“Credit is given where credit is due.”
This is what concerned citizen PJ Go wrote on his Facebook account as a follow-up to his previous post that went viral. He posted a video of a man he caught in the act of throwing bags and bags of garbage over the Andres Abellana bridge in Cebu (watch the video here), calling for action from the city’s mayor. “May this man’s act serve as an example of what not to do,” he said in his post.
But as PJ had written this time, credit is due. Cebu’s CESET (Cebu Environmental Sanitation and Enforcement Team) and BEO (Barangay Environmental Officers) took action to his call, and gave attention to the growing trash problem in the area.
See his entire post below:
“Credit is given where credit is due.
This is a follow up updated progress on the video (https://web.facebook.com/pehjeh/posts/10154091246084034) I posted last week.
Kudos to Ceset Beo CESET (Cebu Environmental Sanitation and Enforcement Team) and BEO (Barangay Environmental Officers) for taking action of the “illegal dumping of garbage” shown in the video which happened in M. Velez Ext. bridge.
I received these images from Ms. Gee Gunz around 9:30PM. The images are originally from CESET BEO. Daghang salamat sa inyong pag responde!
CESET BEO (https://web.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100010652149190)”
Kudos, indeed, to the authorities who responded.