Netizen Shares Photo Update of the Marawi City Temporary Housing by the Duterte Admin


Concerned netizen Marco Antonio Montoya Concepcion shared some photos showing the updates of the construction conducted by the Duterte administration as temporary shelters for the victims of the Marawi Siege.



According to the concerned netizen, he never saw any reports or updates about the construction of the temporary shelters in Marawi City so he decided to share some photos in the area.

The photos of the temporary shelter being constructed by the Duterte admin in Marawi City was taken from March to May this year.



The temporary shelters for Marawi Siege victims are made of concrete or steel, but there are also woods being used in some areas but the quality were indeed commendable.

When compared to the P800K temporary housing projects of former Pres. Noynoy Aquino intended for Yolanda victim which were made out of coco lumber and plywoods, ther is indeed a huge difference.

Pres. Rody Duterte's temporary shelters in Marawi City only cost the government less than P200K or around P160-170K each unit constructed.

Here's the Complete Report of Concerned Netizen Marco Antonio Montoya Concepcion:

Dahil wala akong nakikitang Balita from the Mainstream Media Regarding the Progress of Marawi Temporary Shelter and Relocation Houses. eto ako nalang mag popost.

FYI this photos was taken from March to May hindi na din ako masyado nag pipicture netong mga huli.



This Temporary Shelters are made of Concrete or Steel, Meron din naman ilan na woods but quality ang pagka gawa.

Compare this to the 800k of PNOY yolanda Housing na made of CocoLumber and Plywoods. This Temporary Shelter of the Duterte Administration only Costs Less than 200k Around 160-170k lang ang isa nyan.
















courtesy: |Marco Antonio Montoya Concepcion

Source: Facebook 


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