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U.P. Diliman Campus To Be Converted To The World’s Biggest Mall!

QUEZON CITY, Philippines (The Adobo Chronicles, Quezon City Bureau) – Move over, Mall of America. Here comes the Great Mall of the Philippines, bigger, better, more modern and more environment- friendly!

Hours after the U.P. Office of Student Regent urged Iskolar ng Bayan (government-paid scholars) to walk out of their classes because of the impending landslide presidential victory of Bongbong Marcos, the president-elect’s transition team immediately submitted a unique proposal: to convert the U.P. Diliman campus into the biggest mall in the world. It will be called The Great Mall of the Philippines.

The transition team made the recommendation, saying that empty classrooms and buildings at the country’s national university would be an unnecessary waste of space, resources and funds.

”Converting the entire campus into a mall would generate billions of pesos to help boost the Philippine economy, not to mention the huge government savings from the withdrawal of funds for free tuition afforded to U.P. students.

The transition team has sent out requests for proposals for the design to convert the sprawling campus to a one-of-a-kind shopping complex with lots of parking, lots of trees, and lots of customer patriotic spirit.

What a win-win project that the BBM administration is off to a great start with!

(Darwin Cañete contributed to this report.)

The Latest From the Leni-Kiko Camp

QUEZON CITY, Philippines (The Adobo Chronicles, Quezon City Bureau) – It’s just four days before the May 9 Philippine elections and the candidates are in high campaign gear for the remainder of the campaign period.

Here’s the latest from the Leni Robredo-Kiko Pangilinan camp:

-As if conceding the race to Bongbong Marcos and Sara Duterte, campaign manager Bambam Aquino urged their supporters to stand firmly behind the unity message of the UniTeam. A graceful exit, so to speak.

-Bam Aquino urged ex-Comelec Commissioner Rowena Guanzon to desist from campaigning for Robredo, saying that the former’s recent posts and photos on her social media account is destroying the ”disente” image of the campaign and the pinklawan.

-Anticipating a devastating loss in the May 9 elections, the pinklawan camp has already come up again with a design for their new color — black, to represent mourning. Kakampink Angel Locsin was seen modeling the new t-shirt design.

Vote on May 9, and vote wisely!