- The Palace has commented over the alleged error of a hair product
- A netizen shared a photo of a certain hair product which claimed that Manila is a province of China
- Due to this error, a lawmaker wanted to investigate this incident and to ban the manufacturer in the country
- However, the Palace just brushed off the issue and called it nonsense
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The Palace has spoken regarding the issue that a hair product stated that the capital city of the Philippines is a province of China.
KAMI learned that the Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque brushed off the issue.
In a Facebook post by ABS-CBN News, PBA Party-list Rep. Jericho Nograles said that the error of the manufacturer is an “insult.”
“It is hard to dismiss this insult as a simple error,” Nograles said.
According to the lawmaker, the mistake should be investigated and that the country should ban the said Chinese manufacturer.
According to Roque, the issue is nonsense and should not be given attention.
“Kalokohan po 'yan, dapat hindi pinapansin 'yan. Walang naniniwala na tayo ay probinsya ng China,” he said.
However, it will be up to the Food and Drug Administration if the Chinese product should be banned in the Philippines.
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Earlier, a netizen shared on social media that a certain hair product stated that Manila is a province of China.
However, the manufacturer of the product shared a photo of their hair product after receiving backlash from many netizens.
In 2018, President Rodrigo Duterte joked that China can make the Philippines its province and he called it as: “Province of Philippines, Republic of China.”
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