982 Sacks of Imported Rice Not Distributed by PNoy in 2013 Disposed by BOC

The Bureau of Customs (BOC) disposed a total of 982 sacks of imported rotten rice which was not distributed by the Aquino admin after the Yolanda tragedy struck Tacloban City.


According to the BOC, the agency confiscated the 982 sacks of imported rice last July 2013 due to lack of necessary papers and documents needed for importation. The said rice was siezed by the BOC in Tacloban Port Area.



Last November 2013, the super typhoon Yolanda struck Tacloban City, almost all countries from different parts of the world responded for help but the confiscated rice were just sittling idly at the stockroom of the BOC.

Netizens are now questioning the BOC on why they were not able to make ways in distributing the confiscated imported rice during the 2013 tragedy that struck Tacloban City.

It is only now under the Duterte administration that the confiscated rice were discovered by the present officials of the BOC, after the national government ordered every agency to report their respective properties.

Due to the virality of the said photos posted on social media about the condemnation of the imported rice, netizens took to social media and lambasted the previous administration for their for their corruption activities during the Yolanda rehabilitation efforts.



Here's Some Photos of the Condemned Imported Rice:




Source: PRTV Tacloban

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