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Thursday, December 22, 2016

PAST PRESIDENTS SAY IT CAN'T BE DONE, DUTERTE MADE IT POSSIBLE

President Rodrigo Duterte may be considered as the most loved president of the Philippines. In spite of the negative media write-ups and reports, foreign and local alike, the Filipino people who voted for him are ready to defend him. Why? Because for a very long time, the common Filipino did not even see a glimpse of hope from the past presidents especially the OFWs. Everything changed when "Tatay Digong" came. He walk the talk and get things done. And this is why President Duterte is still popular. Free hospitals. Free education. Airport at Clark. NAIA is much much much better. And now he brings together all the big bosses of various private companies to be able to contribute to nation building in a big way. I know he's not perfect. Far from it. But this is the first time in my entire life that I actually don't mind seeing that income tax line on my payslip. He will continue to curse and fail at several things. But he will also continue to decide and act swiftly.       Top business tycoons like Manny V. Pangilinan, Ramon Ang, and Lucio Tan declare their support for the Duterte administration's bid to unleash the economic potential of violence-stricken Sulu.  During the  "Negosyo Para Sa Kapayapaan sa Sulu: Christmas Town Hall with the President", prominent businessmen gathered  to pledge support to President Rodrigo Duterte  to develop war torn Sulu  and create businesses that can benefit Sulu folks. Among the businessmen were SM's Tessie Sy-Coson, Lucio Tan and son Michael Tan, manny V. Pangilinan, Ramon Ang, Gawad Kalinga founder Tony Meloto, local government executives and Secretaries of the Duterte cabinet. The Guest Speaker  for the  event is President Rodrigo Duterte himself. According to agriculture Secretary Manny Piñol, the president kickstarted  the Save Sulu Project by ordering him to visit Sulu and see what could be done for the farmers and fisherfolks in the area. Piñol got in touch with Trade secretary Ramon Lopez and Presidential adviser on Entrepreneurship Joey Concepcion who got the idea of promoting entrepreneurship, linking farmers and fishermen of Sulu to big businesses. The effort spearheaded more business groups  to pledge support in different ways.       The pledges made are as follows:                             Aside from the abovementioned  commitments, trade chief Lopez said the government wants to partner with top retailers to help Sulu farmers and fishermen earn more.  His department has asked big companies like SM, Robinsons, Adobo Dragon Group, Rustan's Group, and Puregold "to allocate a specific space in their malls for free" to make products of small Sulu agri-entrepreneurs, farmers, and fishermen accessible to more buyers, said Lopez.  All of these efforts for the development  of Sulu and the peace campaign of the president will surely mean serious progress.            If all of these are unfolding before the Filipino people in President Duterte's term barely a year since he stepped up, a question must be ringing in everyone's mind: If all these things can be done, why is it only happening now? What are the past Presidents been doing in  their entire term?  Everyone has a right to believe anything they want to believe but President Rodrigo Duterte's accomplishments for the benefit of common filipinos with the help of the elite class will echo the positive effects of his leadership.


President Rodrigo Duterte may be considered as the most loved president of the Philippines.
In spite of the negative media write-ups and reports, foreign and local alike, the Filipino people who voted for him are ready to defend him. Why?
Because for a very long time, the common Filipino did not even see a glimpse of hope from the past presidents especially the OFWs. Everything changed when "Tatay Digong" came. He walk the talk and get things done.
And this is why President Duterte is still popular. Free hospitals. Free education. Airport at Clark. NAIA is much much much better. And now he brings together all the big bosses of various private companies to be able to contribute to nation building in a big way. I know he's not perfect. Far from it. But this is the first time in my entire life that I actually don't mind seeing that income tax line on my payslip. He will continue to curse and fail at several things. But he will also continue to decide and act swiftly. 

