Mayor Maliksi vows reforms for Imus residents

January 4, 2012 11:36 am 

IMUS, Cavite, Jan. 3 – The newly installed Municipal Mayor of this town, which is set to become a city early this year, on Tuesday vowed to institute reforms for the benefit of all residents of Imus.

Mayor Emmanuel L. Maliksi, who the Commission on Elections (Comelec) declared on December 26 as the duly elected municipal chief executive of Imus in the May 10, 2010 elections, said that first and foremost, he would revive the town’s tag as the “Flag Capital of the Philippinhes” with the month-long Wagayway Festival and other old traditions that were not observed in the municipality during his absence as town mayor.

Maliksi, who took his oath as municipal mayor on December 28, also said that he would double his efforts in the maintenance of peace and order in a bid to get rid of what he calls “unexplained killings” and thefts and robberies, among other criminal incidents.

“We will do our best to make the town of Imus as the most peaceful municipality in Cavite province, “ he stressed.

He also cited various programs such as the financial subsidy for the youth and senior citizens and livelihood and employment for Imus residents, as among the priorities of his administration.

Maliksi called on the residents of Imus to support his administration in achieving goals for the town and her people, particularly the masses and the depressed sectors.

The local chief executive said his administration would do its best to improve the municipal office’s performance and services in terms of business, peace and order, education, health, tourism, cleanliness and environment and culture. (PNA) LAP/CTB


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