Bulakan mayor thanks ‘Boss RSA’ for aiding town during pandemic
Bulakan Mayor Vergel Meneses on Thursday expressed his gratitude to the people who have helped his town rise above adversity, especially San Miguel Corp. (SMC) president Ramon Ang, whose assistance he said was indispensable during the pandemic.
“Gusto kong pasalamatan si Boss RSA, si Ramon Ang ng San Miguel Corp… Buhat nang maupo ako dito during pandemic, talangang ang pagmamahal ni Boss sa bayan ng Bulakan ay sobra sobra talaga,” the former Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) great said in an interview with Jun Lalin on Abante Radyo Tabloidista.
Meneses thanked the SMC boss for providing financial assistance for Bulakan, the site of the P740-billion “New Manila International Airport” project that would be constructed by an SMC subsidiary under Ang.
“Kung ano ang pangangailangan ng tao sa amin, talagang ibinibigay nya, kaya, Boss, maraming maraming salamat po sa inyo,” the player formerly known as the “Aerial Voyager” said.
The new airport will be built in the coastal areas of Bulakan, Bulacan, around 30 kilometers north of Metro Manila.
The plan is expected to decongest the Ninoy Aquino International Airport and support growth and development in Central Luzon.
Meneses also thanked some senators for giving aid to the town or launching projects during the pandemic.
“Si Senador Bong Go, Senador Bong Revilla, si Bato (Dela Rosa), Si Senador (Francis) Tolentino, Lito Lapid, si Ma’am Grace Poe, maraming salamat po. Sana’y wag kayong magsasawa,” he said.
Meneses said it seemed the worst was over for his town as the number of confirmed coronavirus cases had declined to a high of 32 to fewer than 10 individuals.
“Well, so far, okay naman kami ngayon, bumababa ang cases namin dito. We see to it na inaaalagaan namin ang mga nag-positive. Dinadalhan namin ng for two weeks ng pagkain at P3,000 na ayuda,” he said.
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