Saturday, 21 October 2006
Bataan has now the "Free Call for Overseas Foreign Workers (OFW) in the Foreign Countries." The kins or relatives of Overseas Foreign Workers in the province of Bataan may now make a telephone call any minute, any hour and any day of the week for free.
Bataan Second District Representative Abet Garcia and Pilar Mayor Charlie Pizarro gave thanks to former police force chief-turned-National Irrigation Administration (NIA) Chief Arturo Lumibao for the first step that made the service available to Bataeņos,
Lomibao, who used land transportation along the way to the town of Pilar last October 14, led and made here the beginning of the "Free Call for Overseas Foreign Workers in the Foreign Countries." There are now 20 such free call in the foreign countries centers in the Philippines. Lomibao bestowed reputation or honor to the Rotary Club of Metro Cubao for their serious attempts to put in operation the latest of such free call in the foreign countries centers in the country.
Radio and TV broadcasters Rey Langit was one of those who made a telephone call for free for the kins of OFWs in the foreign countries in his radio program Biyaheng Langit on DWIZ 882 kilohertz every one o'clock in the afternoon on weekdays.
The Rotary Club of Metro Cubao made the burden light for the heavy laden Rey Langit, but the question is in which town of Bataan the free call center can be found. Please give us the location and important information.