Pres. Rody Duterte recently announced that he will be hosting a 1-hour long morning TV show to respond on people's complaints about the government services.

"Now there is a MalacaƱang TV, PTV4, so may program ako dyan, I'll give about, every morning, one hour," he said at the Banana Congress in Davao City. 

"Lahat ng Filipino na nakatikim ng whether it's in the permit sa office of the mayor, or an electrical clearance or way of right already paid but unimplemented, i-text mo na lang. Your name, the government official, do not add your name," he added.

Mounting a TV program is a move familiar to the President as he had one already in his past term in Davao with a service-oriented theme similar to this attempt.

It was in June when the idea was raised by Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO) chief Martin Andanar.

With this stint, Duterte warns government officials to actually do the jobs their called for or else they would be dismissed.

"Ang sabi ko sa mga taga gobyerno eh, and I will see to it, you are dismissed. I do not give a sh-- if you are a director, or a general," he said.

He also emphasized on the government agencies compliance to releasing and processing public documents to people in a speedy time.


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