The netizens praised the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) and the Duterte administration for showcasing their new assets as preparation for the upcoming rainy season this year.
In a post, Noel Landero Sarifa posted some of the new assets of PCG, showing brand-new boats, vehicle, jetski and other equipment needed by the Coast Guard for their operation.
According to the reports, the 20 aluminum hull boat which has a speed of 20 knots costs P16-M. The boats were made by Pacificfortia Marine Technologies (800,000 pesos each).
20 personal watercraft with a maximum speed of 40 knots, were also brought by the government from Scan Marine Incorporated, it costs 15.5-M pesos (775,000 pesos each).
The government also bought 180 pick-up vans which cost the government 200-M pesos (1,111,111 pesos each).
Aside from that, PCG also got new diving equipment.
According to the Philippine Coast Guard, they’re still waiting for the arrival of 73 rubber boats worth P86-M and 12 seven-meter rigid hull inflatable boats worth P142-M.
The post of Sarifa already reached more than 20,000 shares on social media platform Facebook.
It also received a tremendous amount of positive reaction from the netizens who were amazed by the preparation of the government.
“Grabe ka naman President Duterte. Masyado mo kaming spoiled. Pwede naman pala.” Sarifa said.