Spare Aglipayan Bishop’s death from partisan controversy, Tagoloan mayor says
Cagayan de Oro City (7 October) -- Mayor Bambi Emano of Tagoloan town, Misamis Oriental joins President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo’s call to spare Aglipayan Bishop Alberto Ramento’s death from partisan controversy.
We are one with the president in calling the detractors to refrain from throwing unfounded biased and malicious allegations over the Bishop’s death, said Emano, who is also the local chapter president of the League of Mayors of the Philippines (LMP).
“I pray that the rule of law would prevail and justice be given to Bishop Ramento,” he added.
Tagoloan mayor says strong peso good for economy
Meanwhile, Mayor Emano expressed elation over the continued strength the peso is gathering against the US dollar, saying that this is good for the country’s economy.
Emano, Misamis oriental Chapter President of the League of Mayors of the Philippines (LMP), said his municipality is one of the country’s dollar-inflow tributaries since about 5.17% of its town residents are overseas workers.
"Our town is contributing to the country’s effort of attaining a better and stable economy,” he added. (PIA 10) [top]