By Villamor Visaya Jr. | Inquirer.net
CITY OF ILAGAN, Isabela, Philippines — About 20,000 Isabela supporters of presidential aspirant Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. trooped to the streets of this city on Sunday, Nov. 21, to join the grand caravan dubbed as the “Unity Ride for BBM” (the initials for Bongbong Marcos).
About 10,000 participants on motorcycles and cars came from the 34 towns and three cities of this Northern Luzon province. But most of them were from Cabagan, Cauayan City, Santiago City, Ilagan City, San Mariano, and Roxas.
Ruben Molina Jr., one of the coordinators, said they toured the main thoroughfares in this city and later trooped to Cauayan City with a barker chanting the “Bagong Lipunan” slogan of Marcos, whose father, the late President Ferdinand Marcos Sr., hails from Ilocos Norte.