Jolo Cavite 1st District Congressman Jolo Revilla and Cavite City Mayor Denver Chua lead the formal turnover of 11 ‘Bokyo’ units to 11 village chiefs Thursday, July 14, 2022, at the city hall grounds in Cavite City. Photo by Dennis Abrina

Jolo turns over 11 ‘Bokyo’ to Cavite City villages

July 15, 2022 Dennis Abrina 413 views

CAVITE CITY – As part of the reinforcement program of the provincial government, Cavite 1st District Congressman Ramon “Jolo” Revilla III, Cavite City Mayor Denver Chua, Vice Mayor Raleigh Rusit, and “Unlad Cavite City” team focused on the grassroots development needs of the locality, especially in the event of disasters, calamities, medical emergencies and also for faster patrolling in barangays for maintaining peace and order.

Cong. Revilla, Mayor Chua, and Vice Mayor Rusit led the distribution of 11 ‘Bokyo’ (tricycles) to village chiefs of each barangay in Cavite City.

According to Revilla “Ang inyo pong lingkod ay namahagi ng mga karagdagang Bokyo vehicles para sa ating mga barangay sa Lungsod ng Cavite. Kasama sina Mayor Denver Chua, Vice Mayor Raleigh Rusit at ang buong konseho para makatulong sa kanilang mabilis na paghahatid serbisyo sa ating mga kababayan.”

Earlier, Revilla opened his satellite district office in Cavite City inside the City Hall compound here for faster communication with those in need of residents.

The remaining satellite district offices in Noveleta, Rosario, and Kawit are now under renovation in coordination with Mayor Dino Chua of Noveleta, Mayor Voltaire Ricafrente of Rosario, and Mayor Angelo Aguinaldo of Kawit.

Ahead of the 11 units of Bokyo, 74 multicabs, through the provincial government under Governor Jonvic Remulla, then-Vice Governor, and now Cavite 1st District Cong. Jolo Revilla were given to the barangays here.