GMA 7 Consultants slams admins of Robredo’s FB page after ignoring his appeal for relief goods for typhoon Nina Victims


GMA 7 Creative Consultant Joseph Israel Laban’s slams admins of Leni Robredo’s Facebook page after ignoring his appeal for relief goods for typhoon Nina victims.



“This is what happens when you appeal directly to the VP for help to your province which just happens to be outside Bicol: You get ignored by the admins of the site, you get a lecture about how LGUs work (never mind that Marinduquenos are starving now), you get shooed away and asked to bother the Duterte government instead (which we are also doing) and finally you get dismissed as a troll.”

Read the exchange comments between Laban and a couple of Robredo sympathizers in the Facebook thread.


Continuation of their exchange of words.




According to Laban, there is no comprehensive data yet of the extent of the damage to Marinduque.

“Hay. Meanwhile, wala pa ring comprehensive data about damage to Marinduque kung saan nakadepende ang volume at klase ng aid na ipapadala ng national government sa probinsiya.”

“Wala pa ring tulong na dumarating sa karamihan ng kababayan ko. Giba pa rin ang schools. Wala pa ring kuryente.”

“Dedma pa rin ang lahat ng kalagayan ng mga nasa maliliit na isla gaya ng Maniwaya, Mongpong at Polo.”

In the Facebook page of the Office of the Vice President, Mr. Laban expressed his disappointment at frustration against the admins of the page who ignored his please.

“Mawalang galang nap o. Pero kayo po ay Bise Presidente ng buong Pilipinas. Hindi po ng Bicol o ng Naga lamang. Sana naman po ay matulungan din ang mga probinsiyang lubos na nasalanta ng bagyong #NinaPH tulad ng aking probinsiyang marinduque. Ilanga raw nap o akong nagiiwan ditto ng mensahe pero tila nagbubulagbulagan po ang admin ng page na ito sa pangangailangan ng mga kababayan ko.”

Meanwhile, a commenter asked Mr. Laban to clarify if the admins of the page who lecture him how LGU’s work, shooed him ayaw, and dismissed him as a troll are VP Leni’s staff.

Mr. Laban replied: “hay. I didn’t say they were. The page admins ignored me altogether initially. Until I posted this.”

Mr. Laban also contacted the Facebook page Sec. Judy Taguiwalo of the DSWD and got an assurance to act on his concern.



Three hours after Mr. Laban posted his coplaints, Vice President Leni took to twitter, urging the public to donate for the typhoon victims in Marinduque.




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