RADIO commentator Arturo Barrit has filed a complaint with the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) 7 against the city government of Cebu over 19.5 million pesos of prepackaged meals purchased from a caterer allegedly “benefiting the city.” “NBI 7 was set up to investigate some Cebu City officials who reportedly made money working with M & R Food Services, the catering company that hired the city to provide meals for frontliners in the city Covid-19 pandemic.

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In his letter, Barrit wrote: “Whether it was non-delivery of prepackaged meals or ghost deliveries of orders, depreciated prepackaged meals, as other concerned town hall officials would point out, these are humble requests from this concerned taxpayer for the NBI to play an active role to unmask the real culprit and culprit of these questionable transactions. ”In a statement posted on Facebook, Barrit alleged that city hall officials purchased pesos 19.5 million in prepackaged meals from M & R Food Services However, whom he claimed to be “ineligible for financial standing” was given a “courtesy” to provide services to the city. M & R Food Services, located in Barangay Kamputhaw, is owned by Marvin and Rhea Gillera service company as a “small carenderia” with a capitalization of 50,000 P. It declared gross income of P8.5 million for 2020. Barrit’s letter complaint was addressed to NBI 7 director Rennan Augustus Oliva. The complaint was received by NBI 7 on August 23, 2021. SunStar Cebu tried to win the side of the Cebu City administrator Floro Casas Jr., but he was not in his office. Casas didn’t take calls. He promised SunStar last week that he would explain M & R Food Services’ selection last Monday, September 6th, 2021. Casas had previously promised SunStar Cebu that he would provide a full explanation of what had happened. SunStar Cebu has also contacted M & R Food Services, but the owners have not responded to inquiries at the time of going to press. (JKV, PAC)

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