There is a good news for all Duterte supporters who cannot attend to the inauguration of President-Elect Rody Duterte in Malacanang.
According to the Incoming Communications Secretary Martin Andanar said he will be meeting officials of the social networking giant soon to discuss how Duterte’s oath-taking ceremony could be broadcast to a wider audience.
“I’m meeting with the guys from Facebook. They’re flying over and they’re offering, they’re proposing to stream the entire event, the entire inaugural,” he said to the broadcast journalist Karen Davila over ANC on Friday (June 17).
Supporters of Rody Duterte cannot be watch the oath-taking of the President Elect in personal because of the limited space of the Rizal Hall in Malacanang who can only accommodate 500 peopl, but the Incoming Communication Secretary is trying his best to make a other ways to give the best experience to his fans who cannot attend the inauguration.
Millions of Filipino Facebook users are expected to watch the Presidential Oath-Taking on June 30.
Thousands of Rody Duterte supporters are also planning to held a party in Luneta to celebrate the victory of the Punisher.