The Task Force Against Corruption has received more than 60 reports of alleged corrupt activities in government agencies, Department of Justice Undersecretary Emmeline Aglipay-Villar said Thursday.
“Estimated number is more than 60 already,” the DoJ spokesperson disclosed.
Villar noted that “there has been a sudden surge in complaints this week.”
She said the TFAC and the DoJ Action Center will continue to receive complaints and reports concerning alleged corrupt activities.
The Justice Undersecretary said the TFAC Operations Center Secretariat is currently “in the process of consolidating the complaints they received and those received by DoJAC.”
Villar said many of the complaints concerns the Department of Public Works and Highways involving “alleged anomalies or irregularities in construction projects outside Metro Manila.”