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Cavite gov chides Manila Mayor over relocators

Cavite Governor Jonvic Remulla ridiculed Manila Mayor Francisco Domagoso Friday for saying the former's provincial government had not helped Manileños who relocated in the town of Naic.

Governor Jonvic Remulla
Domagoso, also known by his screen name as Isko Moreno, had lamented that some 1,000 families from Manila did not receive cash aid for the pandemic after relocating to the government's housing program in Cavite.

Remulla addressed the Manila mayor “Yorme” – the latter's pet name – in his social media post that many were aware of his presidential ambitions, and while he was not yet there, the former film actor was already arrogant.

“If all that you need is to be popular, you do not have to step on the Caviteños... You are not yet the President yet you are already very arrogant,” said Remulla, grandson of the film star Ramon Revilla Sr.

Remulla said he was only defending Naic Mayor Jun Dualan, who Domagoso allegedly "castigated" in a media interview for the lack of aid for former Manileños.

 Mayor Francisco Domagoso
Manila has an annual budget of P20 billion, while Naic only receives P380 million from the government every year, Remulla said.

Remulla, in his post titled “persona non grata,” said wherever people originally were from, the moment they relocated to Cavite they were already considered Caviteños and all the basic services were extended to them.

“We are already overburdened. Do not use us as stepping stone in your overeagerness to gain fame. Do not train your guns on Caviteños because we will not cave in,” Remulla said.

Topics: Jonvic Remulla , Francisco Domagoso , relocation , cash aid , COVID-19 pandemic
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