Watch: DPWH Workers Remove Duterte for President Poster on Private Property (Video)

A team of DPWH workers were caught on CCTV removing a Duterte for President 2016 poster on a private property. The incident happened when the men from the said government agency were doing a road maintenance in an area in San Juan. Apparently, they didn’t realize that their activity was captured on video. Watch the action very closely, and decide for yourself.

As shown in the video uploaded by a certain Steve Esteban on his Facebook page this Thursday, March 3, 2016, the campaign cheating incident took place on Tuesday, March 1 at around 2:25 pm. According to him, the said Duterte poster was posted on on the gate of their house. Therefore, the campaign material is not illegal and should not be removed by anyone.

As you can see, the DPWH vehicle carrying some road contruction materials is parked in front of the house and is about to leave. The workers are wearing the orange shirt with DPWH printed on them, and some of them had their faces covered with a shirt. When all of them already rode the vehicle, one of them got off and looked around before removing the Duterte poster.

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But while the video doesn’t clearly show the content of the poster, you will notice that it has a photo of presidential candidate, Davao City Mayor Rody Duterte. Mr. Esteban also posted a photo of the said poster which reads, “Please, Please Run Duterte Run for President, Tapang at Malasakit, Tapat at May Paninindigan,” and has a huge photo of Duterte on it.

The name of the the official website of Mayor Rudy Roa Duterte-National Executive Coordinating Committee (MRRD-NECC) and are printed on the bottom side of the poster. Both websites are created by Duterte supporters, who are known to be spending their own hard-earned money to help Mayor Rody Duterte in his election campaign.

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Steve Esteban did not mention the name of administration presidential candidate, Mar Roxas as the one who gave instructions to DPWH. Instead, he requested the supporters of Mayor Rody Duterte who are capable of making additional Duterte posters to coordinate with MRRD-NECC, located in V.V. Soliven Shopping Complex EDSA, Greenhills, San Juan, Metro Manila.

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Ang Video ay kuha sa CCTV sa labas ng bahay na kung saan ang grupo ng mga road maintenance ng DPWH na dahil sa uhaw sa mga Campaign posters ng kanilang Idolo at sa hangad na makatulong sa sa inaasahan pagbabago ay nagawang nakawin ang poster na nakadikit sa gate ng aming bahay . kaya panawagan sa mga may kakayanan upang makatulong na maparami ang Poster ni Mayor Duterte makipag ugnayan sa MRRD-NECC, VV SOLIVEN EDSA, SAN JUAN . M.M.

Posted by Steve Esteban on Wednesday, March 2, 2016

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But apparently, this is not the first time that DPWH workers were spotted doing similar activities. Last week, a certain Paulo Tan posted a photo on his Facebook page showing a different team of DPWH team wearing the same orange uniform removing Duterte-Cayetano tarpaulins inside a private area , and allegedly replacing them with streamers of Roxas-Robredo tandem.


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