To grasp the injustice of coco levy – Anakpawis lawmaker dares Pangilinan to live with coconut farmers for 2 days and 1 night

To grasp the injustice of coco levy
Anakpawis lawmaker dares Pangilinan to live with coconut farmers for 2 days and 1 night

MANILA, Philippines – Frustrated of Liberal Party Senator Francis “Kiko” Pangilinan’s persistent blocking of distribution of the multi-billion peso coconut levy fund, the poorest congressman from Anakpawis Party-list challenged him to live with and experience the hardships of coconut farmers for two days and one night.

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