"In an earlier interview, Nonong Contreras, one of the four members of the CfC interim committee and a former member of the Board of Elders of the International Council of the CfC Foundation for Family and Life, said they had not accused Gawad Kalinga of mishandling fund donations.
“Never did we say that there’s an anomaly. We only said there should be proper governance and accountability,” he said, adding: “When the money you are handling is not yours, there should be greater governance and accountability. The disbursements should jibe with the number of houses promised to partners.”
Contreras said he and his group had raised the issue of proper accountability because of instances when some Gawad Kalinga partners complained directly to their group about purported mismanagement of the donated funds."
When you raise an issue because of the "purported mismanagement of the donated funds", then you raise it because of an anomaly.
Can someone define double-talk for me? Hold on...I'll do it:
dou·ble-talk /ˈdʌbəlˌtɔk/ Pronunciation Key - Show Spelled Pronunciation[duhb-uhl-tawk] Pronunciation Key - Show IPA Pronunciation –noun
|1.||speech using nonsense syllables along with words in a rapid patter.|
|2.||deliberately evasive or ambiguous language: When you try to get a straight answer, he gives you double-talk.|