- Agot Isidro fires off another tweet recently asking if there is an ongoing accounting for the P754 billion loan that the government made for its COVID pandemic response
- The actress indicated that she wants to know where the money went because she, along with millions of other Filipinos, would be paying the debt of the government
- Agot has been posting tweets seen to be very critical of the actions of the government, particularly the way it handled the coronavirus pandemic
- She is constantly at loggerheads with top government officials, including President Rodrigo Duterte
Agot Isidro recently posted a question on Twitter, asking if there is an ongoing accounting for the P754 billion loan that the government made for its COVID crisis response.
The actress indicated she is very much concerned as she, and millions of other Filipinos, would be the one paying for the debt.
“May accounting na ba nung inutang na P754 billion for the COVID pandemic response?” the actress wrote in the first part of her tweet.
“Tanong ng bayan. Kasi kami po magbabayad nyan,” Agot wrote on her tweet.
Many netizens showed their support by retweeting her post, with some expressing their own opinions on the question.
Agot has been at constant loggerheads with top government officials, including President Rodrigo Duterte, because of her pronouncements and criticisms.
In some cases, top government officials would take offense at her pronouncements and retaliate by taking a swipe at her. Government supporters would often do likewise.
Despite these, the actress seems bent on expressing her opinions on social media, as evidenced by her posts like the one she recently tweeted.
Maria Margarita Amada Fteha Isidro, better known as Agot Isidro, is a Filipina actress and singer. She was born on July 20, 1966 and is the fourth of the six children of Jose Isidro, an architect, and Palestinian mother Edwarta Fteha. She graduated from the University of the Philippines Diliman with a bachelor's degree in interior design. Isidro also pursued Fashion Buying and Merchandising at Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City, where she graduated with Latin honors. She also has a master's degree in communication from the Ateneo de Manila University. Isidro started as a back-up singer together with her sisters Olive Cruz and Tina Isorena in The Sharon Cuneta Show. She was urged by Johnny Manahan or Mr. M to fill in for then pregnant Melissa de Leon in the noontime show 'Sang Linggo nAPO Sila.
Several days ago, Agot also took to Twitter to hit at President Duterte’s statement as to when will the country have a sufficient supply of vaccines. The actress took a swipe at what she believed to be an ineptness on the part of the President by asking how did he get to become mayor. Agot has been at odds with the government for a long time, tweeting her opinion on government action or inaction.
More recently, the actress also posed a question on Twitter and challenged everyone to ponder on it before giving a response. The singer-actress said that people should know who needs to shoulder the blame for the death of a person at Angel Locsin’s community pantry. Angel set up a community pantry to celebrate 36th birthday. Unfortunately, the long line of the pantry proved unbearable to one elderly person, causing his eventual death.
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