IN PHOTOS: Vice Mayor Yul Servo Nieto address the 12th City Council of Manila, Mayor Honey Lacuna delivers her city address during inaugural session.
Vice Mayor John Marvin Yul Servo Nieto lead the inaugural session of the 12th City Council of Manila on Monday, July 4, 2022.
On his speech, he inspired the members of the city council to be compassionate on their constituents, execute one’s obligation, and fulfill their promises.
“Sa aking mga kasamahan sa ika-12 Sangguniang Panlungsod ng Maynila, dalhin natin ang ating mahal na lungsod sa liwanag ng kasaganahan at dalhin natin ang bawat Manilenyo sa maayos na daan — daan ng kaginhawahan at kapanatagan,” Nieto said.
Nieto also acknowledged the support of former Mayor Isko Moreno Domagoso during his early days as a city councilor.
“Ate Honey at kay Kuya Isko, tuloy ang laban. Isang pamilya tayo at walang iwanan. Salamat po sa pagtitiwala sa akin at buong puso ko pong gagampanan itong tungkulin sa bawat Manilenyo na may takot sa Diyos at naaayon sa batas,” he stated.
Mayor Honey Lacuna also expressed her gratitude being the next-in-line of Mayor Isko Moreno Domagoso as she was able to work alongside the former mayor in providing programs for the benefit of Manilans.
The Mayor, who is a doctor by profession, reminded that the main priority of the administration are healthcare programs of the city.
“Sa unang isang daang araw natin ng panunungkulan ay sisikapin natin na lalo pang mapalakas ang kapasidad na makapaghatid ng dekalidad na serbisyo alinsunod sa mga patnubay sa pagpapatupad ng Universal Healthcare Act,” she stated.
The Mayor, who is a doctor by profession, reminded that the administration’s main priority is the city’s healthcare programs.nd ECG machines among others for easy access to quality health care within the community. This aims to eliminate the need to travel to hospitals for basic check-ups and tests.
The local government’s social pension, such as the P500 for senior citizens, PWDs, solo parents, and grade 12 students and P1,000 for PLM and UdM college students will also be carried forward by the administration.
(Photos by K R De Asis/MPIO)