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Bong Suntay denies allegation that Dominic Roque was given a gasoline station

former congressman and Clean Fuel President Bong Suntay denied that he or the company provided actor Dominic Roque his own Clean Fuel gasoline station as alleged by some news.

In his interview with Jay Ruiz, Suntay said the allegations are false and has no basis whatsoever.

“Kung talagang magre-research lang, makikita nila, as early as five years ago, talagang brand ambassador na si Dominic. Ang nakakagulat nga, yung pinost pa nilang picture, yung contract signing namin ni Dom,” said Suntay.

“Walang katotohanan na binigyan siya ng gasolinahan,” Suntay added.

“Noong una, natatawa ako eh. Nakakakuha ng libreng advertisement ang Cleanfuel. At dumami ang followers ko. Nakita ko rin ang followers ni Mayor Bullet, pasikat na rin siya ngayon. Siguro, pagkatapos ng contract ni Dom, si Bullet naman ang kukunin kong endorser,” he said.

The company CleanFuel also released an official statement denying the false accusations:

“CleanFuel strongly condemns the false accusations that involve its brand ambassador, Dominic Roque. We are categorically denying the allegation that Mr. Roque was given a Cleanfuel gasoline station.

Being a company-owned entity, Cleanfuel does not provide nor extend franchise to anyone as claimed by some.

In his capacity as brand ambassador, Mr. Roque has worked and represented the brand professionaly for the past six years. His contribution has been vital to reflect the company’s image and brand success.”

(Photo source: Instagram – @bongsuntay / @dominicroque)

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