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Enchong Dee lambast poorly planned infrastructure and traditional politicians

For Enchong Dee, a country is condemned to destruction.

When its leaders are entertaining the nation instead of doing what’s suppose.

“When our entertainers lead the nation and the leaders of our nation entertain… we are doomed,” Dee wrote in a post he shared via Twitter.

Enchong also made a promise that he will continue the fight for his home network, ABS-CBN, after it was denied its franchise renewal by Congress.


Dee reiterated his burning desire to continue the fight he has started doing when he was a teenager.

“I’ve been fighting for my country since I was 13,” he mused. “Hindi madali at walang kasiguraduhan pero masarap sa puso.”

Having said that, the actor further vowed that he will continue fighting without surrender, while urging fellow artists to also speak up.

And as he continue to fight for what he think is right, Enchong took to social media.


Again to lambast the government.

He condemned the stealing, poorly planned infrastructure and traditional politicians.

“Ang daming mali at pagkukulang, paulit ulit na lang tayo,” he quipped.

“Sige ngayon tutulong tayo..pero naman.. isipin niyo naman ang kalagayan ng kinabukasan nating lahat,” he added.

“Tama na ang nakawan!! Tama na ang hindi pinagisipang infrastructure projects, Tama na yung paulit ulit na TRAPO sobra na!!”

His captions is alongside a photo of a church.

It then elicit mixed reactions from netizens.

Here are some of the comments:

“Bat ung nakaraang admin ndi ka pumuputak?”

“Enchong move on…Wala na abs cbn kaysa gumala ka at maghanap Ng isisi sa gobyerno…mahiya ka sa ibang artists na tumulong ikaw puro parinig walang ambag Kay’s manahimik ka”

“Enchong is so full of hatred sa government na to”

What can you say about this?


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