CamSur Rep. Bordado spends new year’s eve in most remote barangay in his district
While several politicos took a break from work this past holiday season, Camarines Sur Rep. Gabriel Bordado instead visited the most remote barangay in his district.
Rep. Bordado, on New Year’s Eve, visited Villa Florida, the most remote barangay in Ocampo, Camarines Sur.
The baragay is located at the foot of Mt. Isarog. The solon met with the residents, mostly indigenous peoples, to hear their stories and feedbacks.
“Just like last year, Congressman Gabriel Hidalgo Bordado Jr visited, on New Year’s eve, Villa Florida- – the most remote barangay of Ocampo, Camarines Sur located at the foothills of Mt. Isarog,” Rep. Bordado’s office said.
Aside for a mini consultation, the congressman also broughy media noche food packs for the residents.
“There, he interacted with the residents (who are mostly Indigenous People), listening to their feedbacks and giving them food packs for their Media Noche,” the office said.
Meanwhile, the CamSur Represenative also met with barangay officials and residents of Calabanga, Bombon, Magarao, Canaman, Camaligan, Pili and Naga City.
For the Rep. Bordado, a first term congressman, the 2017 is a meaningful and prosperous year.