President Rodrigo Duterte may be considered as the most loved president of the Philippines. In spite of the negative media write-ups and reports, foreign and local alike, the Filipino people who voted for him are ready to defend him. Why? Because for a very long time, the common Filipino did not even see a glimpse of hope from the past presidents especially the OFWs. Everything changed when "Tatay Digong" came. He walk the talk and get things done. And this is why President Duterte is still popular. Free hospitals. Free education. Airport at Clark. NAIA is much much much better. And now he brings together all the big bosses of various private companies to be able to contribute to nation building in a big way. I know he's not perfect. Far from it. But this is the first time in my entire life that I actually don't mind seeing that income tax line on my payslip. He will continue to curse and fail at several things. But he will also continue to decide and act swiftly.       Top business tycoons like Manny V. Pangilinan, Ramon Ang, and Lucio Tan declare their support for the Duterte administration's bid to unleash the economic potential of violence-stricken Sulu.  During the  "Negosyo Para Sa Kapayapaan sa Sulu: Christmas Town Hall with the President", prominent businessmen gathered  to pledge support to President Rodrigo Duterte  to develop war torn Sulu  and create businesses that can benefit Sulu folks. Among the businessmen were SM's Tessie Sy-Coson, Lucio Tan and son Michael Tan, manny V. Pangilinan, Ramon Ang, Gawad Kalinga founder Tony Meloto, local government executives and Secretaries of the Duterte cabinet. The Guest Speaker  for the  event is President Rodrigo Duterte himself. According to agriculture Secretary Manny Piñol, the president kickstarted  the Save Sulu Project by ordering him to visit Sulu and see what could be done for the farmers and fisherfolks in the area. Piñol got in touch with Trade secretary Ramon Lopez and Presidential adviser on Entrepreneurship Joey Concepcion who got the idea of promoting entrepreneurship, linking farmers and fishermen of Sulu to big businesses. The effort spearheaded more business groups  to pledge support in different ways.       The pledges made are as follows:                             Aside from the abovementioned  commitments, trade chief Lopez said the government wants to partner with top retailers to help Sulu farmers and fishermen earn more.  His department has asked big companies like SM, Robinsons, Adobo Dragon Group, Rustan's Group, and Puregold "to allocate a specific space in their malls for free" to make products of small Sulu agri-entrepreneurs, farmers, and fishermen accessible to more buyers, said Lopez.  All of these efforts for the development  of Sulu and the peace campaign of the president will surely mean serious progress.            If all of these are unfolding before the Filipino people in President Duterte's term barely a year since he stepped up, a question must be ringing in everyone's mind: If all these things can be done, why is it only happening now? What are the past Presidents been doing in  their entire term?  Everyone has a right to believe anything they want to believe but President Rodrigo Duterte's accomplishments for the benefit of common filipinos with the help of the elite class will echo the positive effects of his leadership.




Top business tycoons like Manny V. Pangilinan, Ramon Ang, and Lucio Tan declare their support for the Duterte administration's bid to unleash the economic potential of violence-stricken Sulu.

During the  "Negosyo Para Sa Kapayapaan sa Sulu: Christmas Town Hall with the President", prominent businessmen gathered  to pledge support to President Rodrigo Duterte  to develop war torn Sulu  and create businesses that can benefit Sulu folks.
Among the businessmen were SM's Tessie Sy-Coson, Lucio Tan and son Michael Tan, manny V. Pangilinan, Ramon Ang, Gawad Kalinga founder Tony Meloto, local government executives and Secretaries of the Duterte cabinet.
The Guest Speaker  for the  event is President Rodrigo Duterte himself.
According to agriculture Secretary Manny Piñol, the president kickstarted  the Save Sulu Project by ordering him to visit Sulu and see what could be done for the farmers and fisherfolks in the area. Piñol got in touch with Trade secretary Ramon Lopez and Presidential adviser on Entrepreneurship Joey Concepcion who got the idea of promoting entrepreneurship, linking farmers and fishermen of Sulu to big businesses.
The effort spearheaded more business groups  to pledge support in different ways.





The pledges made are as follows:

