Habang naghihirap ang probinsya naman, sya naman ay busy sa pag-accumulate ng hidden wealth.
This is the accusing statement of a former employee of the provincial government of Occidental Mindoro against former Governor and now Congresswoman Josephine Sato.
The Occidental Mindoro representative has earned the ire of netizens after she has been singled out as the leading figure in the rejections of DSWD Secretary Taguiwalo and DENR Secretary Gina Lopez.
In retaliation, the netizens have dug up old issues against her such as the P45-million mansion in Antipolo City built in 2009, which her critics believed she cannot afford based on her SALN.
The litany of issues against Congresswoman Sato has been the subject of a TV documentary produced by ABS-CBN.
According to Sato’s accuser Apollo Francisco, Sato bought two primed lots in a Mission Hill subdivision in Antipolo City in 2009 at more than 12,000,000 pesos as stated in the deed of sale.
The said properties were reflected in her 2010 SALN but the declared acquisition value was only 4,500,000 pesos.
Another issue raised by Francisco was the undeclared 45-million peso Sato mansion, 80% finished at the time the documentary was made.
NOTE: The P45M price tag of the Sato mansion was based on the estimate of an expert Francisco consulted with in regard to the issue.
In light of the information at hand, Mr. Francisco asked: “Where did Gov. Sato get the money to erect such luxurious mansion when her total assets as per SALN declaration was only P19M?”
Francisco added: “Other than her salary as Governor of Occidental Mindoro and a rice milling business, which he said was no longer operational, Sato could not afford those luxurious properties.”
Francisco said that if Sato has other sources of income, including her husband, she should have stated it in her SALN.
Was he telling the truth?
Find out by watching the video below.
Source: Pinoy Trending News
CA member Rep. Josephine Sato’s hidden wealth EXPOSED, including P45-million mansion on social media