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Bureau of Customs Backtracks on Mocha Appointment, Releases Statement

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Earlier this morning Inquirer reporter Dax Lucas broke the news on Twitter that Mocha Uson was being considered as social media consultant for the Bureau of Customs. A few hours after his tweet, ABS-CBN confirmed the news in an article with no less than BOC Commissioner Faledon saying that they were going to tap Uson as their Social Media Consultant.

An hour later, they released a statement saying that they will no longer be appointing her but they will let her write about the BOC on her blog.

Uh… okay.

#TimeToMoveOn

Carlo Ople

Carlo is the Editor-in-Chief and Founder of Unbox.ph. During daytime he’s the Managing Director and Partner of a Digital Marketing Agency in the Philippines and by nighttime he’s living out his passion as a gadget enthusiast and story teller through Unbox.

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10 Comments

  1. I just wonder Mr. Ople: do you consider her not capable enough and, in your own words, as a “digital marketing professional for over 14 years”, you consider yourself more qualified (perhaps by way of comparison)? Please do not take this personally. Thank you.

      1. “At a loss for words” is a nice way of saying you are belittling somebody and that you are dumbfounded so you are raising questions (about the decision). Also. why did he mention about his credentials of having been a “digital marketing professional for over 14 years”?

        1. From what reliable source states that “at a loss for words” is a nice way of saying you are belittling somebody?

      2. So what do you gather from his statement “As a digital marketing professional for over 14 years I’m just at a loss for words.”? Surely, you don’t think he is ecstatic about it?

  2. “digital marketing professional for over 14 years” and she’s got more reach than you? hmmn…. hmmmmn….. uhmmmmm… ????

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