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Sylvia Sanchez proud of son Arjo Atayde’s first SONA: ‘Be a good public servant like I know you will be’

Veteran actress Sylvia Sanchez shares her advice on her eldest son’s first month as a congressman in Quezon City.

Sylvia Sanchez proud of son Arjo Atayde’s first SONA: ‘Be a good public servant like I know you will be’-Rhea Manila Santos
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07/29/2022 09:01 AM
Sylvia Sanchez proud of son Arjo Atayde’s first SONA: ‘Be a good public servant like I know you will be’
Photo credit to @sylviasanchez_a Instagram

After her eldest son Arjo Atayde’s successful first political bid in the national elections last May, actress Sylvia Sanchez shared just how proud she was to have attended the recent SONA (State of the Nation Address) with him. Arjo was sworn into office as a congressman of the first district of Quezon City earlier this month. 

READ: Arjo Atayde takes oath as a new Congressman of Quezon City

On her Instagram account last July 28, she wrote, “Still so surreal to have witnessed your first day in congress and to have walked the red carpet with you for the SONA. Di ko akalain darating ang araw na ‘to sa buhay natin. Keep at it, @arjoatayde! Your dad, siblings and I are so proud of you and will be here for you every step of the way  


“Be a good public servant like I know you will be. Serve and love your people the way they deserve  Congratulations Cong!”

READ: Sylvia Sanchez to take a break from acting after ‘Huwag Kang Mangamba’: ‘Napagod ako ng sobra’

Last week, Arjo also shared his first few steps as a congressman. He wrote, “Filed my first 6 bills in Congress and attended an alignment meeting with the mother of QC @mayorjoybelmonte . Thank you, once again, D1 QC for putting your faith and trust in me. Looking forward to serving you for the next 3 years. I promise that I won’t stop learning and I won’t stop working.”

READ: Arjo Atayde hopes government can give more support to the showbiz industry

After finishing work on the teleserye Huwag Kang Mangamba and Misis Piggy, Sylvia Sanchez announced she was taking a break from acting after doing back-to-back projects since 2016.