PASAY CITY, Philippines — The National Housing Authority (NHA) has given the soldiers and policemen who are beneficiaries of the socialized housing units up to June 15 to decide if they will occupy the housing units allotted to them.
In the Senate hearing on Tuesday, the NHA revealed that so far, more than 52,000 housing units across the country have already been awarded to soldiers and policemen.
However, the units are still unoccupied. These include the housing units in Pandi, Bulacan that the Kadamay group forcibly inhabited.
According to NHA, they are planning to award the unoccupied units to other possible beneficiaries once they have the approval of Congress.
National Housing Authority General Manager Marcelino Escalada Jr. said, “We propose that these be given to public school teachers, to employers of the local government units to barangay officials and functionaries and to the informal settlers who are qualified.” — Joyce Balancio | UNTV News & Rescue
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