ANOTHER Alagang Tingog Center (ATC) was inaugurated in Manapla, the third center in Negros Occidental, last Aug. 10.
The collaboration between the Offices of Speaker Ferdinand Martin G. Romualdez, Tingog Party-list Reps. Yedda Marie K. Romualdez and Jude A. Acidre, along with the Office of the Presidential Assistance in Visayas, has led to the establishment of ATC Manapla, solidifying their commitment to residents’ well-being.
The event saw the distribution of payouts to disenfranchised citizens, benefiting 1,000 beneficiaries who each received P5,000.
Present during the event were Negros Occidental, 2nd District Rep. Thirdy Maranon, Mayor Manuel M. Escalante III and Hon. Mikaela Socorro L. Escalante, who expressed gratitude for the support provided by the Tingog Partylist.
Mayor Escalante highlighted the relief that this partnership brings, streamlining assistance to the residents of Manapla.
Rep. Yedda Romualdez extended her respect to partners in District 2 of Negros Occidental. She thanked Cong. Maranon and his wife as well as OPAV USec. Terence Talavetra for their contributions
Rep. Yedda Romualdez emphasized that the Tingog Partylist is not just a political entity, but a working partylist. Their goal is to serve the community diligently.
She emphasized that they are here to serve, to stand beside and provide unwavering support to the people.
In the local tongue, she conveyed, “Musilbi kami sa inyo.” This translates to “We will serve you.” The sentiment underscores their dedication to being a steadfast presence for the residents of Manapla.