Roy reaches out to mom, siblings ...
too late to start all over again. Let us all stop these. Let us sit down and talk like what our parents taught us to do during disagreement, he added.
We just wanted to rectify what we saw was wrong before. We can continue what we have started but it is not worth it. We are not getting any younger especially our beloved mother and whether we like it or not, we will have to cross this lifetime, Roy added.
“The lives of our employees, relationships of our children and grandchildren and for the next generations to come are at stake. And I cannot in my conscience allow this to go on. Some of you may think that I am saying this because we are no longer in physical possession of our terminals and Mansilingan office. Some might say what we lost today, we can recover tomorrow. But I choose not to prolong the public staging of our family feud and to leave these issues unresolved. As what our later father, Dr. Ricardo Yanson said, “In unity there is strength”. So once again I am reaching out to my mom and to all my siblings. Let us all sit down and sit aside our personal issues.
I want peace, I know, we all want peace. Let peace be in our hearts. Let us stop pointing fingers. Let us be a family again and our dad and mom will be proud of,” Roy said.
He asked and excused not to entertain media questions after he issued the statement.*