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Concerned Netizen Expresses Dismay to Angkas Riders Made After Rally

Concerned netizen expresses dismay to Angkas riders what they left after they made a rally to protest the loss of livelihood of 17,000 riders.

In our previous reports, the biggest motorcycle hailing firm in the Philippines made a rally with at least 20,000 riders in protest of LTFRB’s decision to limit the number of riders of Angkas to 10,000.

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The motorcycle-hailing firm has about 27,000 riders under its employ. With the new policy of the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board’s (LTFRB), more than half of its riders could be laid-off.

Meanwhile, after the rally they made, what they left caught the attention of many netizens who pass by to the road or their venue of the rally. Concerned netizens slams Angkas Riders who left rubbish on the street.

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Recently, a concerned netizen named Dan Mañibo expresses his dismay to Angkas riders to make a rally to protest their loss of jobs but leave their venue untidy and rubbish scattered around the street.

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According to the post of Dan, he has been to the White Plains lately and he saw plenty of plastic bottles and a few dishes left on the street. He said he supported Angkas a hundred percent but to see this is frustrating.

His Facebook post has gone viral and earned various reactions from they have seen on photos shared. Netizens express also their reactions towards Angkas riders the same as the netizen who shared it.

Here are some of their reactions on the post:

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