Imus City joins International Women’s Month Celebration

  • March 15, 2017
  • Ruel Francisco

TRECE MARTIRES, Cavite, March 16 (PIA) -- The City Government of Imus headed by Mayor Emmanuel L. Maliksi joined this year’s celebration of International Women’s month by acknowledging women’s role in his administration.

The event was held during Monday morning’s Flag raising ceremonies wherein Mayor Maliksi recognized the efforts, commitment and dedication that the women personnel in different divisions of the city government had contributed to the effectiveness of the programs his administration has implemented.

“Kung inyong mapapansin, marami sa ating department and offices ay pinamumunuan ng magaganda, matatalino at mabubuting kababaihan na siyang nagpapalakas sa ating pamahalaang lungsod,” Mayor Maliksi proudly revealed.

Maliksi also stressed that his administration is indebted to all the women officials and employees of the city government for their creativity, sacrifices, courage and leadership for they have successfully won the battle of inequality and are now collectively participating in the social, economic, cultural and political reforms in  society and government movements.

He expressed his administration’s support to the issue of women’s fight for equality without prejudice to the gentlemen and members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transsexual community.

The mayor added that the administration looks at every individual equally and acknowledges their efforts and participation in the development of the city.

Also present during the event were Vice Mayor Arnel ‘Ony’ Cantimbuhan, Congressman Alex ‘AA’ Advincula, Sanggunian Members, city department and office heads, women’s groups, teachers and students and city residents. (Ruel Francisco, PIA-Cavite/with reports from Eli Taparan)

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