By Ernie Reyes
Sen. Migz Zubiri (GMA Network photo courtesy)
MANILA — On Tuesday, Senate Majority Leader Juan Miguel Zubiri
visited Camarines Norte and Naga City to inspect and turn over
infrastructure projects funded through his legislative amendments in
the national budget.
In Camarines Norte, Zubiri turned over a school building in Talisay
City to the province. Situated at San Isidro Elementary School, the
building was realized through the combined efforts of Zubiri and Gov.
Edgar “Egay” Tallado.
It is one of three projects that Zubiri helped spearhead for Camarines
Norte back in 2020, with the other two projects also being a school
buildings for Maulawin Elementary School in the Municipality of Sta.
Elena, and for Gumaus National High School in the Municipality of
“We were very glad to work with Gov. Tallado in putting up these
school buildings for Camarines Norte,” Zubiri said. “Advocacy ko po
talaga ang education, kasi iyan ang nakikita kong sagot sa kahirapan.
Kaya nag-commit tayo na makapagtayo ng school buildings dito, para may
maayos po na school buildings na sasalubong sa mga estudyante natin
dito once face-to-face classes begin again.”
Zubiri also stopped by Naga City to inspect the ongoing construction
of a multi-purpose building in Barangay Cararayan with Mayor Nelson
Legacion. It is one of five projects Zubiri helped realize across
Camarines Sur this year, including another school building for Baao
He also visited a vaccination site in Camarines Sur. Zubiri authored
the COVID-19 Vaccination Program Act of 2021, which paved the way for
the vaccination roll-out in the country through the provision of an
indemnification fund. (ai/mtvn)