Ilocos Norte Governor encourages Bataan leaders to engage in food production

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  • Raffy C. V.
  • 6 years ago

SUBIC BAY FREEPORT – Ilocos Norte Governor Imee R. Marcos is exhorting some 2,000 Bataan officials, barangay leaders and other multi-sectoral organizations to adhere in achieving systematic agricultural productivity packages to upgrade the quality of crops and farm animals in the rural communities.
Ms. Marcos has advocated in her short message during the formal signing of alliance agreement between Hugpong ng Pagbabago headed by Davao City Mayor Sara Z. Duterte and Partido Balikatan ng Bataan chaired by Governor Albert Raymond S. Garcia held at Subic Bay Exhibition and Convention Center last Sunday to exhaust all effective productive schemes in promoting high breed farm yields to ensure food security for the fast developing province in Central Luzon.
The former National Federated Kabataang Kabataan chairperson has sincerely expressed her sentiments of motivating delegates from agricultural towns to work for high-yielding farm products for the expected influx of migrant workers and their families .
Likewise, she has acknowledged the constructive outcome in the implementation of a comprehensive sustainable plan of Bataan Governor Garcia which buoyed as key indicator of progress with the expansion of multi-national corporate entities in various economic zones and industrial estates deployed in coastal municipalities in Bataan.
In a related development, Ms. Imee R. Marcos has revealed before the delegates that her family loves the historic peninsula and they are considered a loyal family to Bataan since her late father, President Ferdinand E. Marcos had showed his heroic deed against superior enemy invaders during World War II.
The late president had commissioned the construction of the premier historical site in the country, the Mount Samat National Shrine in the upland village of Liyang,Pilar town. It was built to honor and remember the gallantry of Filipino and American soldiers who fought during World II. The Shrine was completed and inaugurated in 1970 by then President Marcos himself, a war veteran, for the 25th anniversary celebration of World War II.
Aside from Mount Samat, the former President had established the first export processing zone in Mariveles town, the 68-kilometer Roman Expressway, the Department of National Defense (DND) arsenal and other industrial estates in Lamao,Limay town, the United Nations Refugee Center and mothballed nuclear plant,both in Morong town.

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