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    Speeches

    • Making Each Moment Count

      Posted in Speeches on Apr 20, 2017

      20 April 2017 Commencement Speech at the 22nd Commencement Exercises of the Central Bicol State University of Agriculture, Sipocot Campus, Camarines Sur, 20 April 2017 Dr. Georgina Bordado, president, Prof. Rico Almonte, campus administrator, Board of Regents, University Vice Presidents, Academic Deans, faculty and non-teaching staff, dear graduates and parents, ladies and gentlemen, marhay na

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    • Message of VP Leni Robredo at the MOU Signing between Brgy. Impig and Partners

      Posted in Speeches on Apr 20, 2017

      20 April 2017 Brgy. Impig, Municiplaity of Sipocot, Camarines Sur Maray na aga po saindo gabos. Magandang umaga po sa inyong lahat. Sa satuya pong mga medical volunteers, yaun po digdi si DILG Sipocot Liz Ann Ramos, yaun po sain si ma’am? Ay yaun palan sa taas. Sa atin pong mga medical volunteers, andito po

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    • Casting Life’s Net

      Posted in Speeches on Apr 19, 2017

      19 April 2017 Commencement Speech at the 90th Commencement Exercises of Bicol College, Daraga, Albay, 19 April 2017 Dr. Maria Luz Macasinag, president of Bicol College, Dr. Pedro Marcella III, Executive Vice President, Board of Directors, administration officials, faculty members and non-teaching staff, dear graduates and parents, ladies and gentlemen, marhay na aldaw saindo gabos.

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    • A Future of Great Promise

      Posted in Speeches on Apr 19, 2017

      19 April 2017 Commencement Speech at the 70th Commencement Exercises of University of St. Anthony in Iriga City, Camarines Sur, 19 April 2017 Atty. Santiago Ortega, Chairman of the Board of Trustees and President of the University of St. Anthony, Mayor Madelaine “Madel” Alfelor-Gazmen, Atty. Butch Ortega, Vice President for Administration, Dr. Domingo Ortega, Vice

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    • Standing Together for a Better Future

      Posted in Speeches on Apr 11, 2017

      11 April 2017 Speech at the 69th Commencement Exercises Republic Colleges of Guinobatan 07 April 2017 Judge Emmanuel Flores, President and Chairman of the Board; Justice Teresita Flores; Mayor Gemma Ongjoco of Guinobatan; my good friend, former Mayor Tope Flores; members of the board of justice, board of directors, faculty and non-teaching staff; dear graduates,

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