Senatorial candidate Bong Go assured Nueva Ecija farmers that they will never be left behind under the administration of President Rodrigo Duterte as he met with them in Cabanatuan City and in Gapan City recently.
Go vowed to champion the interest of farmers – who are now suffering from low prices of palay (unhusked rice) and onions – in Congress if he gets elected into the Senate in next month’s midterm polls.
“I will champion the interest of farmers.”
“Pag ang kailangan ay madaliang aksyon, nandiyan ang executive, si Pangulong Duterte (If there is a need for immediate action, there is the executive – President Duterte),” the former presidential aide told the farmers.
The former Palace official said the people’s interest and welfare are always in the mind of the President.
“The people’s interest and welfare are always in the mind of the President.”
From Gapan, Go proceeded to Cabanatuan to also meet with farmers and other sectoral representatives, who belong to the Solid Duterte Supporters Group.
Nueva Ecija farmers, amid recurring problems on low prices of their produce, are benefitting from the free irrigation service being extended by the Duterte administration.
Go also met with local officials in this city.
Go also posed for photo and video opportunities with officials who are running for various posts in the May 13 election, who had sought his endorsement.Share this article: