LEGAZPI CITY: “Jueteng” accuser Sandra Cam of Masbate said controversial pork barrel queen Janet Lim-Napoles is a contributor of President Benigno Aquino 3rd in the 2010 presidential elections.
“Napoles is a contributor of President Benigno Aquino in 2010 presidential election that’s why she [Janet Lim-Napoles] is walking in the corridors of power,’ Cam said in a radio interview with Dante Maravillas over DZGB radio station in this city on Monday.
Cam, a fearless woman who hails from the land of the so-called wild west in the country (Masbate island province) also said that Napoles poured in P100 million in funds to the senatorial candidates under Aquino’s Liberal Party “that’s why the center of investigation is focused only on four opposition senators.
“Ang tuwid na daan na pigsasabi kan Aquino administration bako man an totoo. [The right path mantra of President Benigno Aquino is not true]. Napoles is walking in the corridors of power. And Napoles’s reported surrender to Malacañang is nothing but scripted,” Cam said.
When asked if this is the reason why she was prevented by Senate President Franklin Drilon to testify in the Senate hearing, Cam said that she’s corroborating the statement made by former Sen. Kit Tatad, which was downplayed by Malacañang spokesman Edwin Lacierda.
“Senate President Franklin Drilon is trying to bar Napoles to testify in the Senate because they’re friends since 2005,” she said.
When asked why she’s coming out again after being silence, Cam said that she’s tired and fed up with Drilon’s antics.
“I’m tired and feed up with the lies of the Senate President. Huna mo tunay na sa tuwid na daan? [You think so that it is the straight path mantra?]” Cam said in Bicol tongue.
The controversial P10-billion pork barrel funds scam implicated several solons in Bicol specifically in Masbate province, which include former third district Representative now Masbate governor Rizalina Lanete-Seachon.
Rhaydz B. Barcia