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Communication fail: Comelec clears Dennis Uy’s F2 Logistics F2 in dumping of election materials in Cavite

Bilyonaryo Dennis Uy’s F2 Logistics did not commit an election offense when its men supposedly dumped used election paraphernalia from Manila in a town in Cavite, the Commission on Elections has ruled.

Commission on Elections Commissioner Aimee Ferolino, head of the May 9 polls packing and shipping committee, said used election items like stamps, ballot secrecy folders, and indelible ink bottles were dumped in Amadeo, Cavite “on account of inadvertence”.

“During transit, and upon realizing that the subject election materials are not included in the items subject of the reverse logistics, the concerned F2 Logistics personnel immediately recovered such materials and brought the same to the F2 Logistics Headquarters in Parañaque City, where it has been stored and safekept up to this writing,” Ferolino said.

The Comelec executive blamed the incident on “miscommunication” coming from the order of a school custodian for F2 personnel to “take everything” from the voting precinct.

However, Comelec has clarified that it is still reviewing F2’s contract performance and compliance to its obligations.