We are consistent with our obstinate approach in the implementation of our policies of which we believe will bring the Sibugaynons to what is really good for all. We chose to withdraw from engaging ourselves against some baseless attacks or to some theatrical speechifying that brings out cinematic stir adjacent to what is true. This administration rather let its reality speak in his behalf than fanciful calisthenics of fictitious expressions and that reality is apparent as you look around to what has been done to advance Zambaonga Sibugay in a journey of less than two (2) years. In addition to that reality, we have had rehabilitated the New Canaan Road the Municipality of Titay and completed the construction of Multi-Purpose Covered Courts in the Barangays of Sto. Rosario and Guintolan of the Municipalities of RT Lim and Payao. As what we have declared in the 14th Araw Ng Zamboanga Sibugay, we will consume the rest of our time frame hitting our targets. That is our language…that is our reality.
20 January 2015, finally the Araw ng Zamboanga Sibugay 2015 started to heat on. It kicked off with a Motorcade participated by National, Provincial, Local, and Private agencies from the Ipil Airport up to the Capitol Complex then a Solemn Thanksgiving Mass attended by the Capitol Officials, Employees, Invited guests and visitors after which is the Formal Launching of the Agri-Fishery Trade Fair 2015 by the Provincial Governor ATTY. WILTER YAP PALMA. The Drum and Lyre Competition took place next with contingents from the different Public Elementary and High Schools all over the province, SMB Pasiklaban (Concert at the Hill) concluded day 1 of the weeklong celebration. [DAY 01 GALLERY]
In 2013 a new dawn came to the Province of Zamboanga Sibugay. A new beginning accoutrement with high hopes, bigger dreams, tangible visions, obdurate leadership, incontestable integrity, discipline and determination to deliver, engagement to a principled mission and a new breed of management style pointed towards achieving and fulfilling what our convictions have to say which is the “EXTENSIVE GOOD FOR ALL.” Along the way in steering the province generally we focused our judgments on what is conventional, morally and legally right but we also took the chance of injecting wise though unpopular breakthroughs of which induced disapproval and discontentment in some sectors that resulted to criticisms and even unreasonable personal attacks. The leadership chose to remain headstrong to its endeavors and continue to be resilient along with its guiding principle to eventually meet what is the “COMMON GOOD.”