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Friday, April 21, 2017

Kadamay Demands Free Water, Electricity and Livelihood; Leader Admits Having Children That Are Financial Analyst and Engineers

After occupying government housing project in Pandi Bulacan that has been eventually given to them by NHA, Kadamay members has a new demand on President Duterte. They want free electricity and water supply. In an hour long protest they made infront of Pandi Municipal Hall in Bulacan, some 300 members of Kadamay  wishes that their demand would be heard by the government. After acquiring the houses they illegally occupied, they demanded that electricity and water supply has to be provided by the government for free.   And it just doesn't end there, there's more. Kadamay also demanded that the government must provide them with jobs and livelihood with high income.  Kabataan party list  Rep. Sarah Elago and Anakpawis party list Representative Ariel Casilao, the plight of Kadamay does not only end on occupying government housing projects.  Casilao said that Kadamay members has no jobs and it is government's responsibility to give them adequate livelihood or jobs.  Meanwhile, Kadamay leader admitted that she has  far different status in life  compared to her members. In an interview with Sheryl Cosim on News 5, Marissa Palomeno, admitted that she has two children who are both engineers and another child who is a financial analyst in Canada. Palomeno said even though she is far well-off  as compared to her members, she does not forget where she came from and that is the common thing  that makes her cling with the poor. Recommended: DOLE To Hold A Job And Business/Livelihood Fair On Labor Day    ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO www.jbsolis.com SEARCH JBSOLIS





After occupying government housing project in Pandi Bulacan that has been eventually given to them by NHA, Kadamay members has a new demand on President Duterte. They want free electricity and water supply.
In an hour long protest they made infront of Pandi Municipal Hall in Bulacan, some 300 members of Kadamay  wishes that their demand would be heard by the government. After acquiring the houses they illegally occupied, they demanded that electricity and water supply has to be provided by the government for free. 
After occupying government housing project in Pandi Bulacan that has been eventually given to them by NHA, Kadamay members has a new demand on President Duterte. They want free electricity and water supply. In an hour long protest they made infront of Pandi Municipal Hall in Bulacan, some 300 members of Kadamay  wishes that their demand would be heard by the government. After acquiring the houses they illegally occupied, they demanded that electricity and water supply has to be provided by the government for free.   And it just doesn't end there, there's more. Kadamay also demanded that the government must provide them with jobs and livelihood with high income.  Kabataan party list  Rep. Sarah Elago and Anakpawis party list Representative Ariel Casilao, the plight of Kadamay does not only end on occupying government housing projects.  Casilao said that Kadamay members has no jobs and it is government's responsibility to give them adequate livelihood or jobs.  Meanwhile, Kadamay leader admitted that she has  far different status in life  compared to her members. In an interview with Sheryl Cosim on News 5, Marissa Palomeno, admitted that she has two children who are both engineers and another child who is a financial analyst in Canada. Palomeno said even though she is far well-off  as compared to her members, she does not forget where she came from and that is the common thing  that makes her cling with the poor. Recommended: DOLE To Hold A Job And Business/Livelihood Fair On Labor Day    ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO www.jbsolis.com SEARCH JBSOLIS
And it just doesn't end there, there's more. Kadamay also demanded that the government must provide them with jobs and livelihood with high income.
After occupying government housing project in Pandi Bulacan that has been eventually given to them by NHA, Kadamay members has a new demand on President Duterte. They want free electricity and water supply. In an hour long protest they made infront of Pandi Municipal Hall in Bulacan, some 300 members of Kadamay  wishes that their demand would be heard by the government. After acquiring the houses they illegally occupied, they demanded that electricity and water supply has to be provided by the government for free.   And it just doesn't end there, there's more. Kadamay also demanded that the government must provide them with jobs and livelihood with high income.  Kabataan party list  Rep. Sarah Elago and Anakpawis party list Representative Ariel Casilao, the plight of Kadamay does not only end on occupying government housing projects.  Casilao said that Kadamay members has no jobs and it is government's responsibility to give them adequate livelihood or jobs.  Meanwhile, Kadamay leader admitted that she has  far different status in life  compared to her members. In an interview with Sheryl Cosim on News 5, Marissa Palomeno, admitted that she has two children who are both engineers and another child who is a financial analyst in Canada. Palomeno said even though she is far well-off  as compared to her members, she does not forget where she came from and that is the common thing  that makes her cling with the poor. Recommended: DOLE To Hold A Job And Business/Livelihood Fair On Labor Day    ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO www.jbsolis.com SEARCH JBSOLIS
Kabataan party list  Rep. Sarah Elago and Anakpawis party list Representative Ariel Casilao, the plight of Kadamay does not only end on occupying government housing projects.

Casilao said that Kadamay members has no jobs and it is government's responsibility to give them adequate livelihood or jobs.

Meanwhile, Kadamay leader admitted that she has  far different status in life  compared to her members. In an interview with Sheryl Cosim on News 5, Marissa Palomeno, admitted that she has two children who are both engineers and another child who is a financial analyst in Canada. Palomeno said even though she is far well-off  as compared to her members, she does not forget where she came from and that is the common thing  that makes her cling with the poor.
*Update: Due to the reports that Kadamay demands free water and electricity from the government, the group has shifted gears and released a public clarification that they only demand direct installation of water and electricity service.
After occupying government housing project in Pandi Bulacan that has been eventually given to them by NHA, Kadamay members has a new demand on President Duterte. They want free electricity and water supply. In an hour long protest they made infront of Pandi Municipal Hall in Bulacan, some 300 members of Kadamay  wishes that their demand would be heard by the government. After acquiring the houses they illegally occupied, they demanded that electricity and water supply has to be provided by the government for free.   And it just doesn't end there, there's more. Kadamay also demanded that the government must provide them with jobs and livelihood with high income.  Kabataan party list  Rep. Sarah Elago and Anakpawis party list Representative Ariel Casilao, the plight of Kadamay does not only end on occupying government housing projects.  Casilao said that Kadamay members has no jobs and it is government's responsibility to give them adequate livelihood or jobs.  Meanwhile, Kadamay leader admitted that she has  far different status in life  compared to her members. In an interview with Sheryl Cosim on News 5, Marissa Palomeno, admitted that she has two children who are both engineers and another child who is a financial analyst in Canada. Palomeno said even though she is far well-off  as compared to her members, she does not forget where she came from and that is the common thing  that makes her cling with the poor. Recommended: DOLE To Hold A Job And Business/Livelihood Fair On Labor Day    ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO www.jbsolis.com SEARCH JBSOLIS
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Sources: Tulfo News, TV5

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