Cainta Mayor Kit Nieto calls out candidate Mon Ilagan for plastering his face on public facilities
In his nine years as mayor, Cainta Mayor Kit Nieto did not put his face in tarpaulins in town as he deemed this unnecessary.
So he did not like it when he saw vice mayoralty candidate Mon Ilagan’s face on tarpaulins plastered in public places, said Nieto.
“Dumaan ako sa imelda av kanina. Nagkalat ang tarps ni mon ilagan.. tulad ng dati, walang pagbabago.. natanong ko tuloy, mahal mo ba talaga ang bayan mo o sarili mo?” Nieto said on Facebook.
He said the tarpaulins were also on waiting sheds, electricity posts, overpasses, and other public places.
He asked Ilagan to respect these places.
“wala naman sanang babuyan ng lugar. May nakita ka ba mula sa grupong sinusuportahan ko? Wala. Kasi may paggalang ako sa kaayusan ng Cainta..,” the mayor said.
Should Ilagan win, he could do whatever he wants, he said.
But Nieto said that while he is the mayor, he asks Ilagan not to spoil public places with his tarpaulins.
“Alam naman ng tao na tumatakbo ka. Nakakaumay lang kasi,” he said.
He said he did not need a troll to share his sentiments about this, and hopes Ilagan would not get mad at him.
“Pasensya ka na. Hindi ko kelangan ng troll para sabihin ito. Sa tama lang tayo..
Wag ka sanang magalit,” he said.
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