Netizens call out wrongly spelled ‘commitment’ on DOT tarpaulin

Some Twitter users called out the government officials behind the tarpaulin bearing the Department of Tourism logo with a mistakenly spelled “commitment.” The word was instead written with an extra “t,” spelling it as “committment.”
Twitter user @Simply_Clinton tweeted, “Josko… salat ba talaga sa spelling ang lahat ng govt employees o opisyan ni Digong? #commiTTment.”

He further called out DOT and urged the department to check the Webster dictionary and mocked them by intentionally writing the misspelled version of their department’s name.

Other Twitter users joked about the misspelling and slammed the department for the mistake.

Some urged DOT to at least run what they write through spellcheck.

Earlier, the posters for the ASEAN caught the public’s attention for the misspelled name of the country – “Philppines.”

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