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DAVAO CITY — Senator-elect Ronald Dela Rosa wished that investment schemes like Kapa Community Ministry, Inc. will return the hard-earned money to the people.
Dela Rosa who said he pitied the people who invested or donated their money on shady investment schemes.
“Naluoy ko sa mga miyembro nga wala mabalik ang kwarta pero kung muingon ug pakialaman nako ang decisyon sa Presidente (President Rodrigo Duterte) that’s purely executive in nature (I really feel for the members who cannot get back their money but if I would ask the President, that decision is purely executive in nature),” Dela Rosa said when asked if he would intervene in the closure of Kapa.
“So hulaton lang nato kung unsay sunod niyang lakang kung duna pa siyay pagahimuon (Maybe we will wait for the President’s next move),” he said.
Dela Rosa wished that Kapa Ministry leader Pastor Joel Apolinario would return the money of the members, some of whom even sold their carabaos and houses to donate the money as “love gift”.
“Hopefully if given the chance I would ask what he (Apolinario) can say about any chance of returning the money of the members,” he added.
He said Apolinario should return the money even if it only means returning the capital without interest.
The companies engaging in investment schemes remain under surveillance of the Philippine National Police (PNP).
Earlier, PRO-11 director, Brig. Gen. Marcelo Morales said they are receiving reports that some companies are operating secretly.
Morales said the police will run after the companies which are still operating secretly and accepting transactions in Tagum City, Davao del Norte. (PNA)