Netizens react towards photo of gas prices in the Philippines back in 2016

Netizens react towards photo of gas prices in the Philippines back in 2016

- Gas price range from P58 to P61 pesos per liter and P49 to P51 for diesel

- For this reason, many Filipinos are complaining about the price hike

- A netizen uploaded a photo on Facebook to show the low price of oil just over two years ago

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Many Filipinos nowadays are complaining about the rising fuel prices in the country.

KAMI learned that a new viral photo might make the complaining even worse.

The viral photo, shared on Facebook by a netizen named Raymond Alejandrino, shows the fuel prices of Shell a couple of years ago.

According to Raymond, the photo was taken in February 2016.

Here is the photo uploaded by the netizen. This might make you nostalgic for the "old days":

Here are some of the reactions from netizens who saw the photo:

“Hindi mo na mababalik Ang nkaraan boss.”

“Kaloka.. ngayon 50 na diesel.”

“Sure kayo 2016 lang to? Baka mas mababa pang year.”

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According to GMA-7 News, the major oil companies were able to cut back gas prices by P1.85 per liter and diesel prices by P0.90 per liter.

The price rollback started to be implemented at 6:00 A.M. today, October 22, 2018.

Prices of gas range from P58 to P61 pesos per liter and P49 to P51 for diesel, according to the Department of Energy.

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Source: Kami.com.ph

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