30 September 2008

Senator Villar On Magic 89.9

listen to the exclusive sit down with Manny

Senator Manny Villar Jr

Dear Readers,

This is from Victorina Blog (excellent entries this week as always):

After the much talked about hullabaloo regarding Manny Vilar's anti-obscenity bill, the Senate President has decided to guest tomorrow in the Good Times with Mo, Mojo and Grace at 6-9 am (wed)! Let's all listen to what the Senate President has to say... Mo twister conveys his massage- (verbatim) "as some of you may know, i hate holidays because less people listen to the show. tomorrow is a holiday and thats a shame because we have Manny Villar on the program. he officially will be the highest ranking philippines government official to be on our show (manny is 3rd in command of our country). i like this guy…alot. and its unfortunate that less people will be on the road tomorrow but i guess i can grab clips and replay some of it on thursday. speaking of, thursday will be a big show cuz its grace’s birthday episode plus it also her first year on the program which is a big deal cuz it is the only time that a female co-host has lasted as whole year. "

Note to Amiel: I love the freestyle writing! Excellent! No caps! Wicked mate.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Honourable
Manuel Bamba Villar, Jr.

Assumed office
June 30, 2001
Preceded by Franklin Drilon

Assumed office
July 24, 2006

In office
July 27, 1998November 13, 2000

In office
June 30, 1992June 30, 2001

Born December 13, 1949 (1949-12-13) (age 58)
Tondo, Manila, Philippines
Political party
Spouse Cynthia A. Villar
Children Paolo Villar
Mark Villar
Camille Villar
Residence Las Piñas City
Religion Catholic

Manuel "Manny" Bamba Villar, Jr. (born December 13, 1949) is a Filipino businessman and politician, currently the President of the Senate — the third highest ranking official of the Philippines. He has also served as Speaker of the House of Representatives from 19982001, where he presided over the impeachment of President Joseph Estrada. He is the current president of the Nacionalista Party.

He assumed the senate presidency at the beginning of the Third Regular Session of the 13th Congress, as part of a power-sharing agreement with his predecessor Sen. Franklin Drilon.


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