Well known writer and social media personality Krizette Laureta Chu commends President Rodrigo Duterte for making tertiary education free in all State and University Colleges (SUC).
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Besides having addressed a long-standing issue in the education sector, Chu also points out the other laws Duterte has signed that has guaranteed a more convenient and efficient government for the Filipinos.
Among these are free hospitalization in PGH, no advance cashouts for hospital admission, and an extended validity of passports and driver’s license.
Additionally, Duterte has also put in place strategies and means to provide lands to farmers, end terrorism, more subways and infrastructure, and being present when his soldiers need his support.
In her full post on Facebook, Chu said,
"Thank you, Supreme Leader.
Thank you for authoring the bill, Bam Aquino!
Ngayon may masasabi pa ba ang mga kontrabida eh si Bam ang nag author ng law?
Drug lords falling, free education, subways and other infrastructure to be built, free hospitalization in PGH, terrorism nearly stamped out, farmers are getting the help they need via the DAF, the DSWD is a well oiled machine, the 911 service, the stocks are through the roof, the DOTR is headed by somebody like Tugade, passports and driver's licenses validity extended so less hassle, OFWs provided a one stop shop and free travel tax, etc, Sec. Mariano gave away all those lands to the farmers, Leila de Lima in jail, and a cause close to my heart, the fallen and wounded soldiers are taken care of, their families accorded help.
ALL THAT AND MORE IN JUST ONE YEAR. DUTERTE HAS DONE MORE FOR THIS COUNTRY THAN ALL PAST PRESIDENTS AFTER MARCOS COMBINED.
I will continue fighting for this President with all my mind, heart, body, and soul. And not just in words but in action. I will devote my time and effort to help him bring change to this country. Let's all show our love and gratitude by being proactive members of this country instead of being whiny little bitches."
Source: Krizette Laureta Chu | Facebook