Saturday, July 21, 2018

SAP Bong Go supporters show respect towards him and takes down the NLEX billboard

Special Assistant to President Duterte Bong Go. Image credit to Remate
The billboard of Special Assistant to the President (SAP) Christopher “Bong” Go in the North Luzon Expressway which received the public’s raised eyebrows despite being an act of support for the SAP, eventually met its take down.

The supporters of Bong Go apparently just wanted him to run for Senate, devoting resources in sending this clear message to him through this billboard.

It is known that when the SAP accompanied President Rodrigo Roa Duterte back when he was campaigning, the Presidential Candidate barely spent on publicities and campaign material since the supporters took care of it.

Sadly, the public with has-been actress Agot Isidro as a front liner reigned down the SAP’s supporter’s parade by endlessly criticizing Bong Go.

Due to this sad turn of events, Christine Yu, the woman who supports Go dearly, had to take down the billboard that she put up on the highway’s Candaba viaduct.  The billboard of the SAP was to show her belief in the man’s abilities but apparently not everyone agrees with it or maybe a number of people just love pulling each other down (crab mentality).

Yu stated that she will redirect the funding of his billboard towards helping the less fortunate Filipinos, one thing that some critics can’t do.

A supporter who requests to remain anonymous also did the same thing but with five bill boards and tarpaulins stretching across EDSA. It was an exercise of right of expression as he defended and funding for it came from his own pocket. But out of respect to the SAP, he will also take it down since he can’t bear to see bottom feeders feasting on the Bong Go.

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Daily Pilipinas Source: Kicker Daily | Remate | Rappler

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