Presidential sister Jocellyn Duterte-Villarica made a suggestion to the members of KAPA Community Ministry International who saddened by the decision of the government to shut down their religious group.
In a post, Mrs. Jocellyn said that people should give President a chance to investigate KAPA because protecting the people including their money is part of his role as the chief executive of the country.
She also clarified that the President only wanted to ensure that the money of the people is being put in the right place.
If KAPA has been proven to be legal, Mrs. Jocellyn said that she’s also going to invest to the religious group to enjoy 30% interest monthly.
“Pag mapatunayan na ang organisasyon na ito ay hindi isang scam, eh di ipagpatuloy… pero… bigyang liwanag muna kung hindi ba ito mauuwi sa wala sa bandang huli.” Villarica said.
“Anong mawawala sa ganitong pamaaraan? Hindi nman sinabi ni Tatay na ipapasara ang kumpanya, itigil muna ang operation at imbestigahan kung paano ang pamamalakad ng kumpanya… makatotohanan ba at legal?” she added.
“Kung mapatunayan yan, ako mismo ang mag-iinvest, sino ba ang hndi gustong kumita? Marami ng scam ang nangyari na, karamihan ang mahihirap at empleyado at retiree ang biktima.”
Mrs. Jocellyn mentioned several companies that also offered high-interest rates like KAPA in the past, but now are gone and made their investors lose money.
The post of the presidential sister already reached 579 shares as of writing.
Several days ago, thousands of KAPA members expressed their disappointment to the government after the President ordered to shut down KAPA.
Some of them even claimed that they already vowed not to support the Dutertes in their future political plans.