did not mention ANY FINDINGS THAT FUNDS WERE LOST DUE TO CORRUPTION, Lopez said to open the FB post.

Lopez remarked that the COA audit reports were hijacked by the critics of the administration to further their political agenda to paint the Duterte administration as corrupt and a failure.

In other words, ginamit ang COA report, inispin at sinadyang gawan ng ibang kwento to make it appear sa publiko na corrupt at palpak ang Duterte Administration…

Eh sino ba ang gigil na gigil at gustong gustong pabagsakin si PRRD at ang kanyang gobyerno? Lopez asked.

Sino ba yan na kasabwat ang mga Oligarchic Interests at ang mga galamay nito sa media, na syang ginamit para dito sa COA negative propaganda?

Lopez ended the brief FB rant by repeating the question who are behind the black propaganda.

Eh sino pa?

Netizens quickly jumped in to share their opinion on the matter.

Lol. The damage has been done. Yun lang naman objective nila, lamented a netizen.

It doesn’t have to be true; it just has to look like that, commented one netizen.

Nanginig sa takot baka kasi i-audit ni tatay digs! said another.

Mainstream media, mahilig manira sa kasulukuyang pamahalaan, para lang makabalik ang ABIAS CBN…wrote another netizen.

A netizen suggested that COA should issue a statement regarding their audit reports in all media platforms to enlighten the public.

Sana linawin Ng COA Yan sa lahat Ng tv at radio….dami Rin kasing kababayan natn na di iniintindi ung report…sad na parang tanga.

Bakit may exceptions kayo sa mga dapat inu-audit nyo? Senate, Congress di nyo inu-audit? this netizen asked COA why they are selective on who they will audit.

Yan ang problema sa COA report dahil sa hindi specific ang details ng report nila eh kanya knya ng konklusyun ang mga pulpulitiko at mga tao na kesyo me kurapsyun. Bakit hindi nila nilalagay sa report nila na hindi pa conclusive na me kurapsyun nga sa report na pinapublished nila sa media, this netizen blamed COA for the brouhaha.

As of this writing, 1,500+ netizens reacted to Lopez’s FB post, 122 netizens commented and 308 shared it in less than 1 hour and counting.

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Source: Mark Lopez

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