News Pinoys take 'Ikaw Na Lang Mag Presidente' challenge seriously

Pinoys take ‘Ikaw Na Lang Mag Presidente’ challenge seriously


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As many Filipinos criticize the current administration in the Philippines of how they handle things during Covid-19 pandemic, many netizens took to social media to air their comment.

However, the supporters of the admin has one phrase to reply on the banter: ‘Ikaw na lang kaya mag presidente!’

Critics have made the challenge too far wherein they had to edit their photos posing in Malacanang Palace.

Look at the hilarious photos below:

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