Angel Locsin, hinimok na magrehistro ang di pa nakapagparehistro para makaboto: “Our choice matters”

Angel Locsin, hinimok na magrehistro ang di pa nakapagparehistro para makaboto: “Our choice matters”

- Angel Locsin took to Instagram to impart an important Independence Day message for her followers

- She said that the choice of every Filipino citizen matters in determining the country’s future

- The actress also said that everyone should understand that they are not just bystanders waiting to see what happens

- Finally, Angel said that Filipinos should fight for what they believe they deserve

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Angel Locsin posted her own Independence Day message on Instagram for her social media followers on the occasion of the 123rd Philippine Independence Day.

Angel Locsin, hinimok na magrehistro ang di pa nakapagparehistro para makaboto: “Our choice matters”
Photo: Angel Locsin (@therealangellocsin)
Source: Instagram

The actress began by reminding everyone that Independence Day is all about each and everyone doing their part in taking active participation in changing the course of the country’s fate.

“On this day of independence, it is time we break free from the circumstance of chance and take full charge of changing the course of our fate,” Angel wrote in her post.

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She also said that general elections are fast approaching and it is time for all citizens to think about who they’re going to vote into office as these elected officials are the ones shaping the fate of the country.

“With #Halalan2022 on the horizon, we are no longer just standing by the sidelines, because we know much better: our choice matters,” the actress said in her post.

Angel then said that Pinoys deserve “a better Philippines.”

“A better Philippines is what we, as Filipinos, want and deserve. A Philippines that stands for and with our people; a Philippines that does not discriminate or hate. Now is the time that we fight for what we deserve,” she wrote.

The actress also reminded everyone that as stakeholders of the country, it is important to ensure everyone helps in carving the path to a stronger democracy and greater accountability in terms of governance.

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“As stakeholders of this great nation, we are committed to forge the path to a stronger democracy, accountable governance, and a renewed Philippines,” Angel said.

The actress then encouraged those who are eligible to vote to register early so they can vote in the coming elections.

“Claim your power to appoint equitable officials by registering to vote before September 30, 2021. Let’s do our part. You may register to vote now,” Angel said.

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Angelica Locsin Colmenares, better known as Angel Locsin, is a Filipino TV and movie actress, commercial model, film producer, as well as fashion designer. She was born on April 23, 1985 in Santa Maria, Bulacan, Philippines. She rose to fame for her TV role as Alwina in the fantaseries Mulawin, and lateron as superheroine Darna. Angel was with GMA Network up to 2007 until she moved to rival ABS-CBN. She starred as Lyka in the network’s TV series Lobo, earning her an International Emmy Award nomination for her performance. She also appeared in various films like In the Name of Love and One More Try. She gained critical acclaim for her performances in both movies.

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About a month ago, Angel organized a community pantry, which later ended in tragedy. Aside from the old man who died while waiting for his turn at the pantry, several others turned up positive for COVID-19. Most of them were from Barangay Holy Spirit in Quezon City where Angel set up her community pantry. As a result, the City Epidemiology and Disease Surveillance Unit (CESU) of Quezon City asked those who went to Angel’s community pantry to have themselves tested for the virus.

Even the mayor of Quezon City, Mayor Joy Belmonte, said that they need to contact-trace around 10,000 people. While those who went to Angel’s community pantry did not reach 10K, those who went there might have been in contact with other people, making it necessary for the city to contact-trace that many.

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