President Rodrigo Duterte may be considered as the most loved president of the Philippines. In spite of the negative media write-ups and reports, foreign and local alike, the Filipino people who voted for him are ready to defend him. Why? Because for a very long time, the common Filipino did not even see a glimpse of hope from the past presidents especially the OFWs. Everything changed when "Tatay Digong" came. He walk the talk and get things done. And this is why President Duterte is still popular. Free hospitals. Free education. Airport at Clark. NAIA is much much much better. And now he brings together all the big bosses of various private companies to be able to contribute to nation building in a big way. I know he's not perfect. Far from it. But this is the first time in my entire life that I actually don't mind seeing that income tax line on my payslip. He will continue to curse and fail at several things. But he will also continue to decide and act swiftly.       Top business tycoons like Manny V. Pangilinan, Ramon Ang, and Lucio Tan declare their support for the Duterte administration's bid to unleash the economic potential of violence-stricken Sulu.  During the  "Negosyo Para Sa Kapayapaan sa Sulu: Christmas Town Hall with the President", prominent businessmen gathered  to pledge support to President Rodrigo Duterte  to develop war torn Sulu  and create businesses that can benefit Sulu folks. Among the businessmen were SM's Tessie Sy-Coson, Lucio Tan and son Michael Tan, manny V. Pangilinan, Ramon Ang, Gawad Kalinga founder Tony Meloto, local government executives and Secretaries of the Duterte cabinet. The Guest Speaker  for the  event is President Rodrigo Duterte himself. According to agriculture Secretary Manny Piñol, the president kickstarted  the Save Sulu Project by ordering him to visit Sulu and see what could be done for the farmers and fisherfolks in the area. Piñol got in touch with Trade secretary Ramon Lopez and Presidential adviser on Entrepreneurship Joey Concepcion who got the idea of promoting entrepreneurship, linking farmers and fishermen of Sulu to big businesses. The effort spearheaded more business groups  to pledge support in different ways.       The pledges made are as follows:                             Aside from the abovementioned  commitments, trade chief Lopez said the government wants to partner with top retailers to help Sulu farmers and fishermen earn more.  His department has asked big companies like SM, Robinsons, Adobo Dragon Group, Rustan's Group, and Puregold "to allocate a specific space in their malls for free" to make products of small Sulu agri-entrepreneurs, farmers, and fishermen accessible to more buyers, said Lopez.  All of these efforts for the development  of Sulu and the peace campaign of the president will surely mean serious progress.            If all of these are unfolding before the Filipino people in President Duterte's term barely a year since he stepped up, a question must be ringing in everyone's mind: If all these things can be done, why is it only happening now? What are the past Presidents been doing in  their entire term?  Everyone has a right to believe anything they want to believe but President Rodrigo Duterte's accomplishments for the benefit of common filipinos with the help of the elite class will echo the positive effects of his leadership.




President Rodrigo Duterte may be considered as the most loved president of the Philippines. In spite of the negative media write-ups and reports, foreign and local alike, the Filipino people who voted for him are ready to defend him. Why? Because for a very long time, the common Filipino did not even see a glimpse of hope from the past presidents especially the OFWs. Everything changed when "Tatay Digong" came. He walk the talk and get things done. And this is why President Duterte is still popular. Free hospitals. Free education. Airport at Clark. NAIA is much much much better. And now he brings together all the big bosses of various private companies to be able to contribute to nation building in a big way. I know he's not perfect. Far from it. But this is the first time in my entire life that I actually don't mind seeing that income tax line on my payslip. He will continue to curse and fail at several things. But he will also continue to decide and act swiftly.       Top business tycoons like Manny V. Pangilinan, Ramon Ang, and Lucio Tan declare their support for the Duterte administration's bid to unleash the economic potential of violence-stricken Sulu.  During the  "Negosyo Para Sa Kapayapaan sa Sulu: Christmas Town Hall with the President", prominent businessmen gathered  to pledge support to President Rodrigo Duterte  to develop war torn Sulu  and create businesses that can benefit Sulu folks. Among the businessmen were SM's Tessie Sy-Coson, Lucio Tan and son Michael Tan, manny V. Pangilinan, Ramon Ang, Gawad Kalinga founder Tony Meloto, local government executives and Secretaries of the Duterte cabinet. The Guest Speaker  for the  event is President Rodrigo Duterte himself. According to agriculture Secretary Manny Piñol, the president kickstarted  the Save Sulu Project by ordering him to visit Sulu and see what could be done for the farmers and fisherfolks in the area. Piñol got in touch with Trade secretary Ramon Lopez and Presidential adviser on Entrepreneurship Joey Concepcion who got the idea of promoting entrepreneurship, linking farmers and fishermen of Sulu to big businesses. The effort spearheaded more business groups  to pledge support in different ways.       The pledges made are as follows:                             Aside from the abovementioned  commitments, trade chief Lopez said the government wants to partner with top retailers to help Sulu farmers and fishermen earn more.  His department has asked big companies like SM, Robinsons, Adobo Dragon Group, Rustan's Group, and Puregold "to allocate a specific space in their malls for free" to make products of small Sulu agri-entrepreneurs, farmers, and fishermen accessible to more buyers, said Lopez.  All of these efforts for the development  of Sulu and the peace campaign of the president will surely mean serious progress.            If all of these are unfolding before the Filipino people in President Duterte's term barely a year since he stepped up, a question must be ringing in everyone's mind: If all these things can be done, why is it only happening now? What are the past Presidents been doing in  their entire term?  Everyone has a right to believe anything they want to believe but President Rodrigo Duterte's accomplishments for the benefit of common filipinos with the help of the elite class will echo the positive effects of his leadership.

