Councilor's fail tarpaulin tag line "BOOK GIVING PROJECT: 'Edukasyon Susi ng Kahirapan' draws attention in social media

Councilor's fail tarpaulin tag line "BOOK GIVING PROJECT: 'Edukasyon Susi ng Kahirapan' draws attention in social media

- A tarpaulin of a Quezon City councilor gained attention from netizens

- The tarpaulin about a book giving project says: "BOOK GIVING PROJECT: 'Edukasyon Susi ng Kahirapan'"

-Netizens flooded the post of Facebook page ANG BAYAN KO upon noticing the error

Netizens can't help but notice how a tarpaulin of a councilor in Quezon City for a book giving project has an epic fail slogan.

Facebook page ANG BAYAN KO shared a photo of the tarpaulin which says:

"BOOK GIVING PROJECT: 'Edukasyon Susi ng Kahirapan'"

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Netizens notice error in this tarpaulin (Photo credit: ANG BAYAN KO)

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The Facebook page wrote in the caption:

"LOOK: Ang edukasyon raw ang susi o daan para sa kahirapan? Tama ba ang pagkakaintindi ko Kabayan? Hahaha"

Netizens started to notice the error and flooded the post with comments.

One user wrote:

"bakit pa natin tinapos ang pag aaral. Sabi na maling mali mag aral eh"

Another netizen suggested:

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"Mas maganda kung ang message niya ay "Edukasyon Susi Sa Magandang Bukas" tutal yun naman ang gusto niya sanang ipaabot sa message niya kaya lang mali ang pagkakagamit ng Susi kaya tama din na imbes na Susi dapat Solusyon ang ginamit niya. Yan tuloy na bash siya ng bonggang bongga!"

One Facebook user reacted:

"Mas malaki pa iyong pangalan niya kaysa sa misguided na project title na ito."

The post already gained thousands of shares on Facebook.

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