President Rodrigo Duterte on Tuesday, February 7 met his social media staunch supporters and bloggers led by Dr. Lorraine Badoy, Sass Sasot, and Rey Joseph Nieto of Thinking Pinoy, at the Music Room in Malacañang Palace.
During the meeting, according to Palace statement, Sasot raised the issues concerning overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) and professionals who are burdened with the Professional Regulation Commission’s (PRC) Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Program.
Meanwhile, Thinking Pinoy’s Nieto suggested to have a special documenting team who could follow him and record his daily activities, and compile it artistically so that it would serve as a guide for the future Filipinos to exemplify on what a true leader should be, especially in choosing the next future leaders of the country. President Duterte said he would think about it.
The President also approved the request of Thinking Pinoy to join the Malacañang Press Corps (MPC). Nieto said the President had given his go signal and had already relayed the request to Presidential Spokesperson Ernesto Abella
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