|Photo courtesy of ThinkingPinoy
Netizen Jake Miranda claimed that a “mystery truck” with a number PXQ-351 came to Surigao to distribute safe drinking water to earthquake-sticken communities in Surigao.
He claimed Vice President Leni Robredo gave the 420 cases of six liter bottled water to the distribution center.
“No other labels. No fanfare and color. Swift, simple and quiet. On behalft of a grateful city, we give where credit is due, so I just have to say thank you VP Leni Robredo
and to all of you who are helping Surigao in deed and in prayer. Salamat sa inyo.” Jake Miranda wrote in his post.
The photo was also posted by Office of the Vice President, but now with a different caption and thanking the different foundation.
Bloggers noticed that the truck that Jake Miranda Post is the same truck that Coca-Cola FEMSA Philippines used.
The new exposé was first posted by Thinking Pinoy on his Facebook page.
The post of Jake Miranda gave a reason to the Netizens to conclude that the camp of the Vice President is claiming that donations of the Coca-Cola FEMSA.
But in the original post of Coca-Cola Femsa, the foundation didn’t credited the office of the Vice President, but credited the Philippine Army and DSWD.
The supporters of Vice President Leni Robredo insisted that the OVP really deserved a credit to the truck came to Surigao. But an HR Executive at Coca-Cola already clarified that no politician requested to the foundation to help the victims of Surigao.
“No one requested for that. Is part of the company’s IMCR (Incident Management and Crisis Resolution) initiative. Please don’t link it to any politicians. Thank You,” Marianne Gale R. Romero Compra, HR Executive of Coca-Cola told a VP Leni Supporter who creates a theory that VP Leni seeks help to the foundation.
As of now, the post of Jake Miranda, thanking the Vice President for the mystery truck came to Surigao which really owned by Coca-Cola PEMSA was deleted or he changed the privacy setting of the post.
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