DAVAO CITY, Philippines — Presidential Peace Adviser Jesus Dureza warned the public Tuesday on persons and companies who are posing to have connections with the Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process.
These impostors, Dureza said, were asking fees for an alleged OPAPP projects.
In a statement posted on his Facebook page, Dureza said their office has not authorized anyone to sell or peddle projects.
“We have not authorized anyone to peddle or sell projects nor are we into this unscrupulous and anomalous business. We are implementing our projects in the most transparent way and proper way bereft of corruption and anomalies,” he said.
The OPAPP received reports that “certain individuals are going the rounds reportedly offering persons and companies alleged OPAPP government projects and asking for ‘reservation fees’.”
Dureza also appealed to the public to report any suspected person using the OPAPP.
“Please report to us directly such persons. We will expose and if appropriate run after them,” he said.