A video from ANC is doing the rounds online, where Mar Roxas is all praises for Davao City and Mayor Rodrigo Duterte for good governance. When the video was taken is not yet known though. But once thing is certain, the Mar Roxas speech occurred before Mayor Duterte changed his mind about running for the Presidency. Davao City has always been known for having a clear set of rules, these rules are steadfastly, reliably and consistently applied. You know exactly what is good citizenship and bad citizenship. Mar Roxas believes the entire country can benefit from the experience of Davao

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Presidential aspirant Mayor Rodrigo Duterte talks to reporters during a press conference in Cebu City to answer questions on certain issues that require his response. When asked about by Tina-Panganiban Perez of GMA News to talk about the scheduled meeting with the Nationalist People’s Coalition, Duterte responded that he has no definite idea about the said meeting. In fact, he said it was the first time he heard of such thing. But he said he heard about the planned conversation. Until now, “No invitation yet from the camp of the NPC, to attend any meeting with them or even somebody

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The NAIA is now once again at the center of a controversy after a netizen lambasted the abusive taxi operators at the NAIA Terminal that charges ridiculous taxi fares within Metro Manila ranging from P1000 pesos to P1800 pesos. The post generated angry reactions from the netizens who read the post and accused the Pnoy government of being indifferent to the Overseas Filipino workers, the usual victims of these abusive taxi operators. One Netizen commented, “The NAIA management aren’t doing anything about this because they get a cut from the taxi companies in our airport.” As of writing the post

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A viral photo of a policeman playing good Samaritan to an old woman has gone viral since it was posted yesterday by a netizen from Basilan. According to Ronda del Basilan, the old woman took the bus in Zamboanga City, hoping to reach Pagadian City with 50 pesos in her wallet. Pagadian is some 268 km away from Zamboanga City. According to my quick research, the bus fare from Zamboanga City to Pagadian City is more or less 370 pesos (aircon bus) and 320 pesos (non-aircon bus). Travel time from Zamboanga City to Pagadian City is 7 hours. However, before

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Beware of Taxi ‪#‎UWB666 started the post to warn the riding public of the danger that awaits them should they make the mistake of hailing this cab driver. A viral video is making the rounds on Facebook wherein the netizen shares her horrifying encounter with a taxi driver very recently. The netizen, Joanna Garcia narrated that she and her friend boarded a taxi in SM North Quezon City. As soon as they got inside, the taxi driver told them the fare is P250.00 which Joanna replied that she prefer to use the meter which she thought they had a deal.

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Manny Pinol, a close confidant of Mayor Rodrigo Duterte, enumerated the 10-point agenda of a Duterte Presidency to make food affordable to every Filipino family. The aim is to bring down the cost of food in the country during the Duterte Presidency and will provide as a the blueprint for generations and stop the cycle of hunger in the country. The close-aide of Duterte wrote that the Mayor has observed that the government’s agriculture programs over the years have strayed away from its main task which is to produce food to feed its people. As a longtime student of Philippine

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