President Rodrigo Duterte may be considered as the most loved president of the Philippines. In spite of the negative media write-ups and reports, foreign and local alike, the Filipino people who voted for him are ready to defend him. Why? Because for a very long time, the common Filipino did not even see a glimpse of hope from the past presidents especially the OFWs. Everything changed when "Tatay Digong" came. He walk the talk and get things done. And this is why President Duterte is still popular. Free hospitals. Free education. Airport at Clark. NAIA is much much much better. And now he brings together all the big bosses of various private companies to be able to contribute to nation building in a big way. I know he's not perfect. Far from it. But this is the first time in my entire life that I actually don't mind seeing that income tax line on my payslip. He will continue to curse and fail at several things. But he will also continue to decide and act swiftly.       Top business tycoons like Manny V. Pangilinan, Ramon Ang, and Lucio Tan declare their support for the Duterte administration's bid to unleash the economic potential of violence-stricken Sulu.  During the  "Negosyo Para Sa Kapayapaan sa Sulu: Christmas Town Hall with the President", prominent businessmen gathered  to pledge support to President Rodrigo Duterte  to develop war torn Sulu  and create businesses that can benefit Sulu folks. Among the businessmen were SM's Tessie Sy-Coson, Lucio Tan and son Michael Tan, manny V. Pangilinan, Ramon Ang, Gawad Kalinga founder Tony Meloto, local government executives and Secretaries of the Duterte cabinet. The Guest Speaker  for the  event is President Rodrigo Duterte himself. According to agriculture Secretary Manny Piñol, the president kickstarted  the Save Sulu Project by ordering him to visit Sulu and see what could be done for the farmers and fisherfolks in the area. Piñol got in touch with Trade secretary Ramon Lopez and Presidential adviser on Entrepreneurship Joey Concepcion who got the idea of promoting entrepreneurship, linking farmers and fishermen of Sulu to big businesses. The effort spearheaded more business groups  to pledge support in different ways.       The pledges made are as follows:                             Aside from the abovementioned  commitments, trade chief Lopez said the government wants to partner with top retailers to help Sulu farmers and fishermen earn more.  His department has asked big companies like SM, Robinsons, Adobo Dragon Group, Rustan's Group, and Puregold "to allocate a specific space in their malls for free" to make products of small Sulu agri-entrepreneurs, farmers, and fishermen accessible to more buyers, said Lopez.  All of these efforts for the development  of Sulu and the peace campaign of the president will surely mean serious progress.            If all of these are unfolding before the Filipino people in President Duterte's term barely a year since he stepped up, a question must be ringing in everyone's mind: If all these things can be done, why is it only happening now? What are the past Presidents been doing in  their entire term?  Everyone has a right to believe anything they want to believe but President Rodrigo Duterte's accomplishments for the benefit of common filipinos with the help of the elite class will echo the positive effects of his leadership.



