Spot the fake photo! Laguna Gov. Ramil Hernandez says Pres. Duterte really did raise his hand
Laguna Gov. Ramil Hernandez recently visited Malacanang and met with President Duterte, who raised his hand.
But some parties want to discredit the photo, and Hernandez is fighting this disinformation.
In a Facebook post, Hernandez narrated the circumstances that led to the picture being taken. He visited the palace on Ferbruary 7, and Malacanang staff could attest to his presence there, he said.
All photos were taken by official lensmen and were vetted by Malacanang’s protocol officers before these were released. These were not edited, he added.
Moreover, the award he received for the province’s anti drug program came from the Department of Interior and Local Government and could be verified there.
Compared to photos of the former governor, which are the bogus photos?
“May nagpapakalat po na peke raw ang mga litrato ko kasama si Pangulong Rodrigo Duterte.
Ang totoo po nito ay kinunan ang mga litratong yon kasama si Pangulong Duterte noong alas kuwatro ng hapon, January 7, 2019 sa loob mismo ng Rizal Hall sa Malacañang.
Maaari po siyasatin ninuman sa Presidential Management Staff ang mga bagay na ito. Doon din po itinaas ng pangulo ang aking kamay. Lahat ng larawan ay opisyal na kinunan ng photographers ng Malacañang at dumaan sa protocol bago ibinigay sa amin. Kaya wala kaming binago o inedit sa naturang pictures maliban sa mga captions lamang.
Pumasok po si Gov Ramil sa Gate 4 ng Malacañang ng 2:30 ng hapon at maaari nyo po itong alamin sa Presidential Security Group. Ang plake naman po ko ay award naman na ating natanggap bilang sa matagumpay nating pagsuporta sa program ng pangulo sa pagsugpo sa bawal na droga. Maaaring mapatunayan ang mga bagay na ito ng Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG). Ngayon, kanino kaya ang peke?,” Hernandez posted.
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