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Vizcaya governor supports Bagong Pilipinas governance brand

BAYOMBONG, Nueva Vizcaya (PIA) -- The chief executive of the provincial government of Nueva Vizcaya has declared his full support to President Bongbong Marcos’ ‘Bagong Pilipinas’ brand of governance.

Speaking before Indigenous Peoples college students who are beneficiaries of the Student Monetary Assistance for Recovery and Transition Program of the Commission on Education, Gov. Jose Gambito, said the youth should also support the ‘Bagong Pilipinas’ program by cooperating well and doing their role in nation building.

“Please find responsible ways and means to support and help the national and local governments in bringing genuine and pro-people services, programs, and projects. Let us not always criticize our government for its negative actions but more so with working and supporting its programs, projects, and activities,” he said.

Gambito urged the SMART Program beneficiaries to strive to finish their chosen degree and become responsible and empowered Novo Vizcayanos who will take good care of the province for future generations.

Nueva Vizcaya Governor Jose Gambito advocates the ideals of the 'Bagong Pilipinas' movement to the youth sector in the province. He urged them to support the government as responsibile citizens and future leaders of the province. (PIA Image)

“Prepare yourselves as we are preparing you now to become leaders of our province for tomorrow. Please do not fail our expectations as we are here to support you,” he said.  

Gambito attended the recent ‘Bagong Pilipinas’ movement launching at the Quirino Grandstand.   

He said the core elements of the ‘Bagong Pilipinas’ movement such as unity, accountability, and steadfast commitment to the welfare of all Filipinos are also being advocated in the province.

Gambito said his brand of local governance transcends partisan divides and mobilizes every sector of the society towards common development goals for Novo Vizcayanos.

“Let us not focus mostly on criticizing our government for its misdeeds but become part of the solution by starting change in ourselves and embracing the good principles and practices that our leaders shown in their governance and public service,” he said. (OTB/BME/PIA NVizcaya)

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