‘Don’t let us down’
Dear Mocha Uson,
We, the youth, believe that you have the duty to use your government position as a platform to be a good example to Filipino citizens.
As assistant secretary of the Presidential Communications Operations Office, you have the ability to influence society through your words and actions.
Politicians in different countries can see your every move. They will see how you conduct yourself and they may perceive this as the way the majority of Filipino citizens act.
We recommend you to have an adviser to help you serve the country better. You are given the opportunity to change the future and even if a lot of people disagree with the way you do things, we have hope in you.
Even when you make mistakes like posting fake news and spreading false information, we know that you are better than that. But we cannot deny that your mistakes bear greater weight than anyone else’s.
We notice that you mostly post about bringing others down and badmouthing people or other politicians.
Since we are all hoping for a change in the country, it is important that you focus on the positive events happening in the Philippines and not always the negative.
Ms Uson, no matter what happens, you are now not only the PCOO assistant secretary but the voice of the nation. Please don’t
let us down.
KYLA BALBOA, PHOEBE BELLO, TISH DE LA FUENTE, BIANCA DELA CRUZ, and TRISHA PLAGA
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