Benigno "Noynoy" S. Aquino III Address and Contact Number
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Name: Benigno "Noynoy" S. Aquino III
Government Position in the Philippines: President of the Philippines
Address: 2/F Bonifacio Hall, Malacañang, Manila
Contact/Telephone Number: 733-3010 loc 882/ 887
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elisa g. gundayao (12-March-2014 7:48 PM)
10 March 2014
BENIGNO SIMEON S. AQUINO III
President of the Republic of the Philippines
May I respectfully follow-up my previous letter requesting you/your Office to award fully the small piece of land/lot, in exchange for my fruitful/productive service as Barangay Chairwoman in the early 70s when I was even utilizing my family’s resources in the service—even without any compensation. Now that I am old at 85, I am survived by my husband, Guillermo, who also worked diligently and unselfishly as Barangay Treasurer, and the Civil Service Commission, leaving me no legacy for my remaining years for my elderly life.
This is to also request you and the concerned government agencies to act promptly in regard to the corrupt practices of the National Housing Authority (NHA) concerned staff/personnel which should be dealt with consistent with the provisions of R.A. 3019, and R.A. 6713. I am complaining against concerned NHA personnel assigned in Bagong Barrio, Caloocan City for not issuing any single Official Receipt to any remittance/payments we have made in the past years. They have been issuing Statement of Accounts which are unsigned, and which the break-down of payables have not been depicted as to our payments—and no one seems to be responsible/accountable. Whoever got the payments unrecorded must be punished/sanctioned in accordance with law. Besides, the NHA is acting like a private corporation with profit motive contrary to serving the oppressed and marginalized sector of the republic—despite the billions of pesos allotted to it under Appropriations Act.
I hope that this time, your Presidential power shall bestow on me better answer/resolution to my two (2) requests, ASAP.
Enclosed are the NHA ‘statement of account’ dated February 21, 2014, and ‘demand letter’ dated March 2014, for your perusal, ready reference, and appropriate action.
Very truly yours,
ELISA G. GUNDAYAO
17 Maganda Street (Zone 13, Barangay 145)
Bagong Barrio, Caloocan City 1400
Encl.: Office of the Ombudsman
Commission on Audit (COA) Chairperson
NHA General Manager
Sir, I have sent and will continue to send emails to the congressional subcommittee on energy to look into the practices of Noceco, the electric provider on Negros. Everyday we experience 3 or 4 power outages which greatly disrupt the lives especially of the elderly and disabled. They put all profits in their pockets and nothing into ugrading equipment while constantly adding more customers. I implore you to get someone to look into this.
On top of this, having been here over 4 years now, I see how things work. Three years ago a Ceres bus driver fell asleep at 12 noon in Naga, Cebu and we crashed into a large truck. If not for having my visa credit card allowing emergency surgery my wife would have lost her leg. The inquirer refused to print the story and no investigation was done. Judges and pols are being bribed by these large companies and it must stop. As it has been said before, the buck stops here, with you. Please be the president I know you can be so the people stop referring to you as Porknoy.
worried citizen (15-August-2013 10:22 PM)
i know you hate corrupt officials. what worries me is the reelected mayor of valencia city bukidnon. after he has seated in office, corruption has set in and people in valencia are afraid to say anything against him for fear. i dont know if it is true but rumors are going around that he already has a warrant but no one is brave enough to serve it. please we need your help for the sake of our beloved city
Venetia Anne A. Tropa (05-August-2013 4:49 PM)
How can we get our Philhealth refund from a hospital? we've been follwing it up over a year and they just keep on promising us,. I thought " TUWID NA DAAN?
pablo mauricio garcia (27-July-2013 8:23 AM)
It is such a great thing you are doing to try to clean the people involved in positions of responsibilities.The phillipines is the most or one of the most corrupted countries in the world. and is great to see a president like you doing what honest people in this beautiful country want most...stop corruption...CONGRATULATIONS SENOR PRESIDENTE. by THE way I am an australian citizen that comes here every two or three months
Nicole (25-July-2013 9:29 PM)
Kami po ay legal na nagtitinda ng Fire Extinguisher,gusto lang namin ipaabot sa iyong opisina na ang BFP-Bureau of Fire particularly dito sa Isabela-Region 2 ay sila na po ang nagtitinda ng fire extinguisher illegaly. Kami po ay umaasa na ito ay mabigyan ng kaukulang aksyon dahil kaming mga legal na nagtitinda ay hina-harass ng mga bombero kung kami ay hindi magbigay ng konsiderasyon na amount na gusto nila ay kanila pong sinasabi sa mga customer na wag bumili sa amin sa ibat-ibang kadahilanan na hindi naman totoo Sir para sa sarili nilang interes na sila na po ang magbenta at sabay sinasabi sa customer na dapat makisama naman daw sa kanila at sa kanila na kailangang bibili.
Umaasa po kami sa pagbabago Sir.Maraming Salamat!
