CNMI residents are either stressed or are in fear. We have so many problems and we don’t have the manpower to fix it. So many years have gone by and still nothing has succeeded. Our educational institutions are struggling for help to get accredited and no one knows how to fix it.
Even though the economy is bad at this time, there are certain companies and individuals that were still considerate and were able to donate money to me so that I could go to Guam and compete in the Thanksgiving Hoops Fest tournament for the G-Rollers team.
On behalf of the U.S. Pinoys for Good Governance, we would like to extend our heartfelt gratitude and sincere appreciation to those who helped, supported, assisted and collaborated for the success of the humanitarian visit of Atty.