City of Cabuyao, Laguna – The days of Gat. Andres Bonifacio was one of the red mark on our calendars in the country, because the life of noted hero did not live like living in the present. And if we compare the past and present war is a difference. Because the war was almost blood and life investment, in exchange for the freedom we enjoy today. So the convenience of our lives today we owe to our heroes. Since now we will sleep peacefully, able to walk freely and expressed our thoughts and knowledge.


And if our hero lives today, surely they would be saying "
it’s so delicious to live here in Cabuyao City under the leadership of City Mayor Atty. Mel Gecolea,
City Vice Mayor Sonny Aguillo and their entire City Council.
Because every Bonifacio Day  almost give a free services like Free Medical and Dental Mission,
Blood letting, Job Fair, free eye check - ups and free eye glasses for senior citizens along with other free services. "
So always remember that our freedom enjoyed in the current period 
should be grateful to our heroes who gave their blood and lives.
The celebration of Bonifacio Day this year - celebrated annually in the city of Cabuyao and is always held at Bonifacio Street,
Brgy. Poblacion Dos under the leadership of Barangay Captain Michael "Jojo" Dalmacio.
Some of the attendees were Barangay Captain Ramon Refrea of ​​Brgy. Poblacion tres.
Andrés Bonifacio y de Castro (November 30, 1863 - 10 May 1897) was a Filipino nationalist and revolutionary. 
Nicknamed the "Father of Confederation". He is the founder and later became a movement Katipunan Supremo intended
to achieve the independence of the Philippines from Spain and started the Philippine Revolution.
He is also some historians as being the first President of the Philippines, but he is not officially recognized.
Bereaved parents early, at age of 14. 
He became a salesman and rattan fan made of paper .
He has also worked as being a clerk, sales agents and bodegista (warehouseman).
He likes to read the novels of Jose Rizal and founded the La Liga Filipina, where he joined  Apolinario Mabini.
In establishing the Katipunan, Andres Bonifacio was recognized as being the "Father of the Revolution" in the Philippines
. Bonifacio and his colleagues at Confederation has one goal that probably led to their struggle will be successful.



In 1918, the Philippines government tried to find the remains of Andres Bonifacio in Maragondon.
According to a group of government officials, former rebels and a man introduced himself as a former inmate of Bonifacio,
found his bones as a plantation kawáyan on March 17, 1918.
Placed on the last remains of the management of the National Library Philippines,
and preserved in the Old Parliament Building (the current National Museum of the Philippines)
to lose the urn during the Battle of Manila 1945.