‘Don’t waste people’s time by engaging in talk that does not help’ - Cavite Gov to Binoe

‘Don’t waste people’s time by engaging in talk that does not help’ - Cavite Gov to Binoe

Cavite Governor Jonvic Remulla is now in the spotlight after he made an appeal to President Rodrigo Roa Duterte regarding the “middle class” if they could be included in the national government’s amelioration program since this segment of the population are the ones who pays the taxes more.

Robin Padilla, a known supporter of President Duterte answered Remulla’s idea said that government needs to prioritize the poor.

“Sir Governor alam ni mayor PRRD ang ginagawa niya hindi puedeng sabay sabay sa isang bagsakan dahil limitado rin ang resources ng bansa,” Padilla said.

Cavite Governor Jonvic Remulla
(photo credit to owner)

(Sir Governor, PRRD knows what he is doing. Addressing everything at once is not possible since the country has limited resources.)

The Governor said he was saddened that Padilla, took his recommendation the wrong way as against the Chief Executive.

“Idol, di ko po kayo kaya sa larangan ng action. Matanda na po ako at makunat na ang aking mga buto. Sana po magtulungan na lang tayo. Ako na bahala sa mga tao ko. Ipaglalaban ko sila hanggang kamatayan. But please don’t waste the people’s time by engaging in talk that does not help,” he said in a statement posted in his social media account on Tuesday night.

(Idol, I cannot catch up to you in the field of acting. I am already old. I hope we will just help each other. I’ll be the one to take care of my constituents. I will fight for them till death. But please don’t waste the people’s time by engaging in talk that does not help.)

Remulla was explaining that he was only stressing a point that everyone is affected by the coronavirus regardless of economic status.

“People are suffering. They are hungry. They are insecure about what the future brings. The least we can do is to give them hope of surviving another day and give them the sincerity of service that they expect,” he added.

The Governor, however, said it was not his intention to add to the problems of President Duterte.

“Nasa balikat niya ang bigat ng problema ng lagpas isang daan milyon Pilipino. Ngunit di ko rin naman kayang talikuran ang kahirapan sa aming mga lansangan. Kailangan bigyan ng boses ang walang kakayahan pumasok ng malacanang,” he said.

(The President carries in his shoulders the weight of the problem of more than 100 million Filipinos. But I cannot turn my back on the poverty in our streets. We have to give a voice to those who do not have the capacities to raise their plea to Malacañang.)

“I am one with the President as you are. I serve at his pleasure and I am committed to the people of Cavite,” he told Padilla.

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