President Rodrigo Duterte may be considered as the most loved president of the Philippines. In spite of the negative media write-ups and reports, foreign and local alike, the Filipino people who voted for him are ready to defend him. Why? Because for a very long time, the common Filipino did not even see a glimpse of hope from the past presidents especially the OFWs. Everything changed when "Tatay Digong" came. He walk the talk and get things done. And this is why President Duterte is still popular. Free hospitals. Free education. Airport at Clark. NAIA is much much much better. And now he brings together all the big bosses of various private companies to be able to contribute to nation building in a big way. I know he's not perfect. Far from it. But this is the first time in my entire life that I actually don't mind seeing that income tax line on my payslip. He will continue to curse and fail at several things. But he will also continue to decide and act swiftly.       Top business tycoons like Manny V. Pangilinan, Ramon Ang, and Lucio Tan declare their support for the Duterte administration's bid to unleash the economic potential of violence-stricken Sulu.  During the  "Negosyo Para Sa Kapayapaan sa Sulu: Christmas Town Hall with the President", prominent businessmen gathered  to pledge support to President Rodrigo Duterte  to develop war torn Sulu  and create businesses that can benefit Sulu folks. Among the businessmen were SM's Tessie Sy-Coson, Lucio Tan and son Michael Tan, manny V. Pangilinan, Ramon Ang, Gawad Kalinga founder Tony Meloto, local government executives and Secretaries of the Duterte cabinet. The Guest Speaker  for the  event is President Rodrigo Duterte himself. According to agriculture Secretary Manny Piñol, the president kickstarted  the Save Sulu Project by ordering him to visit Sulu and see what could be done for the farmers and fisherfolks in the area. Piñol got in touch with Trade secretary Ramon Lopez and Presidential adviser on Entrepreneurship Joey Concepcion who got the idea of promoting entrepreneurship, linking farmers and fishermen of Sulu to big businesses. The effort spearheaded more business groups  to pledge support in different ways.       The pledges made are as follows:                             Aside from the abovementioned  commitments, trade chief Lopez said the government wants to partner with top retailers to help Sulu farmers and fishermen earn more.  His department has asked big companies like SM, Robinsons, Adobo Dragon Group, Rustan's Group, and Puregold "to allocate a specific space in their malls for free" to make products of small Sulu agri-entrepreneurs, farmers, and fishermen accessible to more buyers, said Lopez.  All of these efforts for the development  of Sulu and the peace campaign of the president will surely mean serious progress.            If all of these are unfolding before the Filipino people in President Duterte's term barely a year since he stepped up, a question must be ringing in everyone's mind: If all these things can be done, why is it only happening now? What are the past Presidents been doing in  their entire term?  Everyone has a right to believe anything they want to believe but President Rodrigo Duterte's accomplishments for the benefit of common filipinos with the help of the elite class will echo the positive effects of his leadership.


President Rodrigo Duterte may be considered as the most loved president of the Philippines. In spite of the negative media write-ups and reports, foreign and local alike, the Filipino people who voted for him are ready to defend him. Why? Because for a very long time, the common Filipino did not even see a glimpse of hope from the past presidents especially the OFWs. Everything changed when "Tatay Digong" came. He walk the talk and get things done. And this is why President Duterte is still popular. Free hospitals. Free education. Airport at Clark. NAIA is much much much better. And now he brings together all the big bosses of various private companies to be able to contribute to nation building in a big way. I know he's not perfect. Far from it. But this is the first time in my entire life that I actually don't mind seeing that income tax line on my payslip. He will continue to curse and fail at several things. But he will also continue to decide and act swiftly.       Top business tycoons like Manny V. Pangilinan, Ramon Ang, and Lucio Tan declare their support for the Duterte administration's bid to unleash the economic potential of violence-stricken Sulu.  During the  "Negosyo Para Sa Kapayapaan sa Sulu: Christmas Town Hall with the President", prominent businessmen gathered  to pledge support to President Rodrigo Duterte  to develop war torn Sulu  and create businesses that can benefit Sulu folks. Among the businessmen were SM's Tessie Sy-Coson, Lucio Tan and son Michael Tan, manny V. Pangilinan, Ramon Ang, Gawad Kalinga founder Tony Meloto, local government executives and Secretaries of the Duterte cabinet. The Guest Speaker  for the  event is President Rodrigo Duterte himself. According to agriculture Secretary Manny Piñol, the president kickstarted  the Save Sulu Project by ordering him to visit Sulu and see what could be done for the farmers and fisherfolks in the area. Piñol got in touch with Trade secretary Ramon Lopez and Presidential adviser on Entrepreneurship Joey Concepcion who got the idea of promoting entrepreneurship, linking farmers and fishermen of Sulu to big businesses. The effort spearheaded more business groups  to pledge support in different ways.       The pledges made are as follows:                             Aside from the abovementioned  commitments, trade chief Lopez said the government wants to partner with top retailers to help Sulu farmers and fishermen earn more.  His department has asked big companies like SM, Robinsons, Adobo Dragon Group, Rustan's Group, and Puregold "to allocate a specific space in their malls for free" to make products of small Sulu agri-entrepreneurs, farmers, and fishermen accessible to more buyers, said Lopez.  All of these efforts for the development  of Sulu and the peace campaign of the president will surely mean serious progress.            If all of these are unfolding before the Filipino people in President Duterte's term barely a year since he stepped up, a question must be ringing in everyone's mind: If all these things can be done, why is it only happening now? What are the past Presidents been doing in  their entire term?  Everyone has a right to believe anything they want to believe but President Rodrigo Duterte's accomplishments for the benefit of common filipinos with the help of the elite class will echo the positive effects of his leadership.

