By J. Jala, Helen Castaño| 03:08 PM July 22, 2022
Vice President and Education Secretary Sara Duterte on Friday, July 22, visited the Clarin National School of Fisheries in the town of Clarin, Bohol.
Duterte visited to personally see the schools that were ravaged by Typhoon Odette (Rai) last year.
“Bumisita po tayo ngayong araw sa Bohol upang personal na makita ang mga paaralan na sinalanta ng Bagyong Odette noong nakaraang taon,” she posted on her Facebook account.
She thanked the teachers and employees of the Clarin National School of Fisheries for the time they took to talk to her about their needs and concerns.
“Maraming salamat sa mga guro at empleyado ng Clarin National School of Fisheries sa oras na inilaan niyo para makausap kayo tungkol sa mga pangangailangan ng bawat paaralan at mga guro,” she added.
After Clarin, she attended the 168th founding day at the Bohol Cultural Center.
She asked the Boholanos to support the new administration.
“Let us keep one another in friendship, prayer and pride as we take next steps of recovering from Covid-19 pandemic. I ask the Boholanos’ support as the new administration makes decisions in our best interest,” said Duterte who was the guest of honor.
Duterte’s visit was first in Bohol since winning by a landslide in the island province.
Her last visit was in 2019 during the campaign.
Bohol became a separate politico-military province from Cebu on July 22, 1854.
Duterte said Bohol has a special place in her heart as her mother Elizabeth likes the Boholano dialect.
“Bohol is always a welcoming place, a new home for others, and home of the finest spots in the global lieu, glistening in its continued motivation, culture and tradition and faith,” Duterte said.
“Treat a Boholano with respect and kindness and he will open his humble home for you as a long, long lost brother and you will enjoy the hospitality of SiKatuna,” said Aumentado.
Gov. Aris Aumentado said the fight wage of the Boholano ancestors continues and the people of Bohol march towards new challenging on battle grounds.