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Majayjay Mayor Jojo Clado gets comfy in Ombudsman’s office

Dec 7, 2019 @ 11:52

Majayjay Mayor Jojo Clado has been spending some time in the Office of the Ombudsman’s office because of what he considers to be nuisance cases filed against him.

But Clado is far from uncomfortable and even described the office as his new place of peace and serenity in a recent Facebook post.

According to Clado, he has been frequenting the agency in connection with complaints brought by his enemies who have nothing better to do.

But he is not worried because he said he is on the side of truth

He will fight for what is right and will defend his position up to the end, he said.

He also warned his enemies that karma is real, and they would get what’s coming to them.

As for his supporters, he apologized that the complaints had taken some of his time away from them.

Despite these setbacks, he will continue to serve!

“OFFICE OF THE OMBUDSMAN

My new place of peace and serenity…

Tambay na naman sa Ombudsman ang inyong lingkod. Kahapon nandito na, meron ulit ngayon. Wala kasing magawa mga kalaban ko. Anyway kayang kaya nating harapin ito. Pag nasa katotohanan ka at may takot ka sa Diyos (yung iba kasi wala, makapanira ng kapwa wagas), wala kang kakatakutan!

Hanggang sa huli, ipaglalaban ko ang dangal ng aking pangalan, wagas na serbisyo at ngalan ng aking Bayan ng Majayjay at mga kasamahan sa panunungkulan na biktima din ng mga walang kwentang tao na wala namang nagagawa na tulong sa bayan (kahit suhestyon man lang) o sa mamamayan.

P. S.

Para sa aking mga kalaban: Tandaan, karma is very very real!

Para sa aking mga fans, supporters at believers: Sorry po kung nababawasan ang oras ko pagsilbihan kayo.

Tapat at may pusong laging

maglilingkod sa inyo,

❤️ Mayor Jojo Clado,” Clado posted.

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