President Rodrigo Duterte may be considered as the most loved president of the Philippines. In spite of the negative media write-ups and reports, foreign and local alike, the Filipino people who voted for him are ready to defend him. Why? Because for a very long time, the common Filipino did not even see a glimpse of hope from the past presidents especially the OFWs. Everything changed when "Tatay Digong" came. He walk the talk and get things done. And this is why President Duterte is still popular. Free hospitals. Free education. Airport at Clark. NAIA is much much much better. And now he brings together all the big bosses of various private companies to be able to contribute to nation building in a big way. I know he's not perfect. Far from it. But this is the first time in my entire life that I actually don't mind seeing that income tax line on my payslip. He will continue to curse and fail at several things. But he will also continue to decide and act swiftly.       Top business tycoons like Manny V. Pangilinan, Ramon Ang, and Lucio Tan declare their support for the Duterte administration's bid to unleash the economic potential of violence-stricken Sulu.  During the  "Negosyo Para Sa Kapayapaan sa Sulu: Christmas Town Hall with the President", prominent businessmen gathered  to pledge support to President Rodrigo Duterte  to develop war torn Sulu  and create businesses that can benefit Sulu folks. Among the businessmen were SM's Tessie Sy-Coson, Lucio Tan and son Michael Tan, manny V. Pangilinan, Ramon Ang, Gawad Kalinga founder Tony Meloto, local government executives and Secretaries of the Duterte cabinet. The Guest Speaker  for the  event is President Rodrigo Duterte himself. According to agriculture Secretary Manny Piñol, the president kickstarted  the Save Sulu Project by ordering him to visit Sulu and see what could be done for the farmers and fisherfolks in the area. Piñol got in touch with Trade secretary Ramon Lopez and Presidential adviser on Entrepreneurship Joey Concepcion who got the idea of promoting entrepreneurship, linking farmers and fishermen of Sulu to big businesses. The effort spearheaded more business groups  to pledge support in different ways.       The pledges made are as follows:                             Aside from the abovementioned  commitments, trade chief Lopez said the government wants to partner with top retailers to help Sulu farmers and fishermen earn more.  His department has asked big companies like SM, Robinsons, Adobo Dragon Group, Rustan's Group, and Puregold "to allocate a specific space in their malls for free" to make products of small Sulu agri-entrepreneurs, farmers, and fishermen accessible to more buyers, said Lopez.  All of these efforts for the development  of Sulu and the peace campaign of the president will surely mean serious progress.            If all of these are unfolding before the Filipino people in President Duterte's term barely a year since he stepped up, a question must be ringing in everyone's mind: If all these things can be done, why is it only happening now? What are the past Presidents been doing in  their entire term?  Everyone has a right to believe anything they want to believe but President Rodrigo Duterte's accomplishments for the benefit of common filipinos with the help of the elite class will echo the positive effects of his leadership.




