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Monday, August 16, 2004

Inky Reyes to visit SBMA tomorrow

Words are getting around that Inky Reyes, who may become the next SBMA Chairman or more probably its new Administrator (Chief Executive Officer) will make preliminary visit tomorrow to check current status of the Freeport.

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Shown here standing (2nd from left) during signing of Federal Express deal in October 9, 1994. He is the former Chief of Staff of SBMA and Administrator of Cagayan Economic Zone, he's knowledge, experience and dedication is unquestionable.

Volunteers close to the Gordon administration are planning to wear blue shirts to signify their support to the incoming officer.

Meanwhile, insider from Payumo’s camp said that their group will have a vigil rally at San Lorenzo Church (Naval Station Chapel) to protect Payumo and make last ditch effort to convince the President not to replace Payumo. This in addition to a petition paper they signed and earlier forwarded to PGMA’s office.

Everyone in the city and the Freeport are eagerly awaiting what’s going to happen to SBMA in the next few days. Many are asking that a professional executive manager and not a politician should be appointed to the highest SBMA post.

We think Inky perfectly fits the profile.

Good skill!!!

1 Comments:

  • We were told that during flag ceremony this morning (Aug 16), Payumo did not give any hint regarding Inky's visit. He however required all employees to go to Subic Chapel and participate in Karakol the whole morning. This, our source said, was to keep Inky's visit unnoticed.

    By Blogger SubicBayBlog, at 8/16/2004 3:47 PM  

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