Tuesday, 21 February 2017 13:30
(Enlightenment—Passage of the Day)
WE NEED REPENTANCE FOR SALVATION
Without repentance, we have no right whatsoever to talk about our own Salvation, In short, there’s no Salvation to talk about. The Bible says, “Repent ye: for the kingdom of Heaven is at hand.” (Matthew 3: 2). Email: email@example.com
MAYOR BENG HITS BACK AT CRITICS
MAYOR Beng, after all, was right.
“Porke? during their days in City Hall, don’t tell these major incidents weren’t happening, also.”
THAT was her candid reply to the media in yesterday’s regular weekly CH news conference.
HER critics lashed her anew that whenever she’s out of town, heinous crimes are outlandishly occurring. The mayor herself, in her (opening) message yesterday, cited with deep concern, the three dastardly cases involving three young girls known to be PWDs (Persons with disabilities), who were all victims of alleged rapes in separate incidents last week. She called on the local PNP to do everything as they’re clothed with full police authority to effect the arrest of the culprits just within their territorial jurisdiction.
BENG CALLS DSWD TO SOLVE MENDICANCY
AT the same time, Mayor Beng Climaco-Salazar urged our social authorities( DSWD/ CSWDO) here to address their anti-mendicancy campaign in the city in more effective ways. She said that the mendicancy problem in the city has even mounted, with the presence of these deportees dropped here while arriving our local port coming from Sabah, Malaysia. Filipino deportees from Sabah where the massive crackdown against all their illegal has been intense since it first launched such a campaign decades ago.
ZCWD VOWS TO GIVE INFO ON P900 M SUPPOSED REMITTANCES
ZCWD spokesman Edgar Baños appeared not in-the-know on this supposed issue that its water district owes its own hundred thousand member-consumers roughly P900 million in remittances for alleged oversight on its supposed collection efforts.
“Rest assure, Jun, we’ll check our records,” Baños answered.
Ok, as all the member-consumers are supposedly entitled to know their own vital utility firms’ daily operational activities, to include ZCWD. Am I right, Edgar? Just asking so we can reecho the same to all our concerned stakeholders-- that one commonly overlooked concern when it comes to financial matters: Transparency. This is one essential aspect that’s most-sought after by our concerned sectors when it comes to contracts involving public interest, that, almost always, takes its backseat—either, wittingly or unwittingly, being kept in the dark.
“El problema ki bosing, they simply take us( the member-consumers) for granted,” contesta c Bogs nuay ora.
“Hinde’ tamen siguru,” c Ador ya aclara.
‘Yo, quiere, quiere yon a iscuru,” na c Nado, el bangak, otro tan cuento.
CAAP MANAGER EXPLAINS AIRPORT HITCH
CAAP Area Manager Mohammad Rascal explained thoroughly well the ZCI airport snag that caused hours of no-flight activities last Saturday in our local airport as some flights, like those from Manila to Zamboanga and vise-versa, were cancelled. It was mainly due to a one asphalt paver machine that suffered its abrupt breakdown right in the middle of its run-
way that early morning-- hence cancellations of some flights scheduled on that day had to happen until everything went back normal later on that same day.
Well done you, CAAP Manager Rascal!
KEEP up the good work, sir. (By Jun Feliciano) (30)
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