MANILA -- The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has collected around 47 truckloads of garbage left by devotees during the "Traslacion" of the Black Nazarene last January 9, an official said on Friday.
The Traslacion or the procession of the Black Nazarene from Quirino Grandstand in Luneta to Quiapo Church along Quezon Boulevard in Manila ended earlier as compared to its recorded time of arrival last year.
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An environmental group lamented the truckloads of garbage left behind by participants of this year’s Traslacion.
People who will attend the Black Nazarene procession should be sober.
If you are planning to join the 2018 Traslacion, don’t you dare try to carry weapons or other dangerous items.
The United Kingdom over the weekend advised its nationals to take precautions in parts of the country including Manila on Tuesday, when millions of Filipino devotees take part in the Procession of the Black Nazarene.