- Former Commissioner Rowena Guanzon took to Twitter and expressed her sentiment over the new prohibition of the Cebu police concerning rallies
- As per her tweet, the Cebu police will be prohibiting those below four feet to enter the rally grounds in Cebu
- She said that such move was discriminatory in nature
- At the end of her tweet, she asked who was in control of Cebu, the Mayor or the police
PAY ATTENTION: Click "See First" under the "Following" tab to see KAMI news on your News Feed
Former Commissioner Rowena Guanzon took to Twitter and called the recent pronouncement of the police in Cebu as discriminatory.
This pertains to the prohibition imposed on those people who are 4 feet tall and below.
They will not be allowed by the police to enter the rally grounds in Cebu.
The former commissioner asked who was in control of Cebu, whether it was the Mayor or the police?
PAY ATTENTION: Enjoyed reading our story? Download KAMI's news app on Google Play now and stay up-to-date with major Filipino news!
"What?! Cebu police will prohibit those below 4 ft to enter the rally grounds in Cebu tomorrow. Discriminatory ! Who is in control of Cebu, the Mayor of the police?"
She has been actively campaigning for VP Leni Robredo to win and she is also the party list representative of PWD.
Maria Rowena Amelia Villena Guanzon, more popularly known as Atty. Rowena Guanzon, is a former COMELEC Commissioner and Mayor of a city in Negros Occidental. She is a lawyer by profession, who went on to get elected as Mayor of Cadiz City and was eventually appointed at the Philippine Commission on elections.
COMELEC Commissioner Rowena Guanzon fell victim to fake food orders on her last day of office at the constitutional entity. More than five thousand pesos worth of food was delivered to her office today by six to seven riders who said they received the order with her name on it. The office of the now-retired commissioner denied the booking. Guanzon’s name was recently embroiled in controversy after she released her decision in the disqualification case against former Sen. Bongbong Marcos or BBM, ahead of the ponente, Commissioner Aimee Ferolino.
Former COMELEC Commissioner Atty. Rowena Guanzon appeared at a political rally recently and talked to the people attending it. Earlier, the former commissioner was talking about former Senator Bongbong Marcos, whom she have been hinting as an alleged illegal substance user. She then comically asked people at the rally if they are going to vote for someone’s who’s ugly. The feisty lady lawyer then led the crowd in chanting “never again,” a term which has been associated with the Marcoses and Martial Law.