Para mahiya! Businessman buys P300,000 worth of goods to urge politicians full of promises last election to help their people

A businessman posted a live video, urging the netizens to remind the politicians who gave many promises last election to help their constituents affected by the COVID-19 outbreak.

In a Facebook video, Franciso Leo Marcos, chairman of Marcos Group of Companies and Volunteer against Poverty foundation showed how he bought sacks of rice to feed 4,000 people despite being not obliged to do it.

“Biruin niyo po, marami po tayong politiko doon matataas na posisyon… Senador at Congressman, sandamakmak na pangako noong hindi natin kailangan, mayroon naman po na panay ang pa-picture doon, pa-picture dito, maya’t maya ay gumagawa ng mabuti at kalusugan ang kanilang inuuna,” Marcos said.

“Pero ngayon na nasa gitna na tinatawag na pandemic, bakit wala akong makita ni isa man lang sa kanila,” he added.

He said that his previous video called “Mayaman challenge” which showing him giving food and other necessities to the COVID-19 frontliners became successful and other people tried to do the same.

Because of the success of his previous challenge, he decided to do another challenge called “Politikong Maraming Pangako challenge” to knock the hearts of the politicians to help their constituents.

“Ngayon po ang china-challenge ko dito ay yung mga politikong sandamakmak ang pangako para sa ating kababayan,” he said.

“Ngayon po kayo lumabas meron po tayong epidemya,” he added.

He revealed that he’s planning to spent 300,000 pesos to buy goods to help the people affected by COVID-19.

“Baka sakali dito sa aking ginagawa ay yung mga politikong sandamakmak ang pangako ay matauhan at please lang po pag namigay kayo wala na pong picture taking na babangitin pa ang pangalan niyo,” he said.

The video already reached 3.3-M views as of writing.

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