Certified ka-DDS na! Laguna officials make the leap to PDP-Laban
The Partido Demokratiko Pilipino-Lakas ng Bayan is the party to beat, and Laguna officials are not letting themselves get left behind.
Top officials of the province, led by Gov. Ramil Hernandez and Vice Gov. Karen Agapay, made the leap to President Duterte’s political party, taking their oath before Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez at the House of Representatives on Monday.
Majayjay Mayor Jojo Clado was among the local chief executives who took their oaths, and he also posted details of the event on his Facebook page. Laguna representatives Benjie Agarao, Arlene Arcillas, Len Alonte, and Sol Aragones also witnessed the event.
Looks like the provincial officials have high hopes about switching sides!
“LAGUNA – PDP OATH TAKINGFEBRUARY 13, 2018HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVESGinanap po kanina ang panunumpa ng ating Mahal na Gobernador, Kgg. Ramil L. Hernandez, Bise Gobernadora Atty Karen Agapay, mga Board members, mga incumbent mayors kasama ang inyong Punumbayan at vice mayors ng Lalawigan ng Laguna sa Partido PDP-LABAN.Pinangunahan ang panunumpa ng walang iba kundi ni House speaker Kgg. Pantaleon Alvarez, na isang tulad namin ni Kuyang Milbert na MASON!Sinaksihan ito ng mga congressmen ng lalawigan na pinangungunahan ng ating mahal na kinatawan ng ika-4 na distrito na si Cong Benjie Agarao kasama nya si Cong Arlene Arcillas, Cong Len Alonte, at Cong Sol Aragones.Si Gov Ramil Hernandez din po ay opisyal ding nanumpa bilang PDP-LABAN Laguna Provincial Chairman.Mabuhay ang Lalawigan ng Laguna!Mabuhay ang Administrasyong PDU30!#FlyHighMajayjay,” Clado posted on Facebook.
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