Remulla1 Senator “Bong” Revilla Jr. administers the oath of office of reelected Cavite Governor Jonvic Remulla during simple rites held at the rectoral area of historic Santa Cruz Catholic Church in Poblacion, Tanza, Cavite, Monday, June 27, 2022

Remulla, Tolentino sisters swore-in

June 27, 2022 Dennis Abrina 134 views

TANZA, Cavite – Reelected Governor Juanito Victor “Jonvic” Remulla Jr. was formally sworn in for his second term as provincial chief executive of Cavite Monday, June 27, 2022, at the historic Santa Cruz church in Poblacion, Tanza.

Remulla was sworn in before Senator Ramon “Bong” Revilla Jr. and witnessed by his mother Ditas Remulla, wife Dr. Agnes Tirona Remulla, and children in simple rites.

While newly elected Vice Governor Athena Tolentino took the oath of office to lead the 19-man Sangguniang Panglalawigan administered by her uncle Senator Francis Tolentino.

Cavite 8th District Congresswoman-elect Aniela Tolentino took her oath before Gov. Remulla at the rectoral area of the parish where General Emilio Aguinaldo was sworn into office as the first Philippine President and inaugurated on March 22, 1897, at the same place.

This is the second term of the reelected governor since he won in 2019 after he “left” in 2016 to focus on his studies.

Remulla first became governor of the province in 2010 and followed in 2013.

In a brief interview, Remulla says, “His administration will run in his second term for the construction of additional public school buildings, lighting of roads, and more road projects so that we can easily get around Cavite.”

The Tolentino sisters were accompanied by their parents Tagaytay City Mayor Abraham “Bambol” Tolentino and Vice Mayor Dr. Agnes Tolentino.

While General Trias City Mayor-elect Luis “Jon Jon” Ferrer IV, Imus City Mayor-elect AA Advincula, Naic Mayor Jun Dualan and Mayor-elect Raffy Dualan, Tanza Mayor Yuri Pacumio, Indang Mayor Perfecto Fidel was present to provide support.

The new Cavite vice governor will be pushing for the “digitalization for the E-Governance of the Cavite province” to lessen the threat of COVID-19 exposure to people.

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