Mr President(Hope you personally read this,not a message taker)
I have been living in the Philippines for the last year as my fiance and baby are in Davao Mindanao. I am from New Zealand and back in Auckland at the moment for vacation. Im writing to you in the fight against terrorism.
I love the philippine people and get very irated, when reading columns in regards to the rebels killing innocent people for no cause at all.
I have served in Baghdad Iraq as a close protection operative contracted to DOS on the CIVPOL project infiltrating into troubled areas locating targets aswell as intelligence gathering to formulate the enemys objectives.
I have done research on how your military are conducting operations. They will never defeat the rebels with the INTENT they are working towards. Politically ,there is no resolve,if they are given power thats all rebel factions then you will see new terrorist groups forming because of the poverty in your country . The only solution is to change your intent and to change directive in order to eliminate these rebel groups. I will not provide my intent or courses of action that needs to take place,as its to sensitive if the wrong people are reading this column . If you would like to hear my INTENT analysis to take control of all regions of your country then feel free to drop me an email.
Thankyou for your time
Danreb Lugtu (12-June-2013 10:14 PM)
Sana Ang Ipatupad nyong Batas Yung Libreng Mga Pangangailangan nating lahat yung Wala ng pera pang gagamitin pa
Libre po ang Lahat..
Dahil po pag Libre ang lahat
Marami po na Magtutulungan po sa bawat isa po
Lahat tayo ay Pwedeng Tumulong Sa Kapwa po Pag Libre po
At Iwas na po sa Krimen at mga Masasamang Tao po
Pag nagkaroon po ng Libreng Mga pangangailangan..
mawawala na po ang mga
E-VAT / VAT
At mga masasamang loob
mapapalitan yan ng
Pwede naman tayo makatulong sa Kapwa Pag Libre na ang Lahat po ng mga Pangangailangan salamat po From: Danreb Lugtu
Renato De Castro (07-May-2013 11:58 AM)
The "Palakasan System here in South Cotabato is Rampant, especially in DepEd, they bypass the ranking if they have there "bata-bata" or there "manok" to filled up the item, that's why the "Tuwid na Daan" here is turned into "Liku-likong Daan.
Hope you investigate deeply about this problem, we tried to reach Bro. Armin Luistro but the one who answered us was his secretary that's why we are frustrated to have an answer about this.
We are hoping that you personally talked to your Deped Secretary to take action on this matter as soon as possible.
Thank you and God Bless!
sarah kay roxas (12-March-2013 12:44 PM)
GOOD DAY TO YOU! HOPE YOU WILL READ MY EMAIL LETTER..
MR. PRESIDENT AQUINOAKO PO AY HUMUHINGI NG TULONG SA INYO NA SANA MASAGIP NIYO ANG KAPATID KO SI ROXANNE ROXAS SA LABUAN, MALAYSIA.KAHAPON PO (MARCH 11,2013) NAGBIGAY NG ULTIMATUM ANG MALAYSIAN AUTHORITY NA BOBOMBAHIN NILA ANG LUGAR NG LABUAN KAPAG HINDI DAW SUMUKO ANG MGA TAO NA NAGSIPAGTAKAS O LUMIKAS SA MGA LUGAR NG SABAH.ISANG LINGO LANG PO ANG BINIGAY NA PALUGIT AT IDADAMAY DAW PO NILA ANG MGA INOSENTENG SIBILYAN DOON. ANG BALITA PONG ITO AY TOTOO AT HUWAG PO SANANG IPAGBAHALA.BAGO PA LANG PO SIYA DOON AT NAGTATRABAHO SIYA PARA SA TATLO NYANG ANAK,AT MGA BATA PA PO ANG MGA ANAK NYA,.NANGARAP LANG PO SIYA NG MAGANDANG BUHAY PARA SA MGA ANAK NIYA KAYA PINILI NIYANG MAGTRABAHO SA BANSANG MALAYSIA.
SA PANIG NG AMO PO NIYA, AYAW PA RIN IRELEASE YUNG MGA PASSPORT NILA.MARAMI PO SILANG PINOY NA NAGTATRABAHO SA LABUAN.HETO PO ANG EXACT ADDRESS NA PINAGTATRABAHUAN NG KAPATID KO AT KANYANG TINUTULUYAN:
U0282, TINKAT BAWAH,
JATI SHOPHOUSE, 87008 W.P.
LABUAN , MALAYSIA
SPOT BAR @ LOUNGE
U0283, TINKAT BAWAH,
JATI SHOPHOUSE, 87008 W.P.
SANA PO MATULUNGAN NIYO PO KAMI? NAGMAMAKAAWA PO AKO SAINYO.HUWAG NIYO PONG BALEWALAIN.MARAMI PONG SALAMAT.
