Mandaue City Mayor Gabriel Luis Quisumbing is confronting criminal and managerial grievances previously the Office of the Ombudsman-Visayas for exchanging a representative to another office.
The laborer, Michael Allan Pielago, 44, said his new post is "isolated and particular" of his previous activity and that Quisumbing's choice to exchange was a type of abuse.
Pielago said he couldn't play out his errands at the Housing and Urban Development Office inferable from his inability.
"City hall leader Luigi Quisumbing knows precisely where HUDO is found… This reassignment has rendered it exceptionally troublesome and hard for me to answer to HUDO as I would need to bring and scale and down three flights of stairs consistently," Pielago's grievance peruses.
HUDO is situated at the second floor of the Mandaue City Hall Annex Building.
Pielago utilizes bolsters as help. He said he has no clue why he was reassigned to HUDO.
"Mura blast murdering me delicately!" he said.
"Paghatag sa update, naka-state didto na I am currently reassigned. Unya, kung imo tan-awon sa ako lang na individual na pagsabot, mura ba og gituyo siya in the sense na decision period begins sa Sunday, so ig Monday, which is 14, wala nay reassignment. Wala nay exchange," he included.
Pelagio asserted he is non-fanatic.
He sued Quisumbing for supposedly damaging Republic Act 3019 or the Anti-join and Corrupt Practices Act, Republic Act 7277 or the Magna Carta for Disabled Persons, and mistreatment.
He battled that Quisumbing damaged the Magna Carta for Disabled Persons since he purportedly "unmistakably segregating the terms and states of his work by reason of inability" and planned to make it troublesome and unimaginable for him to play out his present employment.
The civic chairman's head of staff, Atty. Mae Elaine Bathan, said Pielago was exchanged to HUDO on the grounds that the workplace "enormously requires" a social laborer.
"Indeed, such move was as per the demand from such office for a social laborer who might help them in leading the social planning of the casual pilgrims and individuals from the Urban Poor," Bathan said.
Pielago was selected as a social welfare officer III of the City Social Welfare Services Office (CSWO) by previous Mayor Jonas Cortes in September 2014.