MANILA, Philippines – As the election date draws nearer, JCI Philippines, the first nationally organized leadership development organization in Asia, sustains its voter’s education digital initiatives through its Ambag Ko Rehistro Boto campaign. One of this online forum – Ambagan ng Bayan – has launched a special series of interviews with senatorial candidates through its multiple Facebook pages. The program will be putting senatorial candidates for the 2022 elections in the hot seat, facing JCI youth panelists to discuss the nation’s most relevant events and issues.
Among the first set of senatorial candidates interview that took place this month are Atty. Chel Diokno, Atty. Alex Lacson, David d’Angelo, Samira Gutoc and Atty. Luke Espiritu. While the upcoming set will start tomorrow, April 1 with Elmer Labog, followed by Atty. Neri Colmenares and Roy Cabonegro.
Moderated by millennials and Gen-Z JCI members from chapters nationwide, Ambagan ng Bayan gives each senatorial candidate a chance to discuss their platforms and advocacies concerning broad topics with regard to environment, education, divorce, corruption, revisionism, disinformation and more. The candidates will also answer different questions from the panelists and live audience in the comments section.
JCI Philippines aims to encourage the public to vote wisely and choose the right candidate fit for the position. Ambagan ng Bayan streams live every Thursdays at 8:30 PM in Ambagkoph, JCI Philippines, JCI Senate Philippines, JCI Iloilo and JCI Senate Iloilo Facebook pages. Followers may catch next the interview episode with partylist nominee Jude Acidre of Tingog Partylist and Atty. Rowena Guanzon on PWD.
The Ambag Ko campaign also features youth oriented online forum Tito Tuesdays that has interviewed more than 30 student leaders and first-time voters from different universities and colleges. This online session also airs live in its online pages aimed to tackle various concerns and thoughts of young voters that makeup critical factors in their choosing of the country’s next leader.
To learn more visit ambagko.ph for more information and follow the campaign @ambagkoph on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for more updates.