President Rodrigo Duterte may be considered as the most loved president of the Philippines. In spite of the negative media write-ups and reports, foreign and local alike, the Filipino people who voted for him are ready to defend him. Why? Because for a very long time, the common Filipino did not even see a glimpse of hope from the past presidents especially the OFWs. Everything changed when "Tatay Digong" came. He walk the talk and get things done. And this is why President Duterte is still popular. Free hospitals. Free education. Airport at Clark. NAIA is much much much better. And now he brings together all the big bosses of various private companies to be able to contribute to nation building in a big way. I know he's not perfect. Far from it. But this is the first time in my entire life that I actually don't mind seeing that income tax line on my payslip. He will continue to curse and fail at several things. But he will also continue to decide and act swiftly.       Top business tycoons like Manny V. Pangilinan, Ramon Ang, and Lucio Tan declare their support for the Duterte administration's bid to unleash the economic potential of violence-stricken Sulu.  During the  "Negosyo Para Sa Kapayapaan sa Sulu: Christmas Town Hall with the President", prominent businessmen gathered  to pledge support to President Rodrigo Duterte  to develop war torn Sulu  and create businesses that can benefit Sulu folks. Among the businessmen were SM's Tessie Sy-Coson, Lucio Tan and son Michael Tan, manny V. Pangilinan, Ramon Ang, Gawad Kalinga founder Tony Meloto, local government executives and Secretaries of the Duterte cabinet. The Guest Speaker  for the  event is President Rodrigo Duterte himself. According to agriculture Secretary Manny Piñol, the president kickstarted  the Save Sulu Project by ordering him to visit Sulu and see what could be done for the farmers and fisherfolks in the area. Piñol got in touch with Trade secretary Ramon Lopez and Presidential adviser on Entrepreneurship Joey Concepcion who got the idea of promoting entrepreneurship, linking farmers and fishermen of Sulu to big businesses. The effort spearheaded more business groups  to pledge support in different ways.       The pledges made are as follows:                             Aside from the abovementioned  commitments, trade chief Lopez said the government wants to partner with top retailers to help Sulu farmers and fishermen earn more.  His department has asked big companies like SM, Robinsons, Adobo Dragon Group, Rustan's Group, and Puregold "to allocate a specific space in their malls for free" to make products of small Sulu agri-entrepreneurs, farmers, and fishermen accessible to more buyers, said Lopez.  All of these efforts for the development  of Sulu and the peace campaign of the president will surely mean serious progress.            If all of these are unfolding before the Filipino people in President Duterte's term barely a year since he stepped up, a question must be ringing in everyone's mind: If all these things can be done, why is it only happening now? What are the past Presidents been doing in  their entire term?  Everyone has a right to believe anything they want to believe but President Rodrigo Duterte's accomplishments for the benefit of common filipinos with the help of the elite class will echo the positive effects of his leadership.


President Rodrigo Duterte may be considered as the most loved president of the Philippines. In spite of the negative media write-ups and reports, foreign and local alike, the Filipino people who voted for him are ready to defend him. Why? Because for a very long time, the common Filipino did not even see a glimpse of hope from the past presidents especially the OFWs. Everything changed when "Tatay Digong" came. He walk the talk and get things done. And this is why President Duterte is still popular. Free hospitals. Free education. Airport at Clark. NAIA is much much much better. And now he brings together all the big bosses of various private companies to be able to contribute to nation building in a big way. I know he's not perfect. Far from it. But this is the first time in my entire life that I actually don't mind seeing that income tax line on my payslip. He will continue to curse and fail at several things. But he will also continue to decide and act swiftly.       Top business tycoons like Manny V. Pangilinan, Ramon Ang, and Lucio Tan declare their support for the Duterte administration's bid to unleash the economic potential of violence-stricken Sulu.  During the  "Negosyo Para Sa Kapayapaan sa Sulu: Christmas Town Hall with the President", prominent businessmen gathered  to pledge support to President Rodrigo Duterte  to develop war torn Sulu  and create businesses that can benefit Sulu folks. Among the businessmen were SM's Tessie Sy-Coson, Lucio Tan and son Michael Tan, manny V. Pangilinan, Ramon Ang, Gawad Kalinga founder Tony Meloto, local government executives and Secretaries of the Duterte cabinet. The Guest Speaker  for the  event is President Rodrigo Duterte himself. According to agriculture Secretary Manny Piñol, the president kickstarted  the Save Sulu Project by ordering him to visit Sulu and see what could be done for the farmers and fisherfolks in the area. Piñol got in touch with Trade secretary Ramon Lopez and Presidential adviser on Entrepreneurship Joey Concepcion who got the idea of promoting entrepreneurship, linking farmers and fishermen of Sulu to big businesses. The effort spearheaded more business groups  to pledge support in different ways.       The pledges made are as follows:                             Aside from the abovementioned  commitments, trade chief Lopez said the government wants to partner with top retailers to help Sulu farmers and fishermen earn more.  His department has asked big companies like SM, Robinsons, Adobo Dragon Group, Rustan's Group, and Puregold "to allocate a specific space in their malls for free" to make products of small Sulu agri-entrepreneurs, farmers, and fishermen accessible to more buyers, said Lopez.  All of these efforts for the development  of Sulu and the peace campaign of the president will surely mean serious progress.            If all of these are unfolding before the Filipino people in President Duterte's term barely a year since he stepped up, a question must be ringing in everyone's mind: If all these things can be done, why is it only happening now? What are the past Presidents been doing in  their entire term?  Everyone has a right to believe anything they want to believe but President Rodrigo Duterte's accomplishments for the benefit of common filipinos with the help of the elite class will echo the positive effects of his leadership.



