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(BY: JUN FELICIANO) “And whoever was not found written in the book of life was cast into the lake of fire.” (Revelation 20: 14)

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THERE are two books in Heaven, and these the book of works and the book of life. The book of works is where all our deeds and misdeeds are written that by which we’re judged accordingly. The book of life is the book where the names of those saved and destined to be in Heaven with our Lord Almighty, are recorded. And, if those whose names can’t be found in the book of life, they’ll all be surely cast unto the lake of fire. Email: jayfeliciano2@yahoo.com

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LTO-9 has continuously warned all vehicle operators that do not have their legal documents— like equipped with proper franchises, they’re all the object of LTO9’s sustained crackdown for their supposed violation (of the Rep. Act 4136).

LTO-9 Operations Chief Shan Amilahassan on Thursday said they’ll not stop from strictly implementing their traffic code, more so on colorum vehicles plying their routes illegally— hence injurious to their  lives and of their own passengers incase a road mishap occurs.

“Because, they don’t have any proper documents, like the required franchises, as we’re also mandated to protect the interest and welfare of the riding public and of those with franchises,” Amilahassan clarified.

He cautioned all colorum vehicle owners not to attempt operating for their own sake and of their passengers, as well.

“If they keep on operating illegally, meaning without the necessary franchises, and also in the absence of a proper insurance, then they’re just likened to any private vehicle without getting anything, incase of a road accident,” Amilahassan elucidated.

“At the end of the day, we’re giving justice and fairness to those vehicle owners with franchises—meaning with legal documents, compared to those operating illegally,” the LTO-9 operations chief pointed out.

“Tupao le, bosing,” c Bogs ya tamen yaman sabiondo.

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THE NFA in here is said amply prepared with all their rice stocks well in place, incase of any fortuitous events, like quakes added with the tsunami, floods, landslides and etc.

THIS was assured on Friday(Sept. 12) by NFA Provincial Manager Gaudencio “Boy” Nuega, Jr.

“We’re dispersing rice to the provinces like in Pagadian City, Sibugay as well as Zamboanga del Norte. We have nothing to worry, as we have adequate rice in our bodegas here at NFA warehouses in Brgy. San Roque,” Nuega informed.

Procurement of rice, meaning harvest time is fast approaching, henceforth rice sufficiency remains on a high note, according to Nuega.

NUEGA said they expect their last rice shipment of some 122,000 bags for this year on the last week of this month (Sept).

“We also have enough rice stock in our bodegas right now with about 300,000 bags (of rice),”  he revealed.

AND, in times of calamities of large proportion(God forbid!) “we’re there ready to help, as far as rice is concerned. This is the reason why right now, we’re dispersing rice to other areas of the region,” Nuega explicated.

“Mas bueno kel preparao, cay ora-ora, nusabe kita cosa ay ace,” c Bogs ya tamen yan score.

Deberasan gat se, c, (buyak lang!) ay susede? Na cosa caha’ kita ay ase? Preparao ba el aton ciudad, cay el gubierno local ta toma todo’ presiso para aber, ibita grande destroso na vida aton y na aton mga propiedad.

No lang gayot!@




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