Cavite Province distributes ‘bokyos’ to monitor peace and order in barangays

CAVITE CITY, Cavite, Jan. 31 (PIA) – The Provincial Government of Cavite's Ugnayan sa Barangay continues to bring government services to different barangays in the province with the recent distribution of modern tricycles called "bokyo" at Samonte Park here in the city.
Former Governor Jonvic Remulla represented his brother Governor Jesus Crispin "Boying" Remulla in giving out seventy six (76) bokyos  to several barangays which will be used as patrol vehicles when they do the rounds especially during early morning hours.

The said vehicles were intended to aid the recipient barangays in monitoring their peace and order situation, and to immediately response to emergencies.
"Patuloy ang pagbigay (namin) ng totoong serbisyo sa pamamagitan ng makabuluhang programa para sa lahat,” (we will continue to serve our constituents through worthy programs) Jonvic Remulla said as he emphazied their commitment to serve the public.
Cavite City Mayor Bernardo “Totie” Paredes together with other local officials expressed gratitude over the donation of said bokyos which they said will help officials of recipient barangays perform their daily tasks. (Ruel Francisco, PIA-Cavite/with reports from PICAD)

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