During the formal opening of the entire Skyway Stage 3 project this Thursday attended by President Rodrigo Duterte, businessman Ramon Ang was asked if he would run in the 2022 national elections.
According to Ramon Ang, president and COO of San Miguel Corp., he has no plans to run in the next election despite speculations.
“Perhaps because of our company’s efforts to help our country, many are thinking I am planning to enter politics. I have no such ambition,” said Ang, the owner of the company that built Skyway 3.
It is expected that Skyway 3, which connects NLEX and SLEX, will bring great relief to motorists as it will reduce the number of vehicles in EDSA.
“All these projects we’ve completed, and all the new ones we’re about to start, are part of our long-term vision we first articulated more than a decade ago, when we said we wanted to be a true partner in nation-building,” the businessman said.
Apart from the projects, SMC and other programs also conducted a donation drive in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, especially during the lockdown period.
“SMC can do a lot to help our country, by investing in industries and sectors that will accelerate its growth,” Ramon Ang said.
Ramon Ang says he has no plans to enter politics in 2022
“We love our country, it’s the only one we have, so we should all do what we can to lift it up and help Filipinos. This pandemic has only made that commitment deeper and stronger,” he added.
This airport in Bulakan, Bulacan “will be the largest, most modern international gateway in the Philippines.”
The proposed airport will be built on a 2,500-hectare coastal property as part of an envisioned 12,000-hectare township that features a residential zone, government center, seaport, and an industrial zone.
New Manila International Airport construction is expected to solve the congestion problems at Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA), aside from providing jobs and revenues.