WATCH: 12 Months of Aquino VS 5 Months of Duterte's War on Drugs

Prominent netizen and considered as one of the popular defenders of Pres. Rody Duterte on social media, Sass Rogando Sasot released a very interesting video comparing the achievement of the former President Noynoy Aquino on his war on drugs during the year 2015 and Pres. Rody Duterte's war on drugs just 5 months after he was elected as President.

The social media personality based in the Netherlands, Sass Sasot revealed that during the administration of Pres. Aquino, he considered the year 2015 as his best year on his war on drugs while Pres. Duterte served for the past five months showing some huge numbers already.

Pres. Noynoy Aquino claimed that during his term in 2015 he was able to conduct a total of 25,0541 which is way behind Pres. Rody Duterte's 38,913 number of anti-drugs operations in just a short span of 5 months as President.

Watch the Video Comparison of Pres. Aquino vs. Pres. Duterte (War on Drugs):

Pres. Duterte really dominated the numbers game against former Pres. Aquino, in terms of the number of personalities arrested a total of 40,932 were under Pres. Duterte's 5 months of service while it took one year for Pres. Aquino to record a total of 19,432 arrests.

The most important numbers of all is the number of drug addicts and pushers who voluntarily surrendered which now reached up to 908, 244 while there is no record for Pres. Aquino's tally of the number of surrenderees.

Source: Sass Rogando Sasot FB Page

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