SARAH KAY R. ROXAS
K Rak (22-November-2012 1:43 PM)
Mr.President, GREETINGS from Malaysia. I'm a Malaysian writing on behalf of the thousands of Filipino domestic helpers working as maids in Malaysia. A recent sudden death of a Filipino lady and the TOTAL withdrawal of the Phillipines Embassy in Kuala Lumpur in extending any assistance is not only very unpatriotic but also very shameful. This lady's remains were repatriated to Phillipines solely through the hard work, commitment and dedication of one Filipino lady, Elsa Rosagaran Madriaga, +6016 7601797.Her untiring efforts in raising money through her networking with other Filipinos as well as some locals and expatriates here is very laudable (something the embassy should have done in the 1st.instance, but now claim credit). The attitude and unprofessional attitude of the Phillipines embassy staff in Kuala Lumpur is highly questionable, totally uncalled for and requires further examination. Should your Excellency require any further info or update on this matter, I may be c
ontacted via my email or on my mobile: +60123 090909. Thank you and have a great day.
Amado F. Cabaero (20-June-2012 3:43 PM)
Call for Show of Resolve
I wish President Noynoy Aquino would show again his strong power to make things happen by getting Congress to amend Section 10 of RA 91 to restore the pre-war practice of displaying the flag with its blue field on the observer’s right in time of peace when it is displayed vertically.
I have written about this matter many times before in letters to the editor and to the National Historical Commission (which referred my letter to Congressman Salvador Escudero III) but nothing came out of it. I am 88 now and I’m afraid this matter will die a natural death when I and those of my generation who can still remember shall have faded away.
Just a short recap:
1. In 1936, President Manuel L. Quezon issued his Executive Order No. 23 mandating that, in time of peace, the flag be displayed with its blue field on top of the flag, and in time of war, with its red field on top.
It did not mention how the flag was to be displayed vertically, but the practice in government offices, schools, the National Assembly, and the people in general was to just turn the horizontal flag clockwise to vertical. (Proof: On the façade of Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo’s house in Kawit, Cavite, a national shrine, the vertical Philippine flag etched on the marker shows the blue field on the observer’s right). Thus, during time of peace, the blue field of a vertically displayed flag was on the observer’s right, and, during time of Pacific war (1941 to 1945), the red field was on the viewer’s right.
2. Long after the war had ended, however, the war time practice continued to be followed in government offices, schools, etc.
3. It was only in 1950 that President Elpidio Quirino, in his Executive Order No. 321, restored the blue field to the top of the flag in time of peace. But probably because President Quezon’s EO did not mention about displaying the flag vertically, Quirino’s EO did not restore the red field to its position on the viewer’s left of a vertically displayed flag. He must have thought the people would remember to turn the flag clockwise to vertical position as before the war, if the flag was to be displayed vertically.
But the failure to change position of the red field was understandable. There were many other matters that required government attention after the war. Thus, the red field of a vertically displayed flag continued to be at the observer’s right in time of peace until today, without basis in law.
4. Until 1998 when RA 8491 was amended as follows to legalize the wrong practice:
“SECTION 10: The flag, if flown from a flagpole, shall have its blue field on top in time of peace and the red field on top in time of war; if in a hanging position, the blue field shall be to the right (left of the observer) in time of peace, and the red field to the right (left of the observer) in time of war.”
I suggest, therefore, that Section 10 be amended to correct the error by providing that to display the flag in a vertically hanging position, it be simply turned clockwise to vertical from its normal position in time of peace or war. Then, the blue field would be naturally be on the viewer’s right in time of peace and the red field on the viewer’s right in time of war.
While at it, I suggest that after proper consultations the changing of the position of the blue and red fields in times of peace or war be deleted.
Sometime ago we read in the news about how our flag was incorrectly displayed in an official function in America because the hosts’ manuals showed the pre-war way of vertically displaying our flag in time of peace. We should always want our flag to show we want peace. To advertise our bravado by changing the position of colors of our flag in time of war, while we do not have force to back it, as in the present conflict of interest with China, would be foolhardy.
AMADO F. CABAERO firstname.lastname@example.org
Gellie (03-January-2012 10:01 PM)
Good evening Mr. President,
I am a student Mr. President, I would like to ask financial assistance from you Mr. President. Our thesis study Mr. President has been selected to present in the International Conference in Singapore for the ICEMI 2012 unfortunately we don't have money for the registration. I know you are of great help Sir for our future endeavour. Our place was recently hit by Typhoon Sendong...Hoping for your favorable response Mr. President.
dilny (28-December-2011 2:57 PM)
Happy new year!
We teachers in Ozamiz city applying for calamity loan in gsis kiosk but sad to say Mr president our administrative officer did not confirm our loan application .we ask ur kind heart to please help us with regards to our concerns.
Dep.ed ozamiz city teachers.
april kay ramos (14-December-2011 7:19 PM)
Me in behalf of my family were deeply calling the number indicated on this site but nobody is answering the call. We realy need your help President Aquino. We do all the possible way we can to reach you.
Please help My Brother Mr. Mark Ramos. Please please here our plea. thank you so much President.
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