Jay Sonza Slams Karen Davila Over “Walang pera ang gobyerno” Remark in an Interview with Benjamin Diokno

Here’s the message of Jay Sonza to Karen Davila over her interview with Benjamin Diokno

JAY SONZA – The former ABS-CBN reporter couldn’t help but criticize Karen Davila over her interview with Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas Governor and incoming Finance Secretary Benjamin Diokno.

Jay Sonza on Diokno-Davila interview
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It was just recently when Diokno had an interview with Davila.

At one point, Davila told Diokno that he will face lots of challenges as incoming finance secretary since the country’s funds are lacking.

Karen even cited that the budget department has recommended a 200 billion peso increase for 2023 in lieu of the first year of Marcos administration.

According to her, some would say it won’t be enough considering the needs post-pandemic. She then asked him, what’s his plan as an incoming finance secretary.

For Diokno, the country is now in a better position despite the crisis that the Philippines went through.

He stressed that the Philippines now has more foreign reserves.

Diokno is also confident that the government would pay its debt since the Duterte administration is leaving with a good tax structure.

He lauded the Build, Build, Build program of the current admin that would help boost the economy.

The interview earned mixed reactions from the netizens.

Among those who reacted is no less than former ABS-CBN reporter Jay Sonza.

“Dito mo makikita kung gaano kat*nga ang isang announcer o program presenter sa telebisyon. Hindi lang boba, kundi nagpapanggap na may alam, samantalang, wala namang alam,” he said.

“Moral of the story: Mag-aral, manaliksik munang mabuti bago magbukas ng bunganga o bibig. Otherwise, the whole world will find out that you are as st*pid as hell,” he added.

Diokno, an incumbent governor of the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) was appointed by the Marcos administration to be the next finance secretary.

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