Aside from the abovementioned  commitments, trade chief Lopez said the government wants to partner with top retailers to help Sulu farmers and fishermen earn more.

His department has asked big companies like SM, Robinsons, Adobo Dragon Group, Rustan's Group, and Puregold "to allocate a specific space in their malls for free" to make products of small Sulu agri-entrepreneurs, farmers, and fishermen accessible to more buyers, said Lopez.
All of these efforts for the development  of Sulu and the peace campaign of the president will surely mean serious progress.

President Rodrigo Duterte may be considered as the most loved president of the Philippines. In spite of the negative media write-ups and reports, foreign and local alike, the Filipino people who voted for him are ready to defend him. Why? Because for a very long time, the common Filipino did not even see a glimpse of hope from the past presidents especially the OFWs. Everything changed when "Tatay Digong" came. He walk the talk and get things done. And this is why President Duterte is still popular. Free hospitals. Free education. Airport at Clark. NAIA is much much much better. And now he brings together all the big bosses of various private companies to be able to contribute to nation building in a big way. I know he's not perfect. Far from it. But this is the first time in my entire life that I actually don't mind seeing that income tax line on my payslip. He will continue to curse and fail at several things. But he will also continue to decide and act swiftly.       Top business tycoons like Manny V. Pangilinan, Ramon Ang, and Lucio Tan declare their support for the Duterte administration's bid to unleash the economic potential of violence-stricken Sulu.  During the  "Negosyo Para Sa Kapayapaan sa Sulu: Christmas Town Hall with the President", prominent businessmen gathered  to pledge support to President Rodrigo Duterte  to develop war torn Sulu  and create businesses that can benefit Sulu folks. Among the businessmen were SM's Tessie Sy-Coson, Lucio Tan and son Michael Tan, manny V. Pangilinan, Ramon Ang, Gawad Kalinga founder Tony Meloto, local government executives and Secretaries of the Duterte cabinet. The Guest Speaker  for the  event is President Rodrigo Duterte himself. According to agriculture Secretary Manny Piñol, the president kickstarted  the Save Sulu Project by ordering him to visit Sulu and see what could be done for the farmers and fisherfolks in the area. Piñol got in touch with Trade secretary Ramon Lopez and Presidential adviser on Entrepreneurship Joey Concepcion who got the idea of promoting entrepreneurship, linking farmers and fishermen of Sulu to big businesses. The effort spearheaded more business groups  to pledge support in different ways.       The pledges made are as follows:                             Aside from the abovementioned  commitments, trade chief Lopez said the government wants to partner with top retailers to help Sulu farmers and fishermen earn more.  His department has asked big companies like SM, Robinsons, Adobo Dragon Group, Rustan's Group, and Puregold "to allocate a specific space in their malls for free" to make products of small Sulu agri-entrepreneurs, farmers, and fishermen accessible to more buyers, said Lopez.  All of these efforts for the development  of Sulu and the peace campaign of the president will surely mean serious progress.            If all of these are unfolding before the Filipino people in President Duterte's term barely a year since he stepped up, a question must be ringing in everyone's mind: If all these things can be done, why is it only happening now? What are the past Presidents been doing in  their entire term?  Everyone has a right to believe anything they want to believe but President Rodrigo Duterte's accomplishments for the benefit of common filipinos with the help of the elite class will echo the positive effects of his leadership.









If all of these are unfolding before the Filipino people in President Duterte's term barely a year since he stepped up, a question must be ringing in everyone's mind: If all these things can be done, why is it only happening now? What are the past Presidents been doing in  their entire term?

Everyone has a right to believe anything they want to believe but President Rodrigo Duterte's accomplishments for the benefit of common filipinos with the help of the elite class will echo the positive effects of his leadership.