Final answer? GMA, Cavite Councilor Alfredo Abueg III says he won’t be joining 2022 polls
General Mariano Alvarez Councilor Alfredo Abueg III is taking a rest from running in 2022.
In a Facebook post, Abueg said he was coming to the end of his third term as a councilor.
This had people asking him about possibly seeking higher office, he noted.
But he said he has no plans to become a candidate in next year’s polls.
What he would focus on is completing all his duties in his last year as councilor, he said.
He also said he would continue to help the people in whatever way he can.
He wanted to bare his plans before the filing of certificates of candidacy, to let his friends and supporters know what to expect, he said.
Abueg also thanked the people for giving him the opportunity to be in public office.
All he asks is that they remember him as somebody who had served them.
They will miss him!
“Sa akin pong mga Kaibigan at lahat ng mga taga supporta,
Bagamat mabigat po para sa akin, alam po natin n magtatapos n po aq sa aking ikatlong termeno bilang konsehal ng Bayan,
Sa mga nagtatanong at umaasa kung tatakbo po ba aq sa mas mataas n Posisyon?
Hindi na po aq lalahok sa 2022 Election,
Naway ang aking 9 n taong tungkulin sa ating Bayan ay aking natugunan,
Tatapusin po natin ang lahat ng ating mga trabaho at parating n trabaho hanggang June 30, 2022,
Patuloy pa rin po tayong maghahatid ng tulong maliit man o malaki sa ating mga kababayan sa abot po ng ating kakayanan,
Layunin po ng post na ito n iparating sa ating mga kaibigan at taga supporta bago ang filling ng Certificate of Candidacy sa October 1-8,
Nais q din pong iparating sa inyo mula po s akin at sa aming Pamilya ang Taos Pusong pasasalamat sa pagkakataong ipinagkaloob po ninyo sa akin, na kayoy aking mapaglingkuran,
naway pagdating po ng araw maalala nyo pa rin n may isang AL ABUEG na naglingkod sa ating Bayan,
Maraming maraming salamat po!!!” Abueg posted.
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