Ang Probinsyano Party-list gives P1 million in educational cash aid

province received an Educational Assistance Fund worth P1-million through Ang Probinsyano Party-list (APPL) on Wednesday, October 20, 2021.

Up to 300 senior high school students from two municipalities on Island have been given financial assistance by Ang Probinsyano Party-list and Provincial DSWD.

A total of 218 grade 12 students received assistance from the municipality of Guinsiliban, while 79 students from the town of Sagay.

Each student received P3,000 from the one million peso educational assistance program of APPL.

The distribution of educational assistance collaborates with Ang Probinsyano Party-list Rep. Alfred Delos Santos, Lone District Rep. Xavier Jesus Romualdo and Governor Jurdin Jesus Romualdo.

Meanwhile, Davao Mayor Sara Duterte reiterated that she will not run in the 2022 presidential race.

Instead, she will run for mayor of Davao City again despite calls for her to replace her father, President Rodrigo Duterte.

Sara also answered questions about whether it was possible for them to tandem with Marcos next year and said there was no conversation about it.

Ang Probinsyano Party-list gives P1 million in educational cash aid

It will be recalled that on Saturday, the Mayor shared on social media photos about his meeting with Marcos and his brother Sen. of Cebu City.

But it was clarified that he only attended the wife’s birthday celebration of House Majority Leader Martin Romualdez. She is also a cousin of the Marcoses and other engagements in the province.

Meanwhile, the election watchdog Kontra Daya urges the Commission on Elections (Comelec) to take action against the alleged ‘premature’ or early campaigning of various candidates for local and national positions in the upcoming 2022 Elections.

Kontra Daya convenor Danilo said that the ‘election rules’ violation by various politicians is now open, so the Comelec needs to take action. However, he said the commission should not be tied to the legal technicality of the law.

He cited the motorcades and other mass gatherings of candidates he identified as having entered the ‘electioneering.’

“The color-coded motorcades and public gatherings at this time are meant to project support for certain candidates,” said Arao.

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