JUN PALA described himself as “The Voice of the Alsa Masa” (Masses Arise), the “Goebbels” of his generation in 1987. He launched on air his “extortion for democracy”
I LOVE DAVAO.
I LOVE DAVAO. President Corazon Cojuangco Aquino found a home in Davao City. During her Presidency and beyond, she would come here and sleep in the houses of friends like industrialist Jesus V. Ayala and his wife Fe Misa. 1992
BRIDGING THE GAP
BRIDGING THE GAP Natioanl Democratic Front chair Antonio Zumel chats with late human rights lawyer Larry Ilagan and Soledad Duterte, mother of Mayor Rodrigo Duterte, in Davao City in 1988.
Pres. Fidel V. Ramos holds a copy of his book “Developing as a Democracy” during his visit in Davao City in 1999.
Paul G. Dominguez. 1995
DUREZA AND MANERO
Then Presidential Adviser for Mindanao Jesus Dureza accompanies Norberto Manero following his surrender on April 9, 2001. Manero, who was then convicted of killing Italian missionary Tulio Favali, escaped from Sarangani Provincial Jail on March 22, 2001.
Then Minister of Local Government Aquilino Pimentel Jr. swears in Davao City OIC Mayor Zafiro Respicio in 1986.
Don Antonio Floirendo Sr
Don Antonio Floirendo Sr. 1992
Manny Pacquiao at his training camp in General Santos City. 1999
Then ARMM Governor Zacaria Candao and Lanao del Sur Governor Mahid Mutilan. 1995
VICE PRESIDENT ARROYO
Vice President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo. Mid-90s