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(Enlightenment—Passage of the Day)

Q.) HOW DO WE PRAY TO OUR FATHER ALMIGHTY IN HEAVEN?

A.) WHEN THOU PRAYEST, ENTER INTO THY CLOSET, AND WHEN THOU HAST SHUT THY DOOR, PRAY TO THY FATHER WHICH IS IN SECRET, AND THY FATHER WHICH SEETH IN SECRET SHALL REWARD THEE OPENLY.” (MATTHEW  6:6). Email: jayfeliciano2@yahoo.com

NO VIOLATIONS SO FAR FOR UPCOMING       MAY 14 BRGY./SK POLLS

GOOD. There has been no violation whatsoever of any Comelec rules and regulations, in the light of the ongoing filing of their CoCs that kicked off last April 15 to wind up April 21—speaking of, repeat, their CoC filings, alone. But, strict Comelec rules, to include its gun-ban, will move on, relative to the upcoming May14 Brgy. andSK elections, according to ZCPO spokesperson S/Insp. Sheila Mae Chang. This is fantastic, if true that most, if not all, are compliant of our strict Comelec rules & regulations for the forthcoming polls. Good luck, and may we all pray this Brgy./SK elections, nationwide, will be truly peaceful, honest and orderly under the Du30 dispensation!

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WHAT’S REAL SCORE ON TAXI PROSPECT?

DURING yesterday’s CH’s weekly regular press-briefing, LTFRB Regional Director Monte-Alto (Sorry, I failed to get his first name) was one of the resource persons. I’m glad I finally saw him in person, as I came across his name when one of our good friends Jerson Monte-Verde guested on my daily TV talk show on TV-13 the other day. Monte-Verde, to recall, is the chairman of their newly-organized Asia’s Latin Taxi Operators’ Cooperative (korek ba yo Mr. Monte-Verde?), whose dire willingness to bring back the taxi operation as public conveyance in la bella, remains in limbo, up to these days—notwithstanding, its reported launching they held early this year, after Mr. Monte-Verde graced in one of CH’s regular press-cons, and was made to believe that their initial (was it 15?) taxi units would be finally seen running the city’s main streets very soon. He invited the local media for its announced launching activity with free-ride bonus afforded to members of the fourth estate here, and that it’d be held in his turf somewhere in Brgy. Pasonanca in a week’s time (Was it a Saturday that very same week period?).

BUT, to our chagrin, with all due respect to Mr. Monte-Verde, up to now, no sighting, not even a shadow, of any of its taxi units, has been noted. So, what’s really the real score here, in so far as this one highly-premiere business public conveyance, is concerned? What’s wrong with its application Mr. LTFRBDir. Monte-Alto? ZC arguably needs this type of public conveyance, as it’s even—many are saying,  long overdue. Keber, highly-urbanized dao, peroni un taxi nuay kita man operate. Ke makahuya!

“You go around other key cities in Mindanao, their taxis abound for their own people to hire for comfort, and their fares reasonable to pay. I don’t understand why our city can’t do this,” observed dismally one concerned citizen, here.

Tulang ba, manada diatom ki. (By Jun Feliciano) (30)




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