Quezon City Mayor Herbert Bautista and two city councilors were given "Epal Award" by the "Anti-Epal" group, who calls to public not to vote politicians who scatter their billboard and tarpaulins to boast their projects.
Led by Juana Change, who served as "Congresswoman Epal," the team drove to Kamuning area and Sacred Heart, in front of churches, markets, and schools and found out government official's posters.
In Roces Avenue, Councilor Vincent Belmonte was awarded with "Number 1 Epal Award" because of his names and billboards scattered in posts and waiting sheds.
On the second spot was Councilor Jessica Castelo-Daza while Mayor Bautista placed third.
The group also went to Visayas Avenue and Tandang Sora.
Accoring to Carlos Celdran, also a member of the "Anti-Epal" group, "epals" are prohibited because the money spent for the materials used for tarpaulins came from the public.
[Photo: Anti-Epal Quezon City, Facebook]