SOME netizens reprimanded the structure of a protection card disseminated by the Cebu Provincial Government as it has the picture of Gov. Gwendolyn Garcia.
Nonetheless, the commonplace official was undeterred by the cynicism drawn by the card regardless of the presence of a 2013 Commission on Audit (COA) roundabout which expresses that the setting of open authorities' pictures and names on government ventures is superfluous.
"Kanang mga negative remarks pwede man ilang nawng ibutang diha (Those who gave negative remarks can put their appearances in the card)," she disclosed to SunStar Cebu in a trap meet on Tuesday evening, Feb. 11.
For the representative, what ought to be of principal concern it that at any rate 2,000 barangay frontliners in the territory are currently tried out the gathering mishap Insurance plan of the Government Service Insurance System (GSIS).
Garcia made the declaration following the production of a Facebook post by a Cebu news outlet about a GSIS card bearing her picture and the Capitol on the foundation.
"Yawyaw mo diha, katong mga nasuya (Those who are desirous can continue yapping)," she said
The representative, however, explained that she was not counseled when the plan of the card was made.
"Wala koy labot ana uy (I had nothing to do with it). I didn't have a clue. Karon sad ko kita (This is my first time seeing it)," she said.
As indicated by the COA Circular 2013-004: "the showcase or potentially affixture of the image, picture, witticism, logo, shading theme, initials or other image or realistic portrayal related with the top administration of the task defender or actualizing office/unit/office, on billboards, is viewed as superfluous."
On July 19, 2019, Garcia reported during the main general gathering of the Liga ng mga Barangay Cebu part that the GSIS has exhibited a proposition which the Province may profit itself of for barangay authorities, secretaries, treasurers, tanods (guardians), wellbeing laborers, childcare laborers and creature wellbeing laborers under its gathering individual mishap protection program.
Barangay laborers are taken a crack at the GSIS bunch mishap protection bundle worth P50,000 for every recipient.
"It was truly me who needed to have them taken a crack at the GSIS (protection program)," Garcia said.
She reviewed as of late gathering two tanods in the northern town of Medellin who got injured on independent events and needed to pay for restorative expenses, including throwing for a break at P15,000.
"They didn't understand they were secured by the program. Presently, they can guarantee from their protection," Garcia said.