He might be already seated at the House of Representatives, but Ifugao Representative Teddy Baguilat Jr. still misses local politics.
The politiko said he missed being a governor when he was interviewed by the UNFPA Programs about his accomplishments as a provincial chief executive in reducing maternal.
He was also asked about establishing the Ayod Community Health teams in Ifugao.
“While I was reminiscing about our health programs that were supported by foreign agencies like UNFPA, I realized that I do miss being a governor where you can feel the impact of your work for the people immediately,” said Baguilat.
“And theres less interference of national politics in one’s decision making. Haggiyo!” the politiko.
Well, the midterm polls is just around the corner, Cong. Teddy.