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“(DIST. 1) Cong. Celso Lobregat is just amazing, he can draw a big crowd whenever he calls for it in his capacity as our top public official here,” one local political pundit was impressively awed.

“ Bien real c Cong. Celso! poreso, nuay kien cunele puede ace tumba, especialmente ste mga tiempo, cay talli se BBL( Bangso Moro Basic Law) bueno gayot le lli. Ya mira tu el hentio del lunes alla na Centro Latino? Dol jampack man kel?” one keen observer  described.

I WAS there but stayed not that long, and indeed, it was a very well-attended forum called by Cong. Celso Lobregat as I could see various stakeholders from the different sectors in our community attentively lending all their ears.

Unfortunately, to our doomsayers, Cong. Celso again overdid it.

“Cosa man se c Celso, porke le yan una cunese forum d Sen. Bongbong Marcos? Ese public hearing d Sen. Marcos pate d Cong. Rufus Rodriguez cay sila gayot debe sabe canaton cosa el sentido diaton cunese BBL, y hinde ese d Celso. Talli ya tamen le taman grandstanding ya tamen le,” lampooned one of his bitterest bitters here.

“He again jumped the gun on the issue, cosa ba le, dol ele ya lang man sabe na ese issue del BBL?,” another pessimist remarked.

IT was gathered from a reliable source in Congress that Sen. Bonbong Marcos, tasked to deal on this issue coming from the Upper Chamber, and Mindanao Cong. Rufus Rodriguez who heads the Ad-Hoc committee on the Lower House, will be arriving in ZC on Oct. 4 to hold the first public hearing in a series of consultations with the people of Mindanao on this very crucial with scores of contentious items yet to be thoroughly discussed before its passage the soonest possible as desired by Pres. Noynoy Aquino himself.

 Though, tentative in their itinerary, yet their group will definitely be here in due time to consult with all our sectors with regards to the BBL. The venue is said to be our huge City Coliseum.

WELL, as for Pencing, there’s really nothing wrong if Cong. Celso Lobregat holds his own, as well, for he ably represents our people too.

Nevertheless, as they say, you can’t please everybody, and so be it.

 Pabor lang, no kita man picon. If so, then you have yet to to grow and mature in politics, for many politicians in this country, are easily peeved on issues critical of them, especially  when under fire in the press.


DURING the city’s maiden celebration of “Celebracion de Victoria y Paz” last Sept. 29 in commemoration of our so-called ‘Triumph’ over the vanquished heavily armed MNLF -Misuari rebels that occurred last year of Sept, top national leaders— the likes of DILG Sec. Mar Roxas and Defense Sec. Voltaire Gazmin, graced its momentous event.

OUTSIDE city hall where the reception was held, folks in here were somewhat stunned to see the place heavily guarded by soldiers and police backed up by a phalanx of the military’s armored tanks lining up the street/s near city hall.

“IF only they’ll guard us( civilians) in this manner when they’re all seen in an exceptionally security-conscious stance, perhaps we can say, we’re  at-least, well secure and protected,” one city folk here was heard shabbily  commenting.

Ese el aton sentido comun ki, hinde’ ba?@

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