Critics called Duterte by different unflattering names but you can’t deny that the President has a soft heart for the people, whether he is a pro or an anti-Duterte.
Want proof? Well, he just send the Duterte’s Kitchen to the areas where the rallyists congregate to distribute hot arroz caldo for the tired and hungry rallyists.
In a Facebook post, the government-owned TV network PTV captured the heartwarming photo showing the Duterte’s Kitchen people preparing porridge for the rallyists.
According to Joy Gumatay of PTV4, Duterte’s Kitchen set up in the protest area to distribute approximately 4,500 servings of arroz caldo.
Ironically, while the Sept. 21 rallyists are calling for Duterte’s ouster, the government chooses to overlook the rallyists ideological beliefs and feed everyone regardless of their political beliefs.
The gesture has been earning praises from netizens on social media.
Justine Celis Celleros remarked: “Wow ha. Kayo na kontra kayo pa papakainin.. Ang kapal ng mga mukha 😂😂😂😂😂 Sana pagkatapos nyo kumain Nyan bumaliktad kayo dun na kau sasama sa pro-duterte rally hahahaha malamang may Libre tubig pa Yan… Ay sus the best tlga duterte admin 😍😍”
Trini Rst summed up the sentiments of many netizens on social media. “pag binato la ng bato pakainin mo ng arroz caldo diba tanong mo sa Madre at pari tama ba?kakain na mga hinikayat nila sa duterte kitchen”
Sally Olpindo Sobrang diktador naman..wala ibang choice mga mag ra rally kundi arroz caldo..sana may cake, donuts or spaghetti man lang na pagpipilian..😂😂 opo choosy po sila
Roselyn Cadalzo Mamangun You can see where this well-meaning President’s heart is.one of the reasons why people continue to love and support him inspite of the accusations against him.love you po PRRD!
Vicente Evasco said this is a testament to the kind of people the Duterte supporters are. “Nagpapahiwatig lang nito anong klaseng mga tao ang duterte supporters. Keep it up. Your doing a good job. Mabuhay ang presidente.”
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