Coinciding with the inauguration was the distribution of financial assistance under the Department of Social Welfare and Development’s (DSWD) assistance to individuals in crisis situations program (AICS) amounting to P2,000 each of 1,000 beneficiaries. Uy and Dujali expressed gratitude to the Romualdez couple for their genuine care in extending assistance to their constituents.

TINGOG party-list Rep. Yedda Marie K. Romualdez and Speaker Ferdinand Martin G. Romualdez on Wednesday(April 19) expressed optimism that the opening of the ‘Alagang Tingog Center’ in the Island Garden City of Samal, Panabo City, and Carmen town, both in Davao del Norte, will greatly enhance the delivery of government services to its residents.
The couple noted that residents usually travel as far as the cities of Davao or Tagum just to get public aid or benefits.

Rep. Romualdez, wife of Speaker Romualdez, thanked the people of Davao del Norte for the warm reception the Alagang Tingog Centers received during its inauguration.

“I hope that this will provide more fruitful and meaningful partnership between Tingog Party-list and the wonderful people of Davao del Norte. Makakaasa po kayo na lalo naming pag-iibayuhin ang paghahandog ng serbisyo publiko lalo na sa mga lugar na hindi naaabot ng pamahalaan,” Rep. Romualdez said.

“We hope and pray that this Alagang Tingog Center can bring government services closer to the people, that the people of Davao del Norte will not be missing out on what they are entitled to just because of geographical barriers,” Speaker Romualdez for his part said on the occasion of the inauguration of the center by Tingog party-list.

Also present during the event was Davao del Norte Rep. Aldu Dujali, Samal Mayor Al David Uy, Davao del Norte Board Member Mawe Pamisaran and House Deputy Secretary General Ponyong Gabonada, representing Speaker Romualdez in the event. (PR)