Pacquiao’s allegation of DepEd corruption is a “Harsh Accusation”
Manny Pacquiao exposed DepEd corruption during his interview. DepEd is on the list of corrupt government entities named by Pacquiao. Manny said he knew someone in the DepEd who took commission from agency projects in an arranged interview conducted by the Comelec at Kapisanan ng mga Broadcaster ng Pilipnas (KBP) last Friday.
This DepEd corruption is a major problem that jeopardizes the department’s integrity. As a result, the Department of Education challenged Pacquiao to name the corrupt officials. According to the Department of Education’s statement, it is a moral duty for a decent senator, as a contender for the highest office in the land, to name names and/or identify individuals, rather than relying on generalities to criticize the entire Department of Education. DepEd corruption is a sensitive subject.
A false accusation is one that is not backed up by factual evidence or the correct names of those concerned. Manny Pacquiao, the good senator, has been in office for more than 9 years. If the accusation is accurate, he cannot consider himself morally innocent because being self-righteous is stressful. “Let any of you who is without sin cast the first stone,” the Bible says.
The Department of Education’s corruption has a significant influence on the department’s honest employees. Sen. Manny should give proof to remedy the corruption in the Department of Education. If this story is genuine, it’s a huge slap in the face to the DepEd officials implicated in the alleged wrongdoing. While Manny Pacquiao is still in the Senate, any proof regarding the claims of DepEd corruption must be presented immediately. Manny will have a major problem if he fails to produce the exact evidence.
As a result, before Sen. Manny speaks on this subject, he should gather his proof before bringing it up in the interview. The Department of Education is plagued by corruption. If this is the case, Senator Manny has made substantial contributions to the battle against DepEd corruption and other government departments. – Doki | Helpline PH