Ex-Malolos Mayor Natividad vows to run after pirates as new OMB chair
Former Malolos, Bulacan mayor Christian Natividad has vowed to go “all out” against movie pirates and counterfeiters upon taking the helm of the Optical Media Board (OMB).
The former three-term mayor took his oath of office before Energy Secretary Alfonso Cusi on October 1.
Besides the chairmanship, Natividad concurrently holds the position of OMB CEO and member representing the academe, according to his appointment papers.
Previous chairpersons of OMB include actors-turned-politicians like Edu Manzano, Ronnie Ricketts and Senator Bong Revilla Jr.
According to the Philippine News Agency (PNA), Natividad is a Hall of Famer as the Most Outstanding City Mayor of the Philippines, an award given by the Association of Social Welfare and Development Officers of the Philippines.
During his term, Malolos City was a consistent awardee for Seal of Good Housekeeping and for peace and order and was considered to be one of the safest cities in the Philippines, the PNA report said.
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