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Manila Bay opens to the public; all praise for Duterte admin


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The new white beach in Manila Bay was opened for the public temporarily for the International Coastal Cleanup Day. The portion of the Baywalk area was opened on Saturday, September 19. 

Present in the beautified landmark are reporters, bloggers, and government agencies to take a preview of the bay. 

The environmental agency placed 500 tons of crushed dolomite to beautify and rehabilitate a stretch of Manila Bay’s shoreline close to the Baywalk strip along Roxas Boulevard. 

Netizens, after seeing the new Manila Bay, were all praise for the current admin. 

“Iba talaga kapag ang leader ng isang bansa ay may malasakit at pagmamahal sa mga anak niya, after Marcos ngayon na ulit nangyari ito. God bless you Tatay Digong and sa lahat ng kawani niyo,” one Facebook user commented. 

“So beautiful. I love this environment, thanks a lot to our beloved President Duterte and Mayor Isko Moreno for saving the ocean, Pasig river,” another one commented. 

“Ganda na talaga sobrabrang attractive sa mga tourists buti na lang si Tatay Digong ang naging pangulo ng Pilipinas,” another one commented. 

Ryan Namia
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