MANILA, Philippines — The National Historical Commission of a Philippines (NHCP) and a internal supervision of General Trias in Cavite denounced final Monday a chronological pen of a internal favourite and initial clamp boss of a Philippines, General Mariano Trias, a hundred years after a locality famous as a city of Malabon was named after him.
The NHCP and internal officials also sealed a certificate of send and acceptance of chronological marker.
The locality became General Trias on Feb. 24,1920, after Act No. 2889 consecrated by Emilio Virata was authorized renaming a city after one of a many famous sons.
“The NHCP was consecrated to place a chronological pen of General Trias relic in respect of his intrepidity and grant to achieving a independence.” NHCP executive executive Carminda Arevalo said.
“We need to revitalise a suggestion of General Trias to be famous by today’s girl and a subsequent generation. let us put a destiny in a right instruction and in a calm of a dear city, let us uphold, urge together, assistance one another, for a consequence of a dear favourite General Mariano Trias,” Ferrer said.
Around hundreds of city officials and encampment leaders attended a chronological eventuality of a on-going city of Cavite.
“Dati po ay natatandaan ko, ang isinisigaw ng mga barker sa mga biyahe ng jeep sa mga pasahero ay Malabon, Malabon.’ Yan po ay tawag sa Bayan ng General Trias noong mga panahon ng mga Kastila.” Kaya po Malabon ay noong unang panahon tender po ay puno ng mga punong kawayan ang bayan ng Heneral Trias kaya dito nakuha ang katagang ‘Malabong’. Congressman Luis Ferrer tells a story.
Hundred years ago, so a city deserves a name for a town’s hero, General Trias.