Senator Bong Go leads relief effort in Olongapo 

Olongapo City – Senator Bong Go personally led a relief effort in Olongapo City where more than 1,000 indigents have received grocery packs, masks, and vitamins.

They also received watches, shades, t-shirts, shoes and basketball and volleyball balls. The Department of Social Welfare and Development  (DSWD) has separate assistance for beneficiaries.

“I will not waste the opportunity you gave me. I will work for the Filipino as much as I can. What you heard on television, ‘Mula Aparri to Jolo’, I have reached there. I have reached Batanes as well. Here in Zambales, I have been back here several times. I have returned to Olongapo several times to help those in need,” he explained.

Through Resolution No. 205 dated August 8, 2022, the Sangguniang Panlalawigan of Zambales pronounced Go as its adopted son, noting that the senator has “embodied the spirit of good governance and public service” by exerting great efforts to help the whole province.

To ensure the progress of Olongapo city, Go, vice chairperson of the Senate Committee on Finance, supported the road rehabilitation along Elicano Street East Bajac-Bajac and the improvement of drainage canals in Barangay Barretto.

Congressman Jay Khonghun, Mayor Rolen Paulino Jr., Vice Mayor Aquilino Cortez Jr., BCDA Director Rolen C. Paulino Sr.and several councilors and barangay officials of Olongapo City attended the relief activity. 

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