Masbate VG Revil urges women to ‘make a change’ this coming May polls


Masbate Vice Governor Kaye Revil is counting on the support of women as she runs for congress this coming May elections.

Revil yesterday attended the Provincial Government of Masbate’s culmination of women’s month celebration with the theme: Women Make Change.

“In that light, I am challenging every woman out there to make that into a reality- that women make change,” the Vice Governor said.

“I, Atty Kaye Celera Revil, woman leader & candidate for CONGRESS of the 2nd District of Masbate, commit to a NO VOTE BUYING Campaign,” she said.

Revil urged women to support the advocacy to truly effect change in the province of Masbate

“I challenge & urge the women in their homes, in our schools, in the offices, in the business sector, private groups & most especially those in the government to educate their children, enlighten their family members & empower their communities to support this advocacy,” said the Vice Governor.

Revil said that she knows women can truly make a change.

“I believe that if every woman do decide to unite to make a difference this coming May 2019 elections, then truly, “Women Make Change” is possible. May God bless us all,” she said.