Former senator Ferdinand Marcos Jr. on Monday brought his “Pasasalamat Tour” to Mandaluyong City (Metro Manila) where he thanked City Hall officials led by Mayor Menchie Abalos, her husband and former Mandaluyong City Mayor Benhur Abalos, father-in-law and former Commission on Elections Chairman Benjamin Abalos and city residents for their overwhelming support to his vice presidential bid in the May elections.
Marcos won by more than 27,000 votes in Mandaluyong City over his closest rival.
He vowed to continue his public service, saying it is the only way he could repay the tremendous trust and confidence the people have been giving him.
“For a public servant like me, there is no greater honor than being able to give hope to the people and repay them for their trust in me. I thank you all. Rest assured that I will continue to serve you, my dear countrymen,” Marcos said in Filipino.
The former senator is going around the country to personally thank those who helped him during the recent elections.