Diego Franco, a 62 year old DSWD volunteer responded to Vice President Leni Robredo's laments of the slow relief and recovery efforts of DSWD during the typhoon Nina.
The post of Mr. Franco that was addressed to Robredo gained positive reactions from netizens due to the veracity of the message stipulated therein.
Read his full message below:
Sorry po sa Vice President sa nasabi ninyong SLOW RELIEF ASSISTANCE sa mga nasalanta ng bagyo sa inyong lugar. Kami na pong mga hindi bayarang Workers-For-Change ang inyong sisihin at huwag na ang gobierno. Pag iibayuhin pa po naming higit ang aming pagkilos.
I am the problem, Madam Vice President, for the "slow delivery of relief assistance" to the typhoon victims as you claim. I am 62 years old and still doing my best serving the people for free. Rather than go to Tanzania in South Africa as Volunteer, I decided to stay for my own people and be part in the dynamics of CHANGE now sweeping the Philippines. And I am not retiring as a Volunteer. Leaders lead, builders build but volunteers work for free to make things happen and thus MAKE A DIFFERENCE. This will be me in 2017.
Yes Mam Vice President. Our mountain out of a small hill. Eight hours of work for free and we volunteers for Change are happy. We are silently working. Not yapping. Pasyal naman kayo kasi sa DSWD NROC pag may time. Bago kayo magpa press conference.
Source: Diego Franco