Read: Dispatch from Crame No. 58


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I feel sad. I don’t really know the man. But I can only empathize with Sec. Sueno for the fate that suddenly befell him.

I instantly felt a sense of oneness with him when in asserting his innocence. Sec. Sueno claims that the President was fed with “wrong information.” Sounds eerily familiar, folks!

According to someone close to me who works at the DILG, the general sentiment among the rank-and-filers there is that Sueno is a sincere and honest public servant. To them, those Sueno underlings are the villains.

I do believe that there are men and women, both within and outside government, projecting closeness to the President, cleverly exploit his weakness and prejudices to their advantage.

Impelled by some insidious agenda, some of them, shady and underword characters as they are purveyors of distorted facts and lies. I call some of them “agents of vengance.”

Indeed, intrigues within the bureaucracy have been a bane to our society’s growth. Almost always, good men and women are the casualties.

There must be a way to eliminate the scourge…

#OneforLeila #FreeLeila

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