President Duterte Asks Mar Roxas Where Is The Yolanda Funds: 'Billion Ang Dumating Sa Bansa Nung Yolanda, Saan Ang Pera?'
A very intriguing question was asked by Duterte during the presidential campaign to former DILG Secretary Mar Roxas about how the Yolanda-funds were spent under the Aquino Administration. Roxas, however, became silent.
As Duterte gave his speech at Lyceum Northwestern University, he mentioned:
“They are silent about it. Gusto ko tanungin si Mar. Billion ang dumating sa bansa nung Yolanda, saan ang pera?”
He also said that the victims of typhoon Yolanda were not assisted properly in spite of the billions of donations and funds that was given to the Philippines.
“Ngayon ang tanong ko, tingnan mo naman sa Leyte, puro… matamaan ng ay hindi lang typhoon kundi ‘typhoonet,’ wala na sira na,” President Dutere said.
“Typhoonet” was a term used by Duterte that means a weak typhoon.
"Where are the billions of money? Saan ang pera ng Yolanda? Masasagot niya yan sana maging president (siya). Pero hanggang ngayon walang accounting.”
“Saan ka maghanap ng daang matuwid? Nagsakay ng motor, isang metro lang ang tinakbo, dahil kulubot yung daan, natumba. Hindi mo kayang magmotor, para sa akin hindi ka lalaki. Kung hindi mo kaya si Yolanda, ay hindi ka lalaki,” Duterte added.
He reassured that this time, the Philippines will have a clean government and there will be no corruption.
“Maawa ang Diyos. I will guarantee you it will be a clean government. No corruption,” President Duterte mentioned.