SAN FERNANDO CITY, La Union – Governor Francisco Emmanuel “Pacoy” Ortega III launched yesterday, his 100th day in office, a program for the massive delivery of various basic services in the province’s 576 villages.
Dubbed “I love La Union, I love my Barangay,” the inaugural activity was held at the governor’s own barangay of Canaoay, with the simultaneous conduct of medical and dental services, supplemental feeding, livelihood training, cooking seminar, distribution of vegetables seeds, anti-rabies vaccination, free legal consultation, among others.
“During the first 100 days in office, I have done a lot of assignments that give my services to the people in every barangay. This is my mission in the provincial government,” Ortega III, who
succeeded his father Manuel as governor, said.
The program will be implemented in other villages that need immediate services from the provincial government.
“I believe that charity begins at home. We will bring all these services to all the barangays with the help of our partners and government agencies concerned,” he stressed.
“Pacoy’s” younger brother Manuel Jr. is the village chief of Canaoay and the president of the Association of Barangay Captains in La Union.
The governor’s wife wife, Abono partylist Representative Vini Nola Ortega, also supported the activity which benefited some 3,000 village residents. Jun Elias-northboundasia.com