Monday, 10 September 2012

Evident Corruption in the Streets

I read this article written by Mon Tulfo himself about perfectly fine roads being reconstructed in Misamis Oriental in order for those 'in power' to get 'kickbacks.'

Unfortunately the comments section is already closed.  I wanted to point out that the same thing happened recently in C5 Taguig.  Roads were perfectly fine but were reconstructed.  This caused recurring traffics during construction not to mention the aftermath now wherein the new roads do not have any lines at all.  This can cause more accidents.

If you want to see more of this you don't need to look further than Brgy. Pio Del Pilar in Makati.  This is the barangay enclosed by Pasong Tamo, Buendia, South Super Highway, & Pasay Road.  Citizens who drive daily to & from Makati may be familiar w/ this area as this is mostly used as sidestreets to avoid traffic.  Unfortunately this is also mostly used by Binay as 'kickback' area where roads are constantly reconstructed time & again.

P.S. --- shouldn't Mayor Lani Cayetano of Taguig spend more money in keeping C5 Taguig safe?  Everyone knows this major road is being avoided late at night or early morning because of known hold-ups by squatters around the area (Warning to the Public:  Do not stop if you get stoned/egged or notice a flat tire while driving along this road)

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