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Free Cellphones for Poor Kids supposed to be Used for Online Class Replaced w/ Stones

A concerned netizen expressed his dismay after the free cellphones for poor kids to be used for online class were replaced by stones.

Over the past few years, a lot of Filipino people are expressing their disappointment towards scam incidents. Online customers complain of receiving stones, soaps, and other stuff instead of mobile gadgets.

A Facebook user named GP Jasmin has shared the photos of mobile phones to be delivered for less-fortunate kids replaced by stones. The heartbreaking post is currently spread on social media.

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Jasmin explained that the mobile phones are supposed to go to poor children in order to attend their class online. He criticized the involved individuals for stealing the children’s opportunity to learn.

The netizen also seeks help from Ninja Van Philippines and Grab to share his post. His package took more than 1 month to be delivered but gets disappointed with the incident.

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Here is the full post:

Kaya tayo walang pagasa Pilipinas, tayo lang nanloloko sa kapwa natin. Yung gagamitin na pang Online Class ng mga bata dapat, wala na ninakaw na. Binabawi lang natin yung karapatan ng batang gustong mag aral sa gitna ng pandemya. I will fight for this kids!

Please help me share this post and stop Ninja Van Philippines and Grab from doing this crime.

This is my package bound for Mindanao para sa mga bata mag oonline class. It took more than 1 month to be delivered so I triggered the return to sender. Pagkabalik, eto na ang laman.

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