Honesty in gov’t still a crucial poll issue — bishop
Speaking at the National Migrants’ Sunday celebration, Bishop Ruperto Santos of Balanga reminded the public that honesty and integrity are the hallmarks of good governance and leadership.
“Be honest in words and deeds,” Santos said in his homily during Mass at Columban College in Barreto, Olongapo City.
As head of the Church’s migrants ministry, he urged overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) to choose candidates who are “honest, hardworking and helpful like them”.
Saying that OFWs are the backbone of the economy, he urged them to pick candidates for the May 13 elections who are not tainted with graft and corruption.
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