Trike fed shows unity with Beng, Celso, Jomar, Itu PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 03 May 2013 10:16

The Zamboanga Tricycle Federation has joined the local Team PNoy bandwagon because of tried and tested leadership and which the group believes can truly propel the city to progress through unity and continuity.

The federation officials and representatives met with the local Team PNoy headed by mayoralty aspirant Cong. Beng Climaco, re-electionist Vice Mayor Cesar Iturralde, District I congressional bet Mayor Celso Lobregat and District II congressional candidate Jomar Lobregat where they were briefed on the party’s platform of government that is contained in the 18-point agenda or contract for unity and continuity for peace, development and progress of Zamboanga City.

Hermogenes Awid, president of the federation called RUEDA or Responsible Union of Empowered Tricycle Drivers Association led the group in expressing unity with the administration party.

Also present during the meeting were Team PNoy council aspirants Myra Paz Abubakar, Violy Alejandro, Dats Sampang, Tito Espiritusanto, Noning Biel, Charlie Mariano, Bong Atilano and Gerky Valesco for District I and Mike Alavar, Kit Barredo, BG Guingona, VP Elago, Elong Natividad, Art Onrubia, Percival Ramos and Eddie Saavedra for District II.

Experience, competence and accomplishments—values that can only be found among the administration candidates—are necessary to help move the city further, the group stressed.

RUEDA, composed of over a thousand members are operating in the city under the supervision of the Tricycle Adjudication Board, a body created through a City Council ordinance and is composed of sectors concerned with the operation of motorized tricycles.

Numerous other groups/ sectors in the city have rallied behind Team PNoy’s vision—a clear manifestation that the administration party continues to enjoy the trust and confidence of the people. These groups include the senior citizens, barangay health workers and nutrition scholars,  urban poor groups, cooperatives, fish vendors associations and  youth groups among others. — Rey Carbonel