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Last September 2, 2016, Friday, there was an impact in Davao. In accordance with that, the royal residence, prompted people in general on Monday that they ought to observe a great deal online networking posts that is requesting financial commitments for the casualties of that mishap. 

In a public interview, Assistant Sec. Christian "Kris" Ablan, of the Presidential Communications Office, told the media that the Palace is not part of the general population requesting assets to help the casualties of the impact. He additionally included that the president has not endorsed of such moves. 

He likewise said, 

"I will affirm with the Office of the Executive Secretary, if there is such a drive be that as it may, actually I would continue with alert," 

He said that the Palace media is still during the time spent gaining meeting with Executive Secretary Salvador Medialde in the subject of the development of certain private people or gatherings that is about this raising money movement. 

"By and by, I've really gotten a post of Facebook labeling me asking for to give a slightest five pesos," Ablan said. 

Ablan was likewise requested that respond on these posts on Facebook about the store drive, additionally reassuring certain people to give no less than five to ten pesos each for the casualties of the impact. The liberal individuals who needed to give were requested that store the add up to the joint ledgers of President Duterte and his girl, Davao Mayor Sara Duterte. 

"I'll raise the matter to the Office of the Executive Secretary to affirm such occasion, however those things may be the work of private people, yet once more, I've raise it with the Executive Secretary, the Office of the Executive Secretary," he included. 

Toward the end of the discussion, Ablan illuminated that the Palace did not discharge any official message concerning these proceeds onward online networking and they are not endorsed by the Malacanang. source

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