Saturday, 16 November 2013 00:00
THE WORD: “UNDER THE LORD’S NEW COVENANT, REPENTANCE IS WHAT WE NEED TO DO, BY SURRENDERING OUR HUMAN WILL TO HIM, AND FROM NOW ON FOLLOW THE LORD’S WILL, UNCONDITIONALLY.”
HEINOUS crimes have started to grip in mi ciudad de Zamboanga, albeit the strong pronouncement from our law enforcers that ZC is gradually returning back to its normalcy.
AMID the assurance from our local PNP that crimes have even nosedived on the strength of the curfew hours imposed by the CMC due to the recent two behemoth crisis that triggered last September, the spate of wicked crimes in ZC has been on a roll, once again.
THE spooky incidents reeled off Monday night (Nov. 11)—killing at-least 2 people and wounding 11 others-- including Ayala Brgy.Captain Didy Libreros, who are all running for the Nov. 25 special barangay polls.
The gruesome grenade-throwing incident was reportedly carried out by two-motorcycle-riding bomb suspects who must have gone scot-free, as we hear no words from them up to now.
THOUGH, we heard suspects are being eyed by our police probers, yet no arrest of any suspect we have ever heard of from our local police as of yet.
THE gravely injured incumbent Ayala brgy. chair and his whole team, we heard well, have remained the sentimental favorites to win in their bloodshed-turf come its crucial 3-cornered contest for its top brgy. post.
THEN, on Thursday morning (Nov. 14), another bloody incident erupted when ex-Tungawan Mayor Arsenio Climaco was shot dead while his wife and a grandson were seriously wounded while en-route to attend the 29th death anniversary of ZC’s late legendary Mayor Cesar C. Climaco. They were on board their Pajero when attacked by gunmen riding tandem on their getaway single motorcycle while cruising the San Bernardino bridge in Brgy. Guiwan bound for Mt. Abong-Abong in Upper Pasonanca where the commemoration rites in honor of the slain legendary Zamboangueño mayor, who was himself assassinated in the morning of Nov. 14,l984, was being conducted.
ON the same day, hours later, a businessman( a certain Mr. Tan) was shot and injured while his driver( a certain Saavedra, according to my grapevine) was
pumped with a bullet/s in the nape and died on the spot while driving home bound for the east direction.
THE sudden upsurge of gun-related incidents in mi ciudad de Zamboanga after a little of the lull, apparently, has disabused our minds that ZC is now back to its normalcy.
THE nicety in them ( law enforcers), though, is when they implore such advantages about having to prolong or even set it permanently, as crimes during the period of from 12midnight up to 4am the following day, a zero crime rate has been registering in their police journals based at its ZCPO central station.
“ARE we being screwed up here?” aba c Bogs yaman ingles.
“We’re fed with rubbish excuses,” yan ingles tamen c Ador.
“Can’t they just say so they’re simply helpless, worse incompetent,” c Nado nuay atrasa, yan slang tamen.
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