Monday, August 24, 2015

Poe graces fora in P’gasinan Wednesday

By Mortz C. Ortigoza

ROSALES – The presidential campaign manager in Pangasinan of the late actor Fernando Poe, Jr. said that his daughter and top presidential aspirant in the country will grace Wednesday various sectors in the huge province.
Senator Grace Poe speaks before the students of Lyceum Northwestern
University in Dagupan City.

Abono Party-list's Chairman Rosendo So said Senator Mary Grace Poe will be the guest speaker in the leadership fora at the Lyceum Northern University and University of Luzon at 8:30 Am and 9:45 Am, respectively, and the inductor of officers and speaker of the joint assembly of the Metro-Dagupan Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MDCCI) and Metro-Urdaneta Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MUCCI) at the Stadia at 11:20 Am.
“Naimbitahan si Grace Poe, siya ang mag-o-oath sa amin”.
The chair of Abono said he was elected as the president of the just revived MUCCI while Andre Abalos was the newly elected president of the MDCCI.
Matagal na naming gusto itong joint induction”.
ILLUSTRATION. Samahan ng Industriya at Agrikultura (SINAG) President 
Rosendo So shows the card board illustrations of students in various 
universities in Dagupan City and Pangasinan on how they envision leaders 
of the Philippines run the country. MORTZ C. ORTIGOZA
He said the Chambers are lucky that Poe acceded to the invitation.
So said that Alfred Yao, the President of the Philippine Chamber of Commerce Industry (PCCI), will grace too the event at the Stadia in Dagupan City.
He said after her speaking engagement with the members of the chambers, the senator will motor at the Virgin Milagrosa University in San Carlos City, the birth place of her father,  at 1:30 Pm for another powwows with the students there.

So said that the senator, who is the trailblazer on the latest Social Weather Stations and Pulse Asia polls, would look at the visions of the students who attended the leadership trainings at the LNU and UL and evaluate their drawings on the card board envisioning how Filipino leaders should run the country.

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