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Post by jc.musikero on Thu May 06, 2010 2:58 am

Mga Kapatid kay Kristo,
Kung ang mga kapatid nating mga muslim ay nagkakaisa at nagtitiwala kay Bro. Eddie upang pangunahan ang ating mahal na bansa, tayo pa kayang mga tunay na kristyano?

GOD bless us all!

Misuari endorses Bro. Eddie
May 5, 2010, 5:15pm

Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF) founding chairman Nur Misuari has confirmed his endorsement of the presidential bid of Bro. Eddie Villanueva, even as he called on all MNLF leaders, members, and supporters to campaign and vote for the Bangon Pilipinas standard bearer.
“Ipunin natin ang lahat ng boto ng Mindanao para kay Bro. Eddie Villanueva, Bro. Jun Yasay at sa lahat ng kasama nila sa Bangon Pilipinas,” Misuari told the 200,000 MNLF leaders and supporters who attended the 6th MNLF Summit in Tionko Football Stadium in Davao City over the weekend.
“Kung sapat na ang salita ko para iboto nating lahat si Bro. Eddie, mangumbinse pa tayo ng tiglilimang boboto para sa kanya at sa Bangon Pilipinas,” Misuari added.
The MNLF leader, who is running for Sulu gubernatorial post under Bangon Pilipinas, had earlier said that among all presidential candidates, only Villanueva has the credibility to talk about peace and development in Mindanao.
Last March 18, during the MNLF’s Freedom Day celebration in Ipil, Zamboanga, Misuari raised Villanueva’s hands as he promised to deliver over five million votes to Bangon Pilipinas.
During the summit in Davao City, Villanueva and his running mate, Perfecto Yasay received a warm welcome from the MNLF that arranged a 10,000-strong honor guard for the Bangon Pilipinas candidates.
Villanueva vowed to pursue the spirit and intent of the Final Peace Agreement (FPA), which was signed in 1996. He also said that he will work hand in hand with the MNLF to end the conflict in Mindanao so that this region could fully benefit from development efforts concerning Mindanao.
Bangon Pilipinas considers Mindanao as its geographical bailiwick. “Our swing vote will come from Mindanao,” said lawyer Lyndon Cana, the party’s national campaign manager.
Bangon Pilipinas is also counting on the votes from its sectoral bailiwicks which include farmers and fisherfolk, labor, urban poor, and Overseas Filipino Workers.
Cana said they are confident that Villanueva’s early and steady lead in overseas voting exit polls proved that Bangon Pilipinas’ estimated calculation of votes will materialize. “Our conservative calculation is a minimum of 17 million votes for Bro. Eddie and Bangon Pilipinas’ Dream Team,” Cana added.


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