PHL Minister Edwil Zabala speaks to the public about joining the Church

526x297-_y1It’s high time for the Philippines to change its course for economic development, after the Bangsamoro peace deal was signed in the past months, ending several years of warfare.

This week, the nation celebrated as Eduardo V. Manalo was voted by the Public to become the nations’ first legitimate Prime Minister since the attempt made during the Martial Law. 

PM Manalo made history as he joined Philippine President Benigno Simeon “PNoy” Aquino III in the launching of the Philippine Arena in Bocaue, Bulacan, one of the regions of the Republic. 

Today, Minister Edwil Zabala, a member of PM Manalo’s council spoke to the public in a television interview with news anchor Korina Sanchez, about joining the Church.

Minister Zabala said the Church is continuously growing in number and the celebration may just be the first of many celebrations in the future.

He referred to the Church as the Iglesia Ni Cristo (Church of Christ), whose members are celebrating its 100th year anniversary this July 27. 

Zabala is a former pastor of the Iglesia Ni Cristo serving one of the Church’s ecclesiastical districts. 

The public, as well as the members of the Church of Christ, together shared the sentiments of this historic political shift, with one proud individual saying, “It’s very uplifiting.”

For more updates on this historic political shift, follow @CalipsusPR on Twitter and join the thread using #PHParliament. 

May God bless The Queen.

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