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Goodbye Mr. President, hello Congressman

If Lucas Cabrera was a ruthless and unscrupulous leader in the drama series, Manzano, in real life, is affable and willing to be of service to the people of San Juan. But, of course, not like the mayor of the city that has the authority in running the day-to-day administration of the city, Manzano is assuring the San Juanenos that he will be by the mayor’s side in delivering the services to their constituents, if elected

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Arnell Ignacio says bye bye OWWA, hello Juan

Arnell said, “I think I was able to serve the people in many ways I could in the past years that the President (Rodrigo Duterte) has appointed me to first the Pagcor and second to OWWA. I think I’d like to go back to being a private citizen again, and when there would be offers for me to go back to show business, I’d seriously consider them.”

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Mid-Term Polls as referendum on Pres. Duterte?

“The Philippine mid-term election is a referendum on the leadership of President Duterte” and whether voters still want him to continue with his policies and reforms, Institute for Political and Electoral Reform Executive Director Ramon C. Casiplesaid recently at the non-partisan Pandesal Forum in Quezon City’s pioneer 80-year-old Kamuning Bakery Café.

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Bong Revilla wants to revive audience’s interest in action movies

If given the chance, former senator Bong Revilla (now gunning for another six-year term in the Senate), he’d like to revive Filipino audience’s interest in action movies, which have dominated the local screens for decades.

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Tikoy for Caloocan’s 10,000 urban poor

Christopher Lawrence “Bong” Go on Feb. 1. Friday morning. along with members of the Anvil Business Club shares 10,000 free tikoy with urban poor communities in Caloocan City---5,000 tikoy to Camarin area and 5,000 tikoy to Barracks area, both in the north part of Caloocan City.

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