Pag-IBIG head on senate probe: ‘I am disrespected’

By , on May 14, 2015


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MANILA — Pag-IBIG President and Chief Executive Officer Darlene Berberabe on Wednesday said she was disrespected during the senate hearing on the issues against Vice President Jejomar Binay.

“When I read my opening statement ang haba-haba ko daw sumagot (I was told that I answered lengthily) and then I am cut, I am disrespected, I am called names, I am a rubber stamp,” Berberabe said.

The Pag-IBIG head expressed her frustrations on the way she was treated in the Senate hearing during an interview with ABS-CBN News Channel.

Bernabe also said that Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV has no basis for his allegations against Pag-IBIG.

On earlier reports, Trillanes was claiming that Vice President Jejomar Binay was favoring  four companies including Pag-IBIG, in exchange for a share of their profits.

Bernabe denied these accusations adding that there was no corruption in the housing firm.

“The evidence for corruption and the evidence for non-corruption is the same. COA said no reason for fraud audit,” Berberabe said.