DAUIS, BOHOL - A controversial Facebook blogger
has accidentally leaked an
alleged mansion of Rep. Aris
Aumentado of Bohol 2nd
player Willy Ramasola, now
facing a cyber libel case filed
by the Holy Name University
(HNU), insinuated on Facebook last Feb. 3, 2021 about
a mansion allegedly owned by
Aumentado and his wife Vanessa in Dauis within Bohol
Aumentado is Bohol 2nd
District congressman whose
last term (9th year) will end in
2022 but has been rumored
to run for Bohol governor.
In a surprising Facebook
post by Ramasola, the blogger
wrote in a question-and-answer fashion in which he answered his own question.
“They say it is actually
Congressman Aris Aumentado, and not Art Yap, who
owns a mansion. And this is
in Dauis... Is this true”? Ramasola asked.
Ramasola answered “Yes”
“I talked to Congressman
Aris and his wife Vanessa about it and they didn’t deny
that they are building a house
in Dauis,” revealed Ramasola
Aumentado’s wife has
been openly declaring her bid
for a seat in Congress in next
The blogger continued, “I am not sure if it is big enough
for you to call it a mansion.
Let’s just say it’s just a house.”
Ramasola’s post shocked
netizens. Nowhere in his years
of attacks against Governor
Arthur C. Yap’s administration had he mentioned a Dauis
mansion allegedly owned by the Aumentado couple.
For the first time, and out
of nowhere, since he accused
Yap of an alleged mansion
in Baclayon town, Ramasola dropped a bombshell and
dragged a mansion in Dauis
allegedly owned by Congressman Aumentado into his Facebook rumblings.
Yap, a lawyer by profession, had denied any ownership of a mansion as alleged
by Ramasola on his social
The former Cabinet secretary and congressman in the
Third District of Bohol dared
the blogger to come up with
evidence and documents, saying the malicious imputation
of a vice or crime in Ramasola’s posts is libelous.
The incumbent governor,
in a radio interview, said he is
not surprised with the consistent proliferation of lies and
fake news leveled against him
since election season is just
around the corner.
Yap said the Boholanos
have not forgotten how former Governor Rene Relampagos, now Bohol’s vice governor, was demolished and
destroyed by relentless newspaper and radio propaganda
over a mansion, allegedly,
also in Baclayon, an issue
that was blamed on the latter’s ultimate defeat against
then former Rep. Erico B.
Aumentado, Aris’ father, in
the May 2001 gubernatorial