Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Bam Aquino visited Marawi before the Maute group attack in the city?

Bam Aquino visited Marawi before the Maute group attack in the city?
A very controversial Facebook post of a netizen is now circulating in social media following the attack of Maute group in Marawi City that led to declaration of Martial Law in Mindanao.

Jelomir Abcede, a coach according to his profile posted a question about Bam Aquino's recent visit in Marawi.

"Did Bam Aquino have a meeting with the Maute Rebels before the Marawi City attack?," he asked.

According to Philippine Information Agency, a government website, Senator Bam Aquino visited Marawi on May 19, 2017 to inaugurate the first Negosyo Center in the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM).

The center is located at the TLDC Building in Lanao Peoples' Park, Barangay Datu Saber, Marawi City.

The establishment of Negosyo Center is anchored on Republic Act No. 10644 or the Go Negosyo Act, authored by Senator Bam Aquino and signed into law by President Benigno Aquino III on July 15, 2014.

"Matagal na naming tinatrabaho ito with the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) kaya natutuwa tayong ito’y naging isa nang katuparan,” Aquino said.

Because of this recent visit of Bam Aquino to the said city, Jelomir Abcede suggested that the current government should look into the affairs of the Aquinos. "Coz they've been historically associated with the rebels. Just remember Ninoy Aquino was one of the founders of CPP-NPA," he said.

Many netizens concurred to Abcede and recommended that Bam Aquino must be investigated about the matter.

"Maybe!!! This is during the time when Bam Aquino is in Iligan City right after going to Marawi city...Hay naku huwag naman sana if this true speculation i don't know what to say! #GalawangDilaw OMG!," one netizen commented.

Check out post below:

Bam Aquino recently visited Marawi City before the Maute group attack?

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Source/s: Bam Aquino website, PIA, Jelomir Abcede


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