A Month’s Worth Of Relief Goods Given By The Mayor Of Narra, Palawan Goes Viral

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Following the implementation of enhanced community quarantine in Luzon and other parts of the country, President Rodrigo Duterte also mandated local government units (LGUs) to distribute relief goods to their constituencies. That includes food supplies that would last for a month or until the lockdown is over.

This is also one of the problems faced by some mayors in different cities, and now many people use social media to voice out their frustration and complaints because they have not received any aid from their local government yet since the start of the lockdown.

Despite this, there are still some mayors who continue to distribute food supplies to their constituents.


Just like what the mayor of Narra, Palawan did. He continues to distribute relief goods to his constituents, enough to last for a month.

Proof of this is the post of a netizen named AL Bert. On Facebook, he shared photos of relief goods his family received from Narra, Palawan Mayor Gerandy Danao.

You can really see in the photos the amount of goods they received. Sacks of rice, a lot of canned goods and instant noodles.

As a matter of fact, AL Bert specified the number of supplies. They received three sacks of rice weighing 20 kilos per sack, 30 packs of instant coffee, 30 cans of sardines, six pieces of soap, and 30 packs of instant noodles from their local government.

As of this writing, the post already gathered 10K likes and 8.6K shares.

The post also received a lot of comments from the netizens, which most of them wishing their mayors would do the same.

Have you received the mandatory food supplies from the local government? Share your thoughts!


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