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“ The very hairs in your head are all numbered.” ( Matthew 10: 30)

(Words of Enlightenment)

THIS is being told and revealed in the Scriptures for mankind to be enlightened that to man it’s impossible but to God nothing is impossible. He can exactly guess correctly  what’s to man considered as unfathomable— like counting the multitudes of the birds flying up the sky or even the sands we step on the shorelines of the sea. Email:


 OUR police in ZC bluntly stated that Misuari’s kin can verily occupy the renegade leader’s raided house in Brgy. San Roque, as if saying, “No problem but…”

THERE’s always the “but”; “unless” and/or “on condition” that follows to it.

AND so, ZCPO director S/Supt. Angelito Casimiro, during last Monday’s weekly City Hall press briefing, was frank enough to react to the press, that Prof. Nur Misuari— still considered by many in the MNLF ranks & file as their Overall Chieftain, supposedly remains a fugitive under our law- although his family can legally occupy their house in mi ciudad de Zamboanga anytime.

 CASIMIRO, however, appeared strongly pointing out that incase  Misuari’s next-of-kin opts to occupy it anew, the authorities, like the PNP, have all the right to interrogate them as there are lots of questions that have remained unanswered, and the need to unlock them in connection with the Sept. 9 infamous “Zamboanga Siege” last year.

 RECALL, there were many lives that were lost and so much damage to properties done when heavily armed MNLF rebels supposedly under Misuari’s leadership, attacked at-least 5 main barangays situated within the city’s five kilometer radius dawn of Sept. 9.

THE mayhem lasted about 3 weeks— leaving some 200 people killed, and the affected villages utterly rendered devastated.

LIKE any ordinary case/s linked to any heinous crime/s, under our laws, suspects can be taken in for questioning. That’s basically our policies allowed by the Law of our land in this country.

“Korek ba lli c bosing, Atty. Kim?” aba c Bogs ta pregunta man gayot, encalor cun su bosing.

MIsuari continues to be in hiding, eluding arrest from our pursuing gov’t operatives tasked to effect his arrest and/or capture after hard evidence was found in his house when swooped down by our troops in the aftermath of the standoff, sometime the month of October last year.


DAVAO CITY- I’m still in this city, known for its delicious Dulian, and this is my 10th day  spiritual sojourn with the Kingdom of Jesus Christ—a non-religious/ non- denominational  sect, but purely spiritual, on call for all humanity to better repent in the last days to come that’s zeroing on us day by day.

AND, with me in the group, still in here to complete our spiritual journey till SundY(Sept. 7) are the following:  Zamboanga City)—Bro. Jery Vale ( Region-9 Coordinator), Bro. Romeo Madulid( Area Coordinator),  Edna Madulid; Jonalyn B. Manuel, Virginia S. Canto; Candelaria Fernan, Mila Deloso(Ipil Area Coordinator), Romeo Deloso( Ipil Area Coordinator), Felimon Villarin, Julio Villarin,  Encarnacion Dayohan, Mely Rumangat, Erna Villarin, Nick Villarin; (KLC-Ipil): Saulo Dacuba, Arlene Bacon; (KLC- Dipolog City): Rolando Matinong, Alfe N. Matinong, Ernalita R. Villarin, Leoncia M. Ortiz, Jane B. Nercua, Nelban O. Nercua, Nikcodemus A. Villarin and Ferdinand J. Ortiz.

LAST, but not least, is yours truly. Ulihi lang kita pirmi. Hehehe.

BUT, there’s a strong saying in the Scriptures; “The first can be last, and the last can be first.” Mapait!@

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