- A video which shows President Rodrigo Duterte's good leadership went viral on social media
- The video shows a testimony of a soldier and a compilation of President Duterte's speeches
- Netizens were emotional as they watch the touching video compilation of the president
President Rodrigo Duterte and the media have always had an "on the rocks" relationship with each other. Faced with several criticisms from the people and the media in line with his drug war and the extrajudicial killings, President Duterte has been very vocal about him, not being pleased with the media in the country.
Faced with several criticisms from the people in line with his drug war and the extrajudicial killings, the media have been reporting negative things about the president.
President Duterte has been very vocal about him, not being pleased with the media in the country. His supporters have always been there for him, proving those who go against him wrong.
A video posted on a Facebook page shows what the media do not tell the public about President Duterte. Included in the video was a compilation of the president's speeches and a testimony of a soldier who commended the president's leadership in the country.
Netizens, especially the president's supporters, were emotional as they watch the video. One Facebook user commented: “Bukod tangi at ng-iisang pangulo Na makikitaan Mo ng sincerity sa bawat salitang binibitiwan nya, ramdam ng Tao ang pgmmhal at suporta bilang isang ama sa kanyang mga anak... Ng-iisa ka President Rodrigo Roa Duterte... Mabuhay ka! Maraming Salamat at Minsan sa history ng Pilipinas ay may ng-iisa at bukod tanging Presidenteng ktulad Mo."
Another user who claimed that he did not vote for the president admired his leadership. He wrote: “Hindi Ko binoto si Pres. Duterte pero hangang hanga ako Sa kanya. Dahil kay Pres. Duterte nagbabalik ulit Ang tiwala ng mga Tao Sa mga sundalo at pulis. Dahil kay Pres. Duterte, muling nabuhayan at nagkaroon ng Pag Asa Ang sambayanang Pilipino. Sana FOREVER NG PANGULO NG PILIPINAS SI PRES. DUTERTE.”
The video has been viewed more than 600,000 times with more than 28,000 shares.