“Asahan niyo po na bibigyan ko po kayo ng tapat na serbisyo.”
Thus said former Special Assistant to the President and 2019 senatorial candidate Christopher Lawrence “Bong” Go to victims of a fire in Barangay Moonwalk, Parañaque City last Jan. 8
Go guaranteed that their situation will eventually improve because he will be there to help them.
He recently visited Barangay Moonwalk to deliver needed assistance to fire victims. He listened to their concerns and provided comfort to them.
Go distributed clothes, shoes, grocery items, food packs, meals, and cash assistance to the many residents affected by the fire. Residents were very grateful for the help provided by Go and his supporters.
“Kahit saang sulok ng Pilipinas ay aking papasukin, sa abot ng aking makakaya. Basta hanggang kaya ng panahon ay magseserbisyo po ako sa inyo,” Go told the fire victims.
The former SAP also informed residents that he will contact his former colleagues in the government such as those in the National Housing Authority for additional assistance needed by the fire victims.
The destroyed at least 50 houses, left 120 families homeless, killed three persons, and damage property amounting to P500,000.
The fire of unknown origin rapidly razed Barangay Moonwalk and caught residents off guard.
Parañaque Bureau of Fire Protection Investigation Section chief Insp. Mark Tuto said the fire that reached fourth alarm began around 2:45 p.m. and was put out past 5 p.m.