Around 20K devotees on the streets during Fiesta Señor’s motorcade – police
CEBU CITY, Philippines— Nearly 20,000 devotees, who patiently waited for the arrival of Señor Sto. Niño, were recorded from its drop off in Basilica in Cebu City to Cordova town on Saturday,
Different police units from Cebu City, Talisay City, Mandaue City, and Cordova town, have provided their various estimates on the crowd influx during the mobile procession along with the visperas of the Fiesta Señor, January 15.Police Lieutenant Colonel Janette Rafter, chief of operations of the Cebu City Police Office (CCPO), said that they estimated around 7,000 individuals, who waited along the streets bringing with them yellow and red flaglets and their image of the Holy Child.
Rafter said that the motorcade lasted for at least three hours as they started the mobile procession at past 6:40 p.m. already.Rafter further said that they did not record any crimes or major incidents in line with the celebration within the conduct of the motorcade.
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Different police units from Cebu City, Talisay City, Mandaue City, and Cordova town, have provided their various estimates on the crowd influx during the mobile procession along with the visperas of the Fiesta Señor, January 15. Police Lieutenant Colonel Janette Rafter, chief of operations of the Cebu City Police Office (CCPO), said that they estimated around 7,000 individuals, who waited along the streets bringing with them yellow and red flaglets and their image of the Holy Child. Padilla in Cebu City is a devout Catholic and a devotee of the Child Jesus. Rafter said that the motorcade lasted for at least three hours as they started the mobile procession at past 6:40 p. The parish is the fourth stop of today’s Fiesta Señor motorcade.m. But with the rise of COVID-19 cases in the city, the Archdiocese of Cebu and the city government decided to hold off the main activities of the fiesta, including the Novena Masses. already. Labe said these individuals (minors and those 65 years old and above) would not be allowed to enter and would be advised to go home.
Rafter further said that they did not record any crimes or major incidents in line with the celebration within the conduct of the motorcade. Mga 80 percent nawagtang. Niño especially amidst the surrounding adversity and uncertainties. Police Lieutenant Colonel Randy Caballes, chief of Talisay City Police Station, for his part, said that they only estimated around a hundred of individuals who waited in the city to witness this year’s motorcade. Caballes further said that the entire passing and stopover of the motorcade in the St Joseph the Worker Parish was peaceful. (I did not feel the Sinulog now. Police Lieutenant Colonel Franco Oriol, chief of the Mandaue City Police Office’s Traffic Enforcement Unit, said that they estimated about 10,000 devotees who waited along the route of the motorcade since it entered Mandaue City at past 8 p. Niño.m. 20 percent is left because the church is what is left, and it seems that they hardly allow the people to enter the church. Gi advisan ang mga nahinayak na og adto sa Basilica nga dili pasado as required nga mo pauli nalang,” Labe said.
on January 15. He said that they did not face any problem with the entire motorcade because people were also very compliant with the measures that they had implemented. So nag-expect ko ma normalize unta ron January, but ironic man kabaligtaran ang mga nahitabo,” she said. Niño will help us also stand again,” Billones said. On the other hand, the Lapu-Lapu City Police Office has yet to disclose their estimated figures of devotees who waited along the streets during Saturday’s motorcade. As it had its last stop at the Cordova town, Police Chief Master Sergeant Alex Noron of Cordova Police Station said that they also noted 2,500 individuals, who lined the roads of the town to welcome the arrival of the motorcade of the Señor Sto. So I expected that the situation will normalize this January, but ironically it was the opposite that happened. Niño. For the second, straight year, the Visperas Mass for the Fiesta Señor is off-limits to the public due to the continuing threats of COVID-19.m.
Like any other police unit, Noron said they also had not recorded any problems during the activity. (Plus, Odette passed and the calamity it brought was devastating, all communication was gone. The entire activity was solemn yet festive as people who waited in the route areas welcomed each stopover with shouts of praises and prayers. RELATED STORIES . “Lahi ang virtual kaysa sa personal gyod ta mosimba kay ma-feel gyod nako ang ka solemn sa Mass unlike sa virtual lang,” she said. The Mass was broadcast via television, radio, and social media channels.