- Agot Isidro took to Twitter to again hit at President Duterte’s statement as to when will the country have a sufficient supply of vaccine
- The actress took a swipe at what she believed to be an ineptness on the part of the President by asking how did he get to become mayor
- Agot has been at odds with the government for a long time, tweeting her opinion on government action or inaction
- The actress is among the celebrities who have always been at loggerheads with the current administration
Agot Isidro, in her latest post slammed what she believed to be ineptness on the part of President Duterte when he said he does not know when will the country have a sufficient supply of vaccine.
The actress retweeted a post of CNN Philippines, which quoted the statement of the President, asking how did he get to become mayor.
“Paano naging mayor ito?” Agot tweeted. She also included a facepalm emoji, suggesting what was said or done is the opposite of smart.
CNN’s quote is part of the recent pre-recorded address of President Duterte to the nation.
This was the particular address where the President also said that the government was not remiss in dealing with the pandemic.
“Hindi tayo nagkulang. Right after the WHO advisory...basta within 48 hours, we already had the task force,” the President in a pre-recorded address said.
He also said that it is okay for him if there are people who do not want to get vaccinated. “Edi okay na lang ‘yan sa akin. Ang problema, kung makahawa ka,” President Duterte said.
Agot lost no time in retweeting the post of CNN, lambasting the President for what he said about not knowing when the Philippines would have enough vaccines to inoculate everyone.
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Maria Margarita Amada Fteha Isidro, better known as Agot Isidro, is a Filipina actress and singer. She was born on July 20, 1966 and is the fourth of the six children of Jose Isidro, an architect, and Palestinian mother Edwarta Fteha. She graduated from the University of the Philippines Diliman with a bachelor's degree in interior design. Isidro also pursued Fashion Buying and Merchandising at Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City, where she graduated with academic honors. She also has a master's degree in communication from the Ateneo de Manila University. Isidro started as a back-up singer together with her sisters Olive Cruz and Tina Isorena in The Sharon Cuneta Show. She was urged by Johnny Manahan or Mr. M to fill in for then pregnant Melissa de Leon in the noon time show 'Sang Linggo nAPO Sila.
About a month ago, Agot also vented her exasperation on social media against Smart Communications. She asked Smart whether endorsers indeed add the number of subscribers. Smart Communications has hired American actor Chris Evans to endorse its campaign. The giant telecommunications firm has also signed deals with other big names in the entertainment industry in the past.
The actress also took to Twitter to express her disappointment over GMA's airing of the show “Do30” and “OnReport.” Although she did not elaborate on why she was disappointed, as it turned out the show, according to the official website of Davao City was a program initiated by Mayor Sara Duterte. GMA said that it will start airing Byaheng Do30 starting in February. In three words, the singer-actress was able to say and express what she truly felt.
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