Differently-abled persons in Odiongan are getting a livelihood courtesy of Vice President Leni Robredo.
Vice Mayor Diven Dimaala
Odiongan Vice Mayor Diven Dimaala is thankful to the students of his town who have been using the public library for their school work.
The lack of public transportation amid the quarantine has led many people to turn to bicycles, but Odiongan Vice Mayor Diven Dimaala reminded them that it is not as simple as hopping on the bike and pedaling.
Odiongan tricycles need a facelift to weed out colorum vehicles.
Odiongan is using stickers to identify tricycles that have franchises, and Vice Mayor Diven Dimaala said this would be implemented strictly.
Odiongan Vice Mayor Diven Dimaala called out tricycle drivers in town who were overcharging passengers even though there was already an approved fare matrix.
The lolos and lolas of Odiongan don’t need to travel far for their medical needs.
While most of us are stuck at home, wouldn’t it be nice to have a nipa hut of your own to hang out and enjoy the breeze?
Odiongan Vice Mayor Diven Dimaala is going to be like Santa Claus to very lucky indigent college students who are also member of indigenous peoples groups.