As I was traversing the other day the national highway I saw a new bridge with a huge signage that says “This is where your taxes go”.
I told a friend inside my car that the statement was wanting: “Dapat it says: “60 percent of your taxes go in funding this bridge while the 20 percent was pocketed by your congressman through S.O.P (cut) while the other 20 percent has been divided by the district engineer (DE) of the DPWH, his engineers who were commissioned to check the quality of the obviously defective bridge, mayor and barangay chairman in the venue of the bridge, and the in-house official of the Commission on Audit at the DPWH”.
|Ang duwa diri sa Right nag Magna Cumlaude sa SBC.|
A private contractor in the province whines among friends how corrupt was a certain DE. Aside from the SOP this DE asks, he/she did not give a qualm if the contractor gave the DE a check that runs to hundreds of thousands as commission.
Hoy DE na kurakot, baka ma paper trail ka someday magaya mo sila Napoles na nasa kulungan na.
This DE, by the way, is not only working with the DPWH, he/she has a construction firm that siphoned many of the contracts in the district at the expense of other private contractors.
- Lab AnqueExtinct na ang mga politicians nga amo sina. Sang mga two years ago kaistorya ko ang Regional Director sang NIA sa amon nga kung diin ang asawa niya kag bata private contractors sang NIA himo irrigasyon, siling niya sa tanan nga congressmen sa Region 1 (Ilocos Norte, Sur, La Union, Pangasinan) tanan ga pangayo SOP except ang mag asawa nga congressmen Cojuangco nga hambalon pa nila private contractor: "Boss iyong SOP na ibibigay niyo sa amin, idagdag mo na lang sa irigation or kalsada"