Lilia takes oath; will consult barangay officials on projects PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 11 June 2013 11:08

After taking her oath of office as congresswoman-elect before Regional Trial Court Judge Peter Eisma of  Branch 15.

Outgoing Councilor Lilia Macrohon-Nuño said yesterday she will consult first with barangay officials in her distict to determine what projects to be prioritized for District 2.

“I will go around in my district this week to talk with barangay officials,” Nuño told newsmen after the oath-taking at the Hall of Justice in Pettit Barracks, this city.

Nuño repeated Eisma as he read the pledge of commitment followed by the signing of the oath indicating her vow to bring better service and assistance to her constituents in the next three years.

The congresswoman-elect disclosed that new members of the House of Representatives are set to meet on July 11 at the Batasan Complex for orientation on congressional tasks, dutiesand similar matters.

“Nuay pa man iyo officially sinta na Congreso, ya consulta ya iyo con el maga vivientes especially the barangay leaders si cosa ba gayot sila quiere que ay pone iyo atencion y lleva na congreso,” Nuño said.

Asked if she has plans of reconciling with incoming District 1 congressman Mayor Celso Lobregat, Nuño said she is looking forward that both offices will unite for better coordination especially in the implementation of projects and basic social services to the people in the two districts.

“Ya acaba ya man el eleccion, I hope we can sit together and and patch up our differences. Total eleccion lang man aquel, ya escuhi ya man el mga hente canamon dos so debe man huntu ya came,” Nuño said.

She hopes Lobregat will forget the past and put aside their differences if any, and work together for the betterment of their constituents.

Nuño defeated Lobregat’s younger brother Jomar and two other candidates in the District 2 congressional race last May 13 elections.