Ogie Diaz gives credit to Duterte after the successful rehabilitation of Manila Bay

Behold, the Manila Bay in its full elegance and grandiose. The Manila Bay recently regained its beauty after the successful clean-up drive last January 27, 2019. It was attended by some cabinet members headed by the DENR and some 5,000 volunteers. Together, they cleaned the Manila Bay in hopes of returning the bay from its former elegance. And, obviously, they succeeded. This was after President Duterte ordered the DENR for the clean-up of the Manila Bay.






The once polluted bay is now pollution-free, thanks to all those who volunteered and President Duterte. Many was amazed and astonished with the new look of the Manila Bay for they can now watch the sun set without the smell of stink, garbage, and rubbish. Many personalities and prominent people praised the President for ordering such clean-up.

One of them is the actor, host, and comedian, Ogie Diaz. Diaz is known to be neutral when it comes to political terms. He praises the president, as well as criticize him. But this time, it seems that Ogie Diaz was impressed by the move of the President. In his post, he thanked Duterte and the volunteers for rehabilitating the Manila bay. Aside from that, he also called out the bashers of the administration to give credit and recognize the action of the government.

Read Ogie Diaz’s full post below:

“Ayan. Bongga na. Salamat kay Pangulo at sa mga naging bahagi ng rehabilitation ng Manila Bay.

Disiplina na lang ang kulang sa ibang pumapasyal doon para manatili ang kalinisan.

PS: di yan nilinis para liguan at gawing beach, ha? Kung di makapagpigil, after a month na lang. Baka kontaminado pa yan ng mga water waste, mahirap na.

At sana din, yung ibang anti-duterte, eh i-acknowledge naman ang rehabilitasyon na ito sa ilalim ni Pangulong Duterte.”






Photos of the new Manila Bay circulated the social media. And indeed, all we need is discipline!

Photo credit to Charlene Subong
Photo credit to Antonio Jr Ampoan Chua-so
Photo credit to Kiko Ribleza

 

Source: Ogie Diaz