Sec. Neri says that he reported to PGMA what was supposedly at an attempt to bribe him with P200 million. He claims that the President told him not to accept the bribe and just approve the project, I assume, purely upon its merits.
I haven't heard what the media has to say about this but I'm not discounting some of them who might twist this little detail to mean that PGMA probably wanted to get the P200 million for herself so she told Neri to "back off" while she collects the bribe from Chairman Abalos.
Can't wait to see that. Some people just can't help but hate PGMA.