DAYS after that traffic gridlock in Talisay and Minglanilla, morag gikalimtan na man lang ni sa mga nahitungdan nga opisyales. They are keeping quiet about it thinking that despite the curses the issue will just fade away.
But I think these public officials should answer for the inconvenience that they created. I was having nightmares driving on a street where the rule was that we should fend for ourselves.
I saw many people walking from Tabunok to Minglanilla because they thought nga mas maayo pa man maglakaw. But it was a long walk and must have been tiring. They should be compensated.
My question is, where were the traffic enforcers during that traffic gridlock? Kay duol na man ang pasko basin kun nag-party ni sila. They probably were partying while commuters suffered for I think eight hours. Unya dili na lang gyud ni sila patubagon sa ilang gihimo?
Also, what is the Provincial Government doing about this? Wa lagi ta kadungog ni Governor Junjun Davide nga naghisgot bahin sa trapik anang lugara? This is also a Capitol problem, isn’t it?
I heard that the policy of Minglanilla officials is just to keep silent. The mayor does not talk to his constituents, morag amang. He should have at least explained what happened during that day. Paita sad aning mga opisyala uy.
What about Congressman Samsam Gullas? Isn’t it also his responsibility considering that Talisay and Minglanilla are part of his jurisdiction? Iya man gani nang lolo ang mayor sa Talisay. Why is he also silent about this?
When are you going to act on this problem? Unya na kun labayon na mog tamatis sa inyong mga botante?--Desideria Lamacan of Naga City