Speaking before half dozen barangay officers throughout the first Barangayan Day celebration of the province of Bohol, Wednesday, President Aquino unconcealed that his administration is dead set fulfilling its promise to create a brand new, fashionable field facility for the province before his term ends in 2016.
Aquino told the great news as he announced the subsidisation ceremonies of the “The Outstanding Barangay officers of the Year” provincial winners for 2011 at the Bohol Wisdom College. The President in his casual jeans and shirt was met with loud cheers upon his arrival despite being late for over associate degree hour because of 2 engagements in nearby Leyte province. In his 20-minute speech, Aquino fore said that in the September four meeting of the National Economic and Development Authority Board which he is the chairman, associate degree allocation of P7.4 billion has been put aside for the development of the field on Panglao Island, a premier tourist destination.
“Construction will begin on November 2013,” as Aquino secure that the new field are completed before he steps down from workplace four years from currently. The news was received sky-high by Bohol’s high officers by Gov. Chato. Gov. Chato in his welcome message voiced his feeling to the President for including in his 2012 SONA the Panglao Airport is one of The President’s priorities.
The field facility is required to support Bohol’s growing business trade a found number of tourists, foreign and domestic, flock to the province to savor its wealthy eco-tourism wonder since the groundbreaking of the Panglao Airport news, Boholanos have long hoped for the project to come about.
Aquino additionally expressed that he has schooled the Department of construction and Highways to figure on the road rehabilitation within the northern part of Bohol from Sagbayan town moving to the towns of Danao, common for its extreme sports journey. The Cabinet secretaries that fashioned this idea partly to The Presidential Party were Trade Secretary Gregory Domingo, Energy Sec. Rene Almendras and Presidential Spokesperson Sec. Edwin Lacierda whose roots come from Bohol. Aquino stayed for an hour before departing for his second engagement which was the mass oath taking of new Liberal Party members from the province.