Jampacked! First day of Masbate VG Revil’s Professionals’ Congress a success


The first day of Professionals’ Congress initiated by Masbate Vice Governor Kaye Revil has been a massive success.

Revil teamed up with the Professional Regulation Commission to bring its services in the province so that Masbateños need not to travel far.

Revil, even though on maternity leave, graced the event.

“I’m on maternity leave, but that doesn’t stop me from giving & extending services for my beloved Masbateños.

Grateful to DOLE & CSC for joining our cause of informing & capacitating our professionals about laws, rules & matters relating to their professions,” the Vice Governor said.

“Most thankful as well to the Professional Regulation Commission for granting our request to conduct mobile services in Masbate so our constituents need not go out of Masbate for those,” she added.

The Vice Governor also thanked the PRC for granting their request to hold the Oath Taking in Masbate for the newly passed Licensed Professional Teachers.

“I’m happy that we are able to help our people save up on supposed transpo & accommodation expense if they had to travel to go out of the Province for it,” said Revil.

Revil, seeking a congressional seat, also thanked Rep. Marvi Espinosa-Bravo and Rep. Scott Lanete for extending support to her initiative.