Don’t spread hate, virus! Gemma Lubigan tells critics: Don’t engage in cyber bullying
Trece Martires, Cavite Mayor Gemma Lubigan urged her critics on Tuesday, March 31, not to resort to cyber bullying even if they don’t like her handling of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) crisis.
In a Facebook post, Lubigan said she welcomes criticisms as long as her bashers stick to the issue.
“Sa mga nagpopost ng hinaing, ok lang po yan. Sa mga nambabastos, delikado, pede kayong kasuhan ng cyber bullying,” she said.
Lubigan acknowledged that the local government is having difficulty distributing food packs to all residents because it lacks funds to deal with a protracted crisis. She, however, said they are doing their best to deliver food.
“May mga nakapag ipon, problema yung wala. Kaya sana malampasan natin ito, matuto na po tayo dahil ang ganitong pandemic ay hind namn natin lahat inaasahan. Walang may kagustuhan,” the mayor said.
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