BUGALLON — “Lubak-lubak, madilim, mabato, maputik,” this was how Lalyn Anchera Pajarito, resident of Salomague Sur described her barangay road on her Facebook post at 10:29 PM of August 8.
She wrote that for more than 25 years, the situation never changed. Although there are few streetlights, it’s still dark in the area, and despite the land-filling, there are no cemented roads that are actually constructed. She even said students and teachers bring extra clothes and slippers just to make sure that they arrive clean in school.
“Kumusta ang mga bata at teachers na araw-araw pumapasok sa eskwelahan? Anong silbi ng mga puting unipormeng suot kung mapuputikan din naman…”
Many commented on it, sharing their sentiments on the issue until it caught 2nd District Congressman Jumel Anthony I. Espino’s attention.
“Maam. Magandang umaga po. Nakarating po saken ung problema nyo dyan sa inyong barangay. Pupunta po ngayong araw dyan ung mga tao ko para gawan po ng paraan pansamantala ang inyong problema. After po nun asahan po ninyo papagawa po namin ung daan dyan po sa lugar nyo. Salamat po and God bless,” the congressman commented.
The congressman’s response to the issue made netizens like Robert Reyes reply- “Jumel Espino idol congressman talaga! Ang next action man!”
“Kumon,” added Metiam De Leon Rolando.
Pajarito postedher reaction, “Ito ang tinatawag na Aksyon Agad. Salamat po ng marami Congressman! Aasahan po namin ang tulong mula sa inyo. God bless po. Ito ang lodi!
#tatakCong.Jumel Espino” (Melody Valenton)
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