- Ogie Diaz took to Facebook to air his sentiments against the supposed lack of action of the national government
- He said that if the body could not hurdle it anymore then it is time to pass it on to those who still have the strength to serve
- He also said that this is not a joke anymore, so it is really time to get serious
- He felt pity that there are many helpless "kababayans" and NGOs along with private individuals who are making the effort to help
Ogie Diaz took to Facebook and aired out his sentiments against the national government's supposed lack of action amid the onslaught of Ulysses.
The comedian and talent manager urged officials to move and to stop the "kuwentong barbero."
He underscored that if the physical and mental health of officials renders them incapable, then the duty or responsibility must be passed on to those who still have the capability to do.
"Di na ito joke lang, kaya sana, sumeryoso na ang mga nakaupo," said Ogie.
He highlighted how people would just follow if the advice is correct and there is a sense of direction.
He also could not understand why it would seem that people could not feel that the government cares.
Here is Mama Ogs full post:
"Sawa na tayo sa kwentong barbero. Tama na yan, huhuhu. Baka pwedeng kilos-kilos naman. Kung di na kaya ng katawan at isip, ipasa na sa may kakayahan.
Di na ito joke lang, kaya sana, sumeryoso na ang mga nakaupo. Susunod naman siguro ang karamihan kung tama ang advise, kung may punto at may direksyon.
At kung totoong nagbibigay ng pag-asa at nagpapalakas ng loob ng mga kababayan nating biktima ng kalamidad.
Juice ko po, sobra-sobra nang pagsubok itong dumarating sa atin, dagdagan pa ng pag-challenge sa atin ng ibang incompetent na nakaupo.
Naniniwala akong kaya naman kung nasa puso ang pagtulong at pakikiramay na sana ay nararamdaman ang presensya at malasakit.
Kaya madalas kong marinig, “Tayo-tayo na lang talaga ito. Wag na tayong umasa pa sa ibang tao na dapat sana ay nakakapitan natin.”
Sa totoo lang, nakakaawang makita ang mga kababayan nating helpless at mga NGO at mga pribadong indibidwal pa ang gumagawa ng effort para tumulong. Kasama ang ibang LGUs na masigasig ding ginagampanan ang kanilang tungkulin.
Nakakalungkot nang sobra yung makakita ka ng mga videos at pictures na buong bahay ay nilamon na ng baha at bubong na lang talaga ang natitira at yung iba’y sa bubong na lang nakatira.
Haaaay... kelan ba matatapos ang unos na ito? Siguro nga, lalo na lamang nating paigtingin ang ating dasal. Na sa dulo ng kadilimang ito ay makikita pa rin natin ang liwanag.
Kaya sa totoo lang, hindi na ako nagrereklamo kung may tulo man ang bubong ng bahay ko.
At least, hindi ako."
Ogie Diaz is a comedian and a talent manager. He is the one handling the career of Liza Soberano. He also hit back at Banat By after he tagged celebrities critical of the government as "laos."
He was also among those who spoke up during the height of the Tekla issue wherein Tekla was accused by his live-in partner. Even Donita Nose, Ogie Diaz and his manager spoke up. They also narrated how they perceived Tekla and also shared their own experiences with regards to Tekla and his relationship with Michelle.
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