Retired Journo and Comms Expert on Ninoy Day: "Can’t we just scrap that holiday? He was a traitor!" - The Daily Sentry

Monday, August 13, 2018



Retired Journo and Comms Expert on Ninoy Day: "Can’t we just scrap that holiday? He was a traitor!"



Benigno "Ninoy" Aquino Jr. (Photo credit to Kahimyang.com)
Known for being fearless in speaking his mind over various political issues, Mr. Jay Sonza, veteran broadcaster and former TV host, time and again fires his powerful insight regarding a Facebook post of Casiano A. Navarro, communications expert, retired journalist and career executive service officer.

Sonza on a recent Facebook entry shared a fearless yet very powerful opinion of Navarro concerning the upcoming Ninoy Aquino Day, a national non-working holiday in the Philippines observed annually on August 21, commemorating the assassination of former Senator Benigno "Ninoy" Aquino, Jr.



The post of Navarro states that he actually can not envision why despite everything, the country still tags Aug. 21 as Ninoy Day. He too questions if the nation be able to simply abort the occasion since as per the retired journalist, Ninoy Aquino was a traitor.

Casiano Navarro's post (Credit ti his Facebook page)
"I can’t imagine why we still mark Aug. 21 as Ninoy Day. Can’t we just scrap that holiday? He was a traitor!", Navarro wrote.

Likewise, Jay Sonza can't help but assent with Navarro's thoughts and supported the latter, saying he too do not actually understand why they have to give national importance for somebody who was indicted with act of treachery and sentenced to die.

"I cannot but agree with you Cas, Ngayon na lumabas na ang ginawang kabalbalan at kataksilan sa bayan ni Ninoy. Panahon na nga atong itul-id ang kasaysayan sa atong yutang tabunon. I don't understand too why in the hell do we give national significance for someone who was convicted of treason and sentence to die by firing squad!", he wrote.

Ninoy Aquino (Photo credit to Esquire Philippines)
Sonza then said that it's already time to rectify the history of the nation since the indignity and treachery of Ninoy Aquino is now finally out.



Read his Facebook post below:

"I cannot but agree with you Cas, Ngayon na lumabas na ang ginawang kabalbalan at kataksilan sa bayan ni Ninoy. Panahon na nga atong itul-id ang kasaysayan sa atong yutang tabunon. I don't understand too why in the hell do we give national significance for someone who was convicted of treason and sentence to die by firing squad!(by the way,

+ Mr. Casiano Navarro is a retired career executive service officer and has served the Philippine government as a communications expert for more than 30 years, with roots from Pampanga, Batangas, Bukidnon and Agusan. He also speaks about 10 languages and dialects)."