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SHOCKING NEWS: Mga Aquino, ipinahukay ang bangkay ng mga Romualdez dahil sa ginto

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The media secretary of the Filipino people during the time of former President Corazon Aquino was revealed for the first time in the program by Aldrine Fermin in the Ugnayan program.

Former veteran journalist Rita  Gadi exposed a shocking revelation on the Aquinos on what they have done in Tacloban during their regime.

"Commission Agent dug all the graves of Romualdez of Tacloban in the first month they are looking for gold, they left the bones. Dug their grandfather, mother their father their and left their bones on the surface, they're looking for gold Marcos and they left all those bones and left the surface and buried all "- Rita Gadi



The Presidential Commission on Good Government (PCGG) is an agency created by Pres. Corazon Aquino to recover ill-gotten wealth accumulated during the Marcos regime.

The Aquino family is one of the most prominent oligarchs in the Philippines. And yet, the Philippine President Benigno “PNoy” Aquino has managed to the brains behind the highly popular doctrine of “Soft Power”.

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SHOCKING NEWS: Mga Aquino, ipinahukay ang bangkay ng mga Romualdez dahil sa ginto Reviewed by Unknown on June 23, 2017 Rating: 5 Photo credit to owner The media secretary of the Filipino people during the time of former President Corazon Aquino was revealed for...

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