Manifesting yan? Rizal Rep. Dino Tanjuatco wished to be a congressman years ago
Becoming a member of Congress had always been a dream for Rizal Rep. Dino Tanjuatco.
Years before he successfully ran as Rizal representative, Tanjuatco made his wish known to the universe by writing his goal on a mini hot air balloon and releasing it to the sky.
In a Facebook post, Tanjuatco shared a photo of him with the mini hot air balloon, which had the word “Congress” written on it.
He said he wanted to serve as a legislator to continue what his father had started.
He also knows he could do a lot by becoming a member of Congress, he said.
It looks like the universe listened to his wish as he is now a member of the House of Representatives.
But while he may have achieved his dream, it does not end there.
He has more work to do to bring progress, livelihood opportunities, and health and education services to his district, he said.
He’s living the dream!
“#FlashbackFridate: Kuha ito ilang taon na rin ang nakalipas, bago pa ang pandemic.
May pinuntahan kaming lugar kung saan isusulat mo sa mini-hot air balloon ang mga pangarap mo bago ito paliparin.
Isa sa mga isinulat ko ang Congress.
Una dahil gusto kong ipagpatuloy ang sinimulan ni Daddy. Pangalawa dahil alam kong malaki ang maitutulong kung may sarili tayong distrito at sariling kinatawan sa Kongreso.
At ngayon nga ay natupad na ang pangarap nating ito. Kaya mga ka-D2, maniwala lang kayo sa inyong kakayahan. Basta’t malinis ang inyong hangarin, mag-focus at mag-pursigi, hindi imposible ang pangarap.
Pero natupad man ang isa sa pangarap natin, hindi naman nagtatapos dito ang trabaho natin para sa Progreso. Kaya tulong-tulong po tayo para sa Kaunlaran, Kabuhayan, Kalusugan at Karunungan ng D2!
P.S. Umuulan kasi noong time na yun kaya naka-raincoat si wifey Tet.
#DitoTayo,” Tanjuatco posted.
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