President Duterte isn’t eligible to run for another term so he does not need anymore media exposure that presidential wannabe like Grace Poe or reelectionist senators crave.
However, from time to time Facebook post praising the President continues to pour on social media contributing to the growing legend of President Duterte.
One such example was the Facebook post of netizen Joe Ferreria who praised the Duterte government for getting things done.
Ferreria, who is from the private sector, shared his conversation with the people from DBM during a business meeting with them.
In the Facebook post, Ferreria gave the public an idea where the country is going, in terms of the development of the comprehensive railroad system the Duterte government are in store for the Philippines.
Ferreria divulged that the ambitious target is to finish all these projects before the President steps down from office.
To end his FB post, Ferreria boldly predicted that “the time of the PHILIPPINES to shine has finally arrived. This country is the best place in the world to be in today.”
You may read Joe Ferreria’s full FB post below.
Despite all the political commentary negative or otherwise, one cannot help but admire a government that gets things done.
Was in the Department of Budget Management yesterday leading a technical team which will provide advisory to the government on vehicle purchases, the casual chit chat turned to the rail system of the country.
It’s beyond just talk now, the rail building machines are coming in and so will the train itself. Superior Japanese railroad technology is spearheading the drive towards building an effective mass transport in our country.
The trains will run from Clark, Bulacan, Trinoma above ground while the subways will take you all to Pasig, Makati, Taguig and the former Food Terminal in Parañaque.
The other interesting project is rail service from Tutuban in Manila going southwards. The Tutuban station will finally come to life, a major terminal is going up in the old Sucat Power plant beside Laguna Bay, travelling to Alabang, onwards to Calamba and eventually Bicol. It should cut travel time from Manila to Bicol from 14 to 6 hours. This has the effect of opening up the southern corridor where the Bondoc Peninsula and the Bicol province, two of the poorest of the country will, benefit from economically.
Its a gargantuan task but the ambitious target is to complete this before the term of Pres. Duterte ends.
The time of the PHILIPPINES to shine has finally arrived. This country is the best place in the world to be in today.
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