That CDN Customs Scoop


I found it funny that both the camps of Boysie Belmonte and Des Mangaoang believed that the other side was behind the CDN headline on the Cebu Customs revamp. An independent observer said there might be a third interested party. Collector Silvestre? I doubt it. he had already thrown in the towel for lack of a strong backer. My take on this issue? I think the CDN scoop came from Boysie’s camp but it backfired.

Let’s see after the New Year. I don’t expect anything significant to happen at the Customs front within the next three days except Boysie’s failure to hit his target again.

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