THE people of Buenavista, Bohol warmly welcomed
former Bohol Board Member Jaja Jumamoy when the
young leader visited this municipality which is in the Second District last week.
Jumamoy, an international pilot captain, attended the
61st charter day anniversary
of Buenavista, representing
Bohol Governor Arthur Yap.
hol Governor Arthur Yap.
Yap himself has given
P100,000 per barangay to all
1,109 barangays of the province for waterworks system Buenavista is one of Bohol
towns facing Metro Cebu.
After her speech, the people proudly welcomed Jumamoy and expressed their joy
on her visit to the town.
Jumamoy, a daughter of
Inabanga Mayor Roygie Jumamoy, is being endorsed by
Yap’s group to run for congresswoman in Bohol’s 2nd
District in the coming May
Yap believes that Jumamoy can help him in uplifting the
life of the people in the Second District’s nine municipalities
that belong to it and are categorized by the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) as the
poorest among the poor.
In her message, Jumamoy urged the people to support the leadership of Buenavista Mayor Dave Duallo
and the provincial administration of Yap for an inclusive
Jumamoy also encouraged the people to maintain
hard work and increase their
hope and faith amid the Corona Virus Disease (Covid-19)
Jumamoy added that
Buenavista became a municipality due to the effort not
only of the town officials but
the sacrifices of their ancestors in the past decades.
“We should continue to
give pride to Buenavista,”
Jumamoy said she was
elated by the warm reception of the Buenavista people
whom she is bound to serve.
MICHAEL ORTEGA LIGALIG