CAMOTES, Cebu — PRIMETIME king Coco Martin has gone all out for AP Partylist on the last two days of campaigning with a visit to Camotes, Cebu City, Danao and Dalaguete. Accompanied by the members of Task Force 164, composed of Michael de Mesa, Raymart Santiago, Angel Aquino, John Prats, Marc Solis and John Medina, Martin enjoined his beloved Cebuanos to support his new partylist, Ako’y Pilipino, AP Partylist, under first nominee Rep. Ronnie Ong.
Ong made good on a promise to the residents of the island of Camotes when they met Coco Martin and Task Force 164. Camotes island was the first leg of the day which began with a motorcade and ended with a grand rally event where Task Force 164 members entertained the crowd. The highlight of the show was the performance of Coco Martin with rapper actors Smugglaz, Bassilyo, Happy and Sisa.
“Hindi po ako mapapahiya sa inyo sa pagsuporta ko kay Rep. Ronnie Ong dahil napatunayan na po nya na siya ay isang masipag na naglilingkod sa bawat Pilipino. Lalo na nitong pandemya kung saan siya ay naghatid ng tulong sa mga manggagawang nawalan ng trabaho, mga estudyante, mga senior citizens at mga transport workers,” explained Coco Martin to the crowd.”Kaya’t ibigay po natin ang suporta sa 164 AP Partylist ngayong ika-9 ng Mayo. Bigyan natin sila ng pagkakataon na pagsilbihan tayo at iangat ang buhay ng bawat Pilipino,” added Martin.
May 6 ended with a motorcade through the streets of the Tabuan area which were filled with eager fans and supporters of Coco Martin and Team AP. It was capped off with a grand rally in the evening with the team of Cebu City Vice Mayoral candidate Franklyn Ong. More than five thousand people attended the event which was filled with inspiring and entertaining performances by members of Task Force 164 as weell as the hot dance moves of Coco Martin.
The last day of the campaign for Coco Martin and Team AP began with a visit to Danao hosted by the Durano family led by Red Durano in the morning and then a grand rally in Dalaguete where second nominee Rey Tambis resides.
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