Mandaue City picked as start of local LP caravan April 1

March 27, 2013 11:41 pm 

MANDAUE CITY, Cebu, March 27 — Acting Cebu Gov. Agnes Magpale said they have chosen Mandaue City as the starting point for a province-wide four-day caravan for the Liberal Party in Cebu on April 1.

Magpale, an LP member, said they will kick off the activity with a mass at 7 a.m. at the St. Joseph National Shrine in Mandaue City in the sixth district.

This will be followed by an interfaith rally at the Mandaue City Plaza.

An LP press release stated that the caravan will visit northeastern towns and cities on the first day.

The group will spend the night in Bogo City in the fourth district, where it will also hold a campaign rally.

On day two, the group will head to Daanbantayan, also in the fourth district, and make a “round north” and head for Pinamungajan in the third district, or in the midwest of the province, where its members will stage another campaign rally and stay overnight.

On day three, the group will proceed to Santander in the second district, passing through the town of Aloguinsan in the third district, among others.

The group will conduct a pulong-pulong in Santander where its members will stay for the night.

On day four, the group will head to Oslob and pass through the towns in the second district before it makes its final stop in Talisay City in the first district.

The LP will also stage a campaign rally there. (PNA)

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