Senator Win Gatchalian’s Christmas greeting draws ire

Senator Win Gatchalian’s Christmas greetings sent through a text message didn’t sit well for one recipient.

The receiver of the text took to Facebook to vent his ire.

“Senator Win Gatchalian Thank you for the greeting but please stop #Spamming everyone. I’ve gotten 3 in last week alone. You should have spent your SMS campaign budget in feeding the homeless kids instead.”

See the senator’s text spam below.
win-gatchalian-christmas

One friend of the receiver also commented, saying he “received this same text message but from a different cellphone number”.

How about you, have you received this same text message from Gatchalian?

Anong masasabi mo? 🙂

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