Governor Bong Lacson and Vice Governor Jeffrey Ferrer led the inauguration and turnover of the OISCA Dormitory and Classroom Building at the OISCA Bago Training Center in Brgy. Tabunan, Bago City, Thursday (Dec 17).
The activity started with the blessing of the building and ribbon cutting ceremony, followed by a short program where the symbolic key was turned over by the provincial officials to the training center’s directors, Shigemi Watanabe and Thelma Watanabe.
The building is expected to house Negrense farmers who will undergo silk production training, that aims to give them more livelihood opportunities in the country and abroad.It will also house Negrense students who will undergo Japanese culture and language training, particularly the provincial government scholars.
Gov. Lacson said that he hopes OISCA will continue its commitment to help many Negrenses through their in-house trainings.Vice Gov. Ferrer said that the project is also made possible because of the teamwork and partnership of the top provincial officials.According to Thelma Watanabe, the building is a worthwhile project, which is a result of the strong partnership between the provincial government, OISCA (private sector), and the community whose common goal is to uplift the quality of life of the people.
Also present in the activity were Provincial Engineer Ernie Mapa, and former Valladolid Mayor, Engr. Romel Yogore, among others.