Lambino denies abandoning race

April 16, 2019 at 10:58 pm Leave a comment


                     FOR PANGASINAN VICE GOVERNOR

By Virgilio Sar. Maganes

DAGUPAN CITY-Vice gubernatorial candidate Mark DG Lambino vehemently denied that he was abandoning his candidacy and leaving his team mate gubernatorial candidate Art Celeste in the May 13 elections.

This he said amid black propaganda circulating in the towns of San Fabian, Aguilar, Bugallon, Lingayen, San Carlos City, Calasiao, Sta. Barbara, Mangatarem, Basista, Mapandan and Malasiqui.

In a phone patch interview last April 11 over Kapartner sa DWIZ radio program, Lambino brushed off the news saying that those were purely black propaganda.

“Governor (Art) Celeste and I, including the other candidates under the Team Celeste-Lambino, are busy doing our barangay visitations and conducting motorcades to reach out to our province mates. Information reached me that there were people posing as our supporters who were removing our campaign materials telling the people that we already backed out from the political race. There’s no truth in it. All of those news circulating are “fake news” and black propagandas designed to weaken our campaign,” Lambino said.

Lambino also said that the black propaganda is likened to the black sand, black smoke of fake cigarettes and the black asphalt thinly spread on road pavements in the province.

He said that their rounds of visits in the barangays as well as their political rallies and motorcades gave him more excitement as he was able to meet different kinds of people in Pangasinan.

“I was able to hear the problems and sentiments of our province mates which has give me more inspiration to move forward and continue my campaign with Governor Celeste,’ he said.

 “I call on our provincemates to be wise enough and don’t  believe on the black propaganda spawned by our political rivals,” Lambino said.

Meanwhile, Pangasinan economy will be given more priority should the Team Celeste-Lambino will be given the chance to serve the province.

Lambino said that the economic situation of the province should be provided with utmost attention such as inviting investors to put up manufacturing factories and industries as well as encourage our province mates to put up more businesses.

“These businesses will open up more job opportunities for our province mates. They would no longer go to other provinces and countries to look for jobs,” Lambino said.

Aside from job generation and promotion of investments, Lambino said that major infrastructure projects like airport, expressways, industrial park and fast ferry routes should also be given priorities.

“We have to look also into the educational needs and opportunities of our youth, which are the prime foundation of their bright future that could not be taken from them, “Lambino also said.

He further said that with all these priorities for development, agriculture will not be left behind as full support will be provided to the farmers and fishermen to sustain food security in the province.

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