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‘Fafda’: PH gov’t’s ‘covfefe’?

By: - Social Media Specialist / @DPauromINQ
02:02 PM August 18, 2017

A Philippine version of “covfefe?”

Netizens poked fun at a cryptic tweet sent by the official twitter account of the Office of the President of the Philippines on August 18, 2017.



The tweet, which simply read “fafda,” was tweeted on 1:07 p.m., and was repeatedly shared by confounded netizens.

The gaffe drew similar comparisons to a tweet made by US President Donald Trump earlier this year, which baffled people across the world in their attempt to decipher the meaning of Trump’s use of the word “covfefe.”

READ: ‘Covfefe’: Trump’s tweets entertain and confound

The tweet was taken down seven minutes later at 1:14 p.m. IDL

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