The 131 barangay specialists in Liloan, whose stipends were retained by the Capitol as a result of their inability to go to amid the dispersion, got an identical sum from the individual pockets of Liloan Mayor Christina Frasco and her significant other, previous civic chairman Duke Frasco, last Saturday..
"Amo nalang gitubos ang obligasyon sa Capitol. Kay dili mi makatugot nga daug-daugon lang ni Vice Governor (Agnes) Magpale ang among mga barangay specialists tungod kay mas gituman nila ang ilang trabaho sama sa measles inoculation kaysa sa mo-go to ug political rally (We simply spared the Capitol from its commitment since we can't enable our laborers to be persecuted by Vice Governor Magpale for carrying out their responsibilities like measles immunization as opposed to going to political rally)," said Mayor Frasco.
The city hall leader said the barangay tanods, wellbeing specialists, lupong tagapamayapa and different laborers influenced have the choice to seek after legitimate activity against the bad habit representative for her supposed refusal to discharge the motivators.
Magpale prior said that they expected to promptly sell the loans made for the honoraria of the barangay laborers so they can make another loan for the following clump of recipients.
In any case, Mayor Frasco said the "necessity of liquidation isn't prompt" as Magpale claims it to be.
As per Frasco, the barangay specialists, having neglected to get their compensation on March 8 (Friday), could guarantee it on March 11 (Monday) can even now guarantee it until March 20 under the tenets of the Commission on Audit.
Yet, the specialists were wouldn't guarantee their honoraria when they came to Capitol last Monday.
Magpale blamed the authorities for Liloan of "politicking" by disallowing the specialists to come amid the planned appropriation.
As per Magpale, the neighborhood authorities were advised of the appropriation through a letter.
The letter dated February 27, 2019 was marked by Provincial Administrator Atty. Imprint Tolentino.
"The appropriation of money motivating forces for Barangay Health Workers (BHW), Barangay Tanods, Barangay Lupons, Day Care Workers (DCW) and Barangay Nutrition Scholars (BNS) of the Municipality of Liloan will be on March 8, 2019, Friday, 8:00 am at the Barangay Catarman Gym," the letter read.
"The conveyance will be driven by Governor Hilario P. Davide III, Vice-Governor Agnes A. Magpale and the Board Members of the fifth District. In such manner, we will unassumingly ask your assistance in educating the recipients," it included.
A written by hand note demonstrated that the letter was gotten by the workplace of Frasco on March 5, 2019 at 11 a.m.
Be that as it may, Frasco said her office never formally got the letter. She called attention to the abnormality that the letter does not endure the authority accepting stamp of her office.
"Accepting for contention that I got the letter, this still does not delete the way that we have a continuous measles inoculation for children in all barangays, also the entirety of our other progressing wellbeing and harmony and request programs which our barangay specialists are compelled by a sense of honor to do," she said.
The city hall leader included that the measles pestilence represents a perfect and present peril to people in general, particularly to the kids, which ought to be a need over political rally.