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Tomas Morato's apo shares story about GMA:"You may not like her but trust me when I tell you , she can get things done"

PNA news anchor Pia Morato Roces, photo from her Facebook account, inserted former President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo (ctto)

Descendant of Quezon City's first mayor Tomas Morato, and the great Chino Roces, Pia Roces Morato recently slammed the critics of now House speaker Gloria Macapagal Arroyo by sharing them a story of her personal experience with the former president.

Morato took Facebook to say that some people may not like Arroyo, but the latter “can get things done.”

Here’s the complete post from Morato:

Ok since some people are questioning the capabilities of the new House Speaker , let's put it this way ...

In 2009 I was tasked to begin the Spanish language at Dep Ed where I started in July of the same year.

By August , all teachers who underwent training at Instituto Cervantes took a written test which I developed at their regional offices. They were then ready to teach in their respective public schools , Spanish 101. My planning was not to exceed three months - and three months of planning should include actual implementation.

Thanks to my family and alma mater, I did it in one month .

We started with 15 public schools and 35 teachers .

By February 2010, Secretary of Education signed MOA in Barcelona Spain resulting in continued trainings for teachers with more schools and more teachers speaking the Spanish language which continued throughout 2016.

We had a mandate and we beat the odds .

You may not like FPGMA but trust me when I tell you , she can get things done .

P.S. I was very scared of her since I was new but I can't tell you enough how much I learned to strive for excellence since then .


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