LAPU-LAPU CITY, Cebu — Three occupants of Lapu-Lapu City got additional endowments from Congresswoman Paz Radaza in the wake of arriving on the topnotchers' rundown in the October 2019 Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering Licensure Examination.
On two separate events, Congresswoman Paz Radaza granted money endowments to Rodette Chynne Naval, Lawrence Dane Balili and Raymond Espina.
Maritime was the seventh placer in the test while Balili and Espina tied on eighth spot.
Espina was given a declaration of acknowledgment and money blessing by Radaza on Monday, December 2 while Naval and Balili met with legislator on Friday, December 6.
Maritime, 21, is an alum of University of Cebu (UC) Main Campus and an inhabitant of Sitio Timpolok in Barangay Babag, Lapu-Lapu City.
In a telephone meet with CDN Digital, Naval said it was her dad, a UC teacher, who proposed to her about taking up Naval Architecture.
"I needed to be a designer however I didn't know about what sort of architect I needed to be so I contemplated Mechanical Engineering." says Naval.
Balili, 21, is likewise an alum from UC Main Campus and lives in Zone Litob, Barangay Calawisan.
It was his dad, a mechanical designer who works in a shipyard, who prompted him to take up Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering.
An occupant of Lapu-Lapu City's Barangay Poblacion, 22-year-old Raymond Espina, 22, additionally finished his degree at the UC Main Campus.
Espina was a researcher of "Eskolar sa Kaugmaon," which was financed by the Office of previous Congresswoman Aileen Radaza during her spell as Lapu-Lapu's solitary Congressional District Representative.
The undertaking is proceeded and extended by previous city hall leader and now Congresswoman Paz Radaza.
Radaza perceived the three achievers as "models of the new age."
She said they are a motivation to the adolescent and confirmations that budgetary troubles can't hold up traffic of accomplishment.
"He had generally excellent evaluations from that point forward. This is the motivation behind why he was given a full grant by the city)", Radaza said alluding to Espina.
Espina, 22, is the fourth kid among five kin and was a steady respect understudy at Saint Alphonsus Catholic School.
He said he cherishes math and designing courses.
With his abilities and aptitude, Espina said he would like to have the option to offer back to his individual Oponganons.