I knew there was something fishy about those banners …
In other news, Bayani Fernando’s minions strike again, at the Philcoa Wet and Dry Market along Commonwealth Avenue, Quezon City, on Wednesday March 05 2008.
“We’re humans, not animals. Why are they treating us this way?” lamented stall owner Heidi Mañoza, adding that they asked (Bobby Esquivel, head of the MMDA Road Clearing Operations Group) to give them at least three days to build makeshift stalls.
She said they should not be evicted as they were renting the place from UP and they paid for business permits and local taxes.
Mañoza said the demolition affected at least 200 vendors and stall owners.
Mañoza said the MMDA did not have any court order for the demolition.