Bisnis.com, JAKARTA – Comedian expressions Cak Lontong in the campaigns of presidential and vice presidential candidates (presidential candidate and vice presidential candidate) serial number 03 Ganjar Pranowo-Mahfud MD in Banyuwangi, East Java, Thursday (8/2/2024), became the spotlight on social media. It is suspected that there were smugglers supporting other candidate pairs at the event.
At that time, Cak Lontong showed an ‘angry’ expression with a high voice when speaking at a campaign event. This expression allegedly appeared because Cak Lontong saw that there were supporters of other candidate pairs (paslon) who were present at the Ganjar-Mahfud event.
Cak Lontong was seen glaring at several people he pointed to from the stage
“Heh sing hand kiting iku sopo? Iku want to choose the number opo iku? (Heh, whose hand is kiting? What number do you want to choose?),” he said as recorded in a video clip uploaded by user X (formerly Twitter) @tekarok007, Friday (9/2/2024).
The video did not have time to capture the figure pointed out by Cak Lontong. However, he pointed and shouted in several directions from the campaign stage.
“Sopo kon? Kon sopo kon? Wong ndeso (who are you? Ndeso people),” he said.
However, the comedian with the real name Lies Hartono smiled again after pointing several times while glaring at the audience. He and Akbar had said that the people of Banyuwangi were smart because they chose number 03.
Cak Lontong also gave a message to the audience while joking. He advised smart people not to join in with those who are not smart.
“Banyuwangi will ‘contribute an incomparable vote’!,” he said.
The X account that uploaded the video also commented on Cak Lontong’s attitude in the video fragment. He criticized the comedian for calling Banyuwangi people ‘ndeso’.
At the same time, several figures participated in the campaign for Ganjar-Mahfud in Banyuwangi that day. PDI Perjuangan (PDIP) General Chair Megawati Soekarnoputri, PDIP DPP Chair Puan Maharani, Perindo General Chair Hary Tanoesoedibjo also took to the field.
Puan Maharani briefly touched on the issue of providing social assistance (bansos) from the government.
During her speech, Puan asked the Banyuwangi People’s Celebration participants if they would receive the social assistance provided. The chairman of the DPR advised that social assistance could be accepted without the requirement to select certain candidates for participating in the General Election (Pemilu).
“If someone gives social assistance, is it accepted or not? If someone gives social assistance, is it accepted or not? But what number do you choose? Because social assistance is the right of all the people, the money comes from the people, and is for the people. So it cannot be claimed as belonging to one candidate, but belongs to all Indonesian people. Agree?,” he said, quoted from YouTube PDI Perjuangan, Thursday (8/2/2024).
The son of the 5th President and PDIP General Chair Megawati Soekarnoputri advised the public to choose candidate pair number 03 Ganjar-Mahfud on the voting date on February 14 2024.
The lady then ordered that no one should be afraid of being intimidated to choose a certain candidate.
“Everyone, if you are intimidated, don’t choose number 03, what number do you choose? Still number 03! Don’t be afraid. Don’t be afraid. Don’t be confused, we are not alone. We are together with the people,” he advised.
The 2024 elections will be held simultaneously on February 14 2024 for presidential and vice presidential candidates, as well as candidates for central (DPR-DPRD) and regional (DPRD) legislative members.
Previously, the General Election Commission (KPU) scheduled the three candidate pairs for the 2024 Presidential Election (Pilpres) to hold a grand campaign on February 10 2024.
Candidate Candidate 01 Anies Baswedan-Muhaimin Iskandar will have a big campaign at the Jakrta International Stadium (JIS); candidate pair 02 Prabowo Subianto-Gibran Rakabuming at Gelora Bung Karno (GBK); and candidate pair number 03 Ganjar Pranowo-Mahfud MD in Central Java.
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