Post about stranded San Fernando, Bukidnon workers goes viral, reaches Flores
A Facebook post seeking help for several informal construction workers from San Fernando, Bukidnon stranded in Taguig recently went viral and reached the office of Bukidnon Second District Rep. Atty. John Flores.
The viral post, made by a certain Mary Jane Camañan, already drew thousands of shares and reactions. Many of those who left comments tagged the Bukidnon solon and even Raffy Tulfo.
On his official Facebook page, Flores said that despite having limited resources due to the current Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ) in NCR, he still tried to send aid to the construction workers and their families.
A total of 32 individuals, 17 of whom were the informal construction workers, were handed relief aid by the Bukidnon congressman.
This was Flores’ post on his social media page:
Adunay mga taga-Bukidnon nga ana-a sa ubang lugar ang wala na nakauli o wala nay panginabuhi tungod sa lockdown.
Taliwala sa limitado nato na mga panguhaan, gipaningkamutan nato nga matabangan kining 32 nga mga informal construction workers nga naipit sa Taguig. Kini sila mga taga-San Fernando, Bukidnon.
Salamat sa post ni Mary Jane Camañan ug kita nahatagan ug higayon nga makatabang.
Ang tiunay nga serbisyo dili sa sulti kundi sa buhat.
Hustong serbisyo. Makatao.
Numerous netizens praised Flores for helping the workers, who were left jobless when the ECQ was declared.
Photos are from Congressman Flores’ Facebook page