latest from Cebu Opinion
IF THERE was one thing reassuring in yesterday's transition activities in Cebu City, it is the statement of Councilor Mary Ann de los Santos that the construction of the new Cebu City Medical Center (CCMC) building would be completed.
ORDINARILY, only the funerals of heroes are extremely well attended. So, was Jaguar a hero that a staggering two thousand five hundred warm bodies showed up for his funeral?
RODRIGO Duterte wasn't the only one who held an inaugural yesterday as the country's 16th president; Mario Leonor “Leni” Robredo did too, as the country's 14th vice president.
-- From President Duterte's inaugural speech
TWO thousand five hundred went out for suspected drug lord “Jaguar” burial in Cebu City.
The police must have assigned a photographer for free, and surely, they'll keep copies.
WE have seen the specter of war. A horrifying image of a slightly wounded police trooper finished off with a single shot to the head by a Muslim guerrilla.
PERHAPS at no other time in the past had so much hope and so much fearful uncertainty hung over a change of administration as today’s transfer of power.
I KNEW I had to get out of the city when I saw the photo of Jeffrey “Jaguar” Diaz’s burial the other day.
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