Peksman? Administrator Tallado says Multi-Services Caravan won’t be politicized
Camarines Norte Provincial Administrator Alvin Tallado said that the local government’s flagship public service program–the Multi-Services Caravan–won’t be turned into a political tool.
A Brigada News FM Daet report Monday (March 13) said that the administrator gave this assurance during the caravan’s visit to the municipality of Labo.
The Multi-Services Caravan is the brainchild of Camarines Norte Governor Edgar Tallado, the administrator’s own father.
According to the younger Tallado, even Barangays that failed to give its 100 percent support to his family during the May 2016 elections will feel the benefits of the program.
The caravan was halted at the onset of the election season last year. Although Governor Tallado was reelected, he faced various legal troubles and thus couldn’t get his programs going.
The Muti-Services Caravan, which was relaunched only last February, features services like free medicines, free livestock, free seedlings, free tooth extraction and consultation, free rice, free sandals and even beauty services.