Antipolo Mayor Jun Ynares endorses wife and new slate as he prepares to step down
Antipolo Mayor Jun Ynares is ending his second term this year, but before he leaves he took steps to help ensure that he would leave the city to someone he trusts: his wife.
Ynares, in a Facebook post, endorsed the slate led by his wife Andeng who is hoping to succeed him as mayor.
He said his term as mayor had faced challenges, but with the help of the people and his political allies, he was able to fix a lot and clean up the city. It was also able to reap awards.
This proved that cooperation is key to Antipolo’s success, and he wants this to continue.
This was why he is hoping that the people of the city would choose Team Ynares Gatlabayan Puno Acop. as his successors.
Putting them at the helm of Antipolo could only mean better things for the city, he said.
Is this a promise?
“Taong 2013, iniluklok at pinagkatiwalaan nyo po ang inyong lingkod bilang punong lungsod ng Antipolo. Hindi po naging madali. Marami po tayong pagsubok na kinaharap. At sa atin pong dalawang terminong panunungkulan, marami po tayong inayos, nilinis at nakumpuni.
Sa tulong nyo at ng ating mga kasamahan sa Konseho, Kapitolyo at Kongreso ay marami tayong nakamit na iba’t ibang pagkilala at mga parangal kabilang na ang pagiging Most Competitive Component City at ang Seal of Good Local Governance.
Nakita ko po na ang susi ay ang pagtutulungan at pagkakaisa nating lahat.
Bagaman patapos na ang aking termino sa darating na Hunyo, nais ko po sanang maipagpatuloy ang ating magandang nasimulan at ito po ay sa pamamagitan ng Team Ynares Gatlabayan Puno Acop.
Sa paparating na Halalan, hinihiling ko na sana ay tulungan at suportahan ng ating mga kapwa Antipolenyo ang ating team para sa mas ikagaganda at ikauunlad ng ating mahal na lungsod ng Antipolo.
Maraming salamat po!,” Ynares posted.
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