BULACAN gubernatorial candidate Willy Sy-Alvarado has vowed to prioritize the health care programs and educational services once elected in office this election.
“Kailangang ilapit natin sa mamamayan ang pinasiglang serbisyong pangkalusugan at edukasyon para sa kabutihang pangkalahatan matapos ang pandemyang ating dinanas,” the former governor said.
Alvarado is eyeing the construction of new hospitals and additional branches of Bulacan State University.
At the same time, Alvarado underscored the importance to elect a new leader who is knowledgeable, well-experienced, and has good programs and platforms on environment, livelihood and job opportunities.
He also said that Bulacan needs a leader who has deep understanding in valuing Bulacan’s culture and history.
According to province’s data, Alvarado received 136 awards during his nine years’ stint as governor of Bulacan.
Bulacan was also awarded with the Seal of Local Governance for five years and Kalasag Award or the highest award from the Department of National Defense (DND).
Alvarado recalled that he left almost P7 billion funds in Bulacan from P2.7 billion budget during his first term as governor.