Eagle News Correspondent in the United Kingdom Vi Sison reports that Iglesia Ni Cristo members are eager to participate in the INC WorldWide Walk despite bad weather conditions.
Eagle News Correspondent Des Asenas gives us the details of the preparations of Hawaii for the INC WorldWide Walk.
A thunderous round of applause greeted the performance of the first Filipino athlete to compete in the Winter Olympics. 17-year old Michael Christian Martinez gave a near-perfect performance, attaining 19th place with a score of 64.81. His performance raises the possibility of the Philippines winning a medal in the Sochi Winter Olympics.
Northeastern United States was covered in snow because of the heavy snowstorm, covering 750,000 houses and business establishments, causing power outages and flight cancellations. 18 were reported killed because of the snowstorm.
Participants of the INC WorldWide Walk from all over the world sent their photos to Eagle News Service as they prepare for such momentous event.
In Madrid, Spain, extreme artists attempt to walk a tightrope attached between two hot air balloons.
Eagle News Correspondent in Baguio Freddie Rulloda gives us an exclusive report regarding the preparations of Baguio City for the INC WorldWide Walk. He gives us the details of the security plan to be implemented by the Baguio police.
Mata ng Agila Anchor Sam Cepeda interviews Roxanne Casinsinan from Auckland, New Zealand regarding their preparation for the INC WorldWide Walk for Those Affected by Typhoon Yolanda.
INC District of Northern California is all systems go for the “INC WorldWide Walk for Those Affected by Typhoon Yolanda”.
The Quezon Province PNP is ready with its security operations for the “INC WorldWide Walk”. Local police said that aside from the usual number of authorities that will be stationed in the area, at least 60 more police personnel and additional military men will be deployed for the said event, which is expected to fetch over a million participants here and abroad.
Authorities and local police of Pangasinan says that their security operation is ready for the charity event that will be held today at the De Venecia Highway in the said province. Millions are expected to join the Iglesia Ni Cristo (INC) WorldWide Walk from here and abroad, which is slated to begin at 4 pm local time.
MANILA- Philippines (Eagle News Service) — Hundreds of thousands to a million participants are expected to turn up at the Metro Manila site of the Iglesia Ni Cristo World Wide Walk for survivors of super typhoon Yolanda on Saturday, February 15, which will also be held in 85 other sites in the Philippines and in 55 sites abroad. The global walk for a cause on Feb. 15 is expected to be a record-breaking event as […]