Serendipity? VG Revil’s good deed brings great blessings for Masbateños
Masbate Vice Governor Kaye Revil’s good deeds brought good karma not just to her but also to her constituents.
The Vice Governor shared that she offered to pay for the water bought by the lady beside her because the establishment does not have change for her bills.
It turned out that the said lady works as an emissary for Japanese investors who are looking for people to be trained as maker of wigs.
“So a lady I’m seated beside was buying water, but there was no change for her money. I offered to buy her water instead. We had a good chat after over water,” she said.
“Turns out she’s the emissary of Japanese investors looking to train people for making of export quality wigs and eventually hire them.”
From simple offer to pay the water, things escalated quickly.
“They are looking at hiring Masbateños to work within the Province for it. In their branches nationwide, hardworking ones are able to earn as much as Php 3,000-5,000 weekly, depending on their output,” the Vice Governor said.
Revil said that it is an amazing livelihood opportunity and vowed to help them look for people to train in Masbate.
“I’ll also provide the venue for the same. So here you go– Nanay ka po ba na gusto ng extra Hanapbuhay? I have initial 50 slots for this. Sign up with VG Staff Aileen Cortes,” said Revil.