Elected officials of Sto. Niño join Partido Federal ng Pilipinas

The elected officials of Municipality of Sto. Nino, South Cotabato have formally become members of the Partido Federal ng Pilipinas (PFP). The oathtaking ceremony took place on Friday, February 23, at the Office of South Cotabato Governor Reynaldo Tamayo Jr., who also serves as the National President of PFP.

Led by Mayor Solly Villalobos and Vice Mayor Egok Dimzon, alongside their dedicated Municipal Council and Barangay Captains, the officials pledged their allegiance to the principles and objectives of PFP before Governor Tamayo. Notable witnesses to this historic event included Vice Governor Arthur Pingoy Jr. and Board Member Ervin Luntao, underscoring a collective commitment among local leaders towards advancing the agenda of PFP. Governor Tamayo expressed appreciation to the newly-inducted PFP members for their commitment and dedication to the party's objectives. Ahead of the oath-taking, Governor Tamayo briefed them on the five core principles of Partido Federal ng Pilipinas, emphasizing the importance of upholding these principles in their governance.

Governor Tamayo also disclosed that more local officials are poised to join PFP in the upcoming days, underscoring a widespread embrace of the party's vision and values within the region. It's worth noting that President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. serves as the Chairman of PFP, highlighting a significant alignment between local and national political entities. This development underscores the growing momentum towards political unity and adherence to the vision set by PFP's leadership.

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