Kimi inducts village dads and youth leaders of Villasis

December 4, 2010 at 10:50 am Leave a comment

By Virgilio Sar. Maganes

VILLASIS- Fifth District Rep. Kimi S. Cojuangco sworn into office the newly elected punong barangays, barangay kagawads, Sangguniang Kabataan chairs and kagawads on November 26 at the Public Auditorium.

She urged the newly inducted village officials to rally behind their barangay mates and provide the necessary services they needed.

“Importante kayong mga lider sa barangay. Sana parati kayong mag-alaga sa inyong mga mamamayan. (You are the most important leaders in your barangays. I hope that you will continuously care for your constituents.),” she said.

Kimi recalled that during her campaign sortie in the town last election period in many barangays, she observed that the people are kind and happy.

“You are blessed to have a peaceful community. I know that the situation makes you the happiest people in this part of the province,” she said urging them to unite and cooperate behind the administration of Mayor Dita Abrenica and the municipal officials.

She shared her wisdom as a leader in the district. She said that many people were wondering why she entered politics and how she became a politician.

“There were many questions why I became a politician, My answer to them is that I am not a politician but a public servant. Be a good leader. A good leader is a good servant. You will serve and do not wait for your people to serve you,” she told them.

She extended her congratulations to the village officials and assured them that she will always lend her hand should they need her services as the district’s representative in Congress.

Earlier, Mayor Dita Abrenica cited her on-going programs in the town. She requested the newly elected officials to work with her and unite for the good of the town.

“Let us put politics aside. We have developmental agenda to pursue, among which are the construction of the agro-industrial complex in which we will have the livelihood training center, the establishment of the dairy farm, the development of our cemeteries and the use of our newly purchased five tractors. We will continue to construct farm-to-market roads in your barangays,” Abrenica said.

A total of 21 punong barangays, 168 barangay kagawads, 21 chairs of Sannguniang Kabataan and 147 SK kagawads were sworn into office. They will assume village leaderships on December 1.

The oath taking ceremony was also attended by Vice Mayor Centenielo Rizal R. Costales, Councilors Paz Sison-Rafanan, Roderick E.R. Mina, Arvin B. Castro, Rolando Morden, Cheryl Zarate. Tan, and Rosario Lopez-Limos.

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