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Netizens can’t stop talking about these light-up fans that feature the names of politicians

Whether it’s a pair of rubber shoes or a set of school supplies, many politicians in the Philippines choose to give citizens items that have their name or logo on them. Oftentimes, these products are tote bags, shirts, and umbrellas. But last year, a number of government officials released brand-new sneakers for their respective municipalities. And among this selection of city-themed rubber shoes was the Air Binay sneakers – which received a lot of critique from netizens.  

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However, this year, Makatizens are enjoying a new item from their local government officials – a handheld, light-up fan that showcases the names of some politicians.

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Rome Cedric Sison 发布于 2019年2月15日周五

Since the video has been uploaded, it has garnered over 3,000 reactions and around 5,000 shares among Facebook users. Many of which couldn’t help but laugh at how lucky residents of Makati are for receiving items like this. 

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Though, there were some who commented at how this seemed like a marketing ploy for the upcoming elections.

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Tell us in the comment section below, what do you think about these light-up fans?



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