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Alvarez appreciates
Cojuangco’s support

BY CARLA GOMEZ
Negros Occidental Vice Governor Genaro Alvarez Jr. yesterday said he appreciates the support of business tycoon Eduardo Cojuangco for him and his team, and there is nothing wrong with it.

Alvarez was a reacting to a letter furnished the media yesterday that was reportedly sent out by the Eduardo Cojuangco Foundation to the Projects COPS scholars of the business tycoon in Negros.

The vice governor, who is running for governor under the Nationalist People’s Coalition, said he is aware that Cojuangco sent out letters soliciting support for him and the NPC bets in Negros Occidental.

A copy of the letter supposedly signed by Cojuangco above the name “Danding” states that he continues to receive positive feedback on how his Project COPS in Negros had improved the performance of police officers in the province.

The letter of Cojuangco goes on to seek their personal support for his advocacy of promoting good governance.

“Let us collectively and strongly give our support to our public servants whose stated platform of governance best addresses the concerns of our constituents and the challenges of the times,” the letter further states.

Attached to the letter is a list of candidates in Negros Occidental he is supporting.*CPG

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