Senator Migz Zubiri turns over 20 ambulances for Bukidnon towns (video inside)
Senate Majority Floor Leader Juan Miguel Zubiri led the blessing and formal turnover of 20 fully-equipped ambulances to 20 municipal government units in Bukidnon on February 3, 2022 at the Capitol Grounds, Malaybalay City.
Zubiri said that a total of Php 50 Million from his institutional amendment allocation for the Department of Health (DOH) was spent for the ambulances. He said that the ambulances were supposed to be distributed last December 2021 but due to bidding delays, the release was postponed.
“Today, however, I am overjoyed that the municipal mayors can now use these ambulances. I know that these units will greatly help them as they deliver services to the people of Bukidnon,” the re-electionist senator said.
Zubiri also emphasized that ambulances will also be given to the cities of Malaybalay and Valencia. He said that they first gave priority to the 20 municipalities as the budgets of the towns are far lesser than that of the two Bukidnon cities.
Meanwhile, Zubiri’s brother, incumbent Bukidnon 3rd District Rep. and gubernatorial candidate Manuel “Manoy” Zubiri thanked his brother for upholding the Zubiri “signature style of public service.”
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“I myself have been working my best to give ayuda, ayuda, ayuda. However, what’s important is that we follow what is written in the Bible. ‘What you did to the least of my brethren, you did for me.’ Only God knows where my future takes me but I will do my best. I will let God do the rest. If it is His will that I will be able to serve the whole province, then I will make Him happy and help as many poor people as I can,” Manoy Zubiri emphasized.
The two Zubiri siblings, together with their father, are gunning for electoral posts come May 9, 2022. Migz Zubiri is seeking another term as Senator while Manoy Zubiri is running for Bukidnon governor. Their father, incumbent Bukidnon Governor Jose Ma. Zubiri, Jr., is vying for the Bukidnon 3rd District congressional seat, which Manoy Zubiri will vacate.