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(Enlightenment—Passage of the Day)

Q. HOW LONG DOES MAN HAVE TO LIVE IN THIS SECULAR WORLD?

A.) “THE DAYS OF OUR YEARS ARE THREESCORE YEARS AND TEN; AND IF BY REASON OF STRENGTH THEY BE FOURSCORE YEARS, YET IS THEIR STRENGHT LABOUR AND SORROW; FOR IT IS SOON CUT OFF, AND WE FLY AWAY.”(PSALM 90:10). Email: jayfeliciano2@yahoo.com

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ALBEIT repeated calls, Zamcelco failed to answer for long as potential fire was in the offing that early evening along the main commercial street of Climaco Ave.(former Guardia National), last Thursday. Then, by the slimmest chance, perhaps, when placed a call for the last time, their one personnel finally answered, “Zamcelco.” With much exuded gusto, I intuitively sought his appropriate explanation as to why only now they managed to pick up their phone to answer an emergency call like mine. Keber se, dificil kita derecho llama ilaaucillodesteclase de emergencia. Finally, as dusk came,   I thought there was a heavy downpour going on, once again, in mi ciudad de latin. Akel gale’ ta regaya el aton bumbero cun aqel ila poste de coriente just a few steps away from my internet café, that was in flame already.

It took our nearby BFP city fire station to come to Zamcelco’s help, so as to put off the starting fire that was there already for hours on the verge to getting big, and would have triggered a huge inferno right at the center of Asia’s Latin, if further put on halt, due to Zamcelco nauseatingly failed response, or if ever they did, it was, so to speak, too late a hero.

See, how stupid we can be in many ways, when not responding aptly well to emergency calls?

Do something you, our top Zamcelco brass, for it means between life and death in a pernicious situation like what was appallingly and dismally displayed by this Zamcelco’s assigned maintenance crew in their designated AOR. Hoping and praying they’ll address such a bad observation from this corner. In most probability, this could be just a scrape of the surface.

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ADDING to its obviously countless woes, during the sudden heavy downpour(Was it Wednesday night?), at-least three of Zamcelco’s known vintage transformers blew off all of a sudden that left the whole main thoroughfares of Climaco Ave. and its adjoining major streets in total darkness. And what we learned, Zamcelco simply managed to restore power the following morning. Cuando pa man kita se maga buen plano diatom na Zamcelco puede man realize? EseIMC? And your other good news announcements about enhancing Zamcelco, at-last? Asta de anuncio yalang ba kita ste?

We’re calling out on all our elected board of directors headed by their prexyOmar Sahi. You’ve been serving right now on your extended respective tenures, and, surely, that’s the very reason why you’re there because most of you, if we’re made to believe, have yet your supposed unfinished works to do for the good of Zamcelco. Na, ansina yalang ba se clase de rason? You’re there because you want to prove to all of us, member-consumers, that you can turn around things for the better, as far as affording better power service to us, member-consumers, that you always profess, are the real owners of the power coop, here. But, it looks like you’re giving more frustrations, more headaches and heartaches to your own member-consumers, right now, numbering in hundred thousands. What’s wrong, you, the so-called Zamcelco top brass? Poreso, tiene rason akellos ta abla, “If you can’t do anything to improve Zamcelco under your watch, why keep on insisting to sit down there, just warming your seats, doing nothing concrete for the welfare of its own coop and its whole clientele—most of them, especially, the hapless marginalized income earners’ bracket, are paying their electric bills religiously and conscientiously? They’re even begging your sense of delicadeza, and yell for God’s sake, “Man resign yalang, por pabor!”

See, how they express their utter desperation for continuously being a flop?

THIS constructive criticism comes from the heart. Nothing personal, but based on all these ensuing crucial issues that have been hounding our poor and gravely cash-strapped Zamcelco that many are sadly saying on the brink of collapse right now, unless we do something solid and concrete with all honesty and sincerity to finally make things happen for the better in our power coop, and that’s our badly-in-shape Zamcelco.

Until then, God bless us all! (By Jun Feliciano) (30)




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