- Glaiza de Castro took to Twitter and commented on the aerial inspection carried out by President Rodrigo Duterte
- She retweeted the tweet made by CNN, which showed the president inside a chopper, with Senator Bong Go
- The President and the Senator were conducting an aerial inspection of typhoon-hit Cagayan Valley
- The actress then hit at the act and said, "Yung may nakita ka nang mali pero nag-inspect ka lang"
Glaiza de Castro took to Twitter and commented on the recent aerial inspection conducted by President Rodrigo Duterte in the typhoon-hit Cagayan Valley.
It can be recalled that the area has already been placed under a state of calamity because floodwaters covered virtually the entire area and were even described as akin to that of the "Pacific Ocean."
Local officials also described the flooding as the worst that they have experienced.
The report on the aerial visit was retweeted by Glaiza with the comment:
"Yung may nakit ka nang mali pero nag-inspect ka lang."
The hashtags #CagayanNeedsHelp and #IsabelaNeedsHelp trended during the height of Typhoon Ulysses. Residents of the area were seeking help via social media.
There was even a viral audio clip where the cries for help of people could be distinctly heard. Social media was flooded with cries for help, as well as photos shared by concerned netizens. Others appealed for the posts to be re-shared and retweeted to reach more people.
The wrath of Typhoon Ulysses was unexpected. Although Metro Manila and the rest of Luzon were already bracing themselves for what Ulysses could bring, its onslaught became a nightmare for everyone. The Mayor of Marikina was among those praised by netizens for his hands-on approach in the rescue efforts.
With the strength of the typhoon, it is very much likely that things that are inside the house could either be swept away or end up submerged in water. Many netizens shared the situation of their homes when the typhoon hit and virtually all of their appliances and furniture were damaged by the floodwaters. When the water subsided, the floodwaters left a lot of mud.
The devastation can be seen in various footage. Social media became a rescue hotline. One resident in QC sought the help of rescue teams after being stranded due to the typhoon.
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