In ancient Babylon, the term “Amora” is derived from the Hebrew and Aramaic verb amar “to speak”, and therefore please allow me to speak and be heard. I am not a leftist, centrist nor a rightist, but I support moved that concerns to the general welfare of Filipinos Overseas. I am just an ordinary Overseas Filipino Worker who believes what Pirke Avot says – “It is not what one says, but rather what one does, that makes a difference in the world.”
A Boholano by blood and born in Butuan City. Grown up and graduated intermediate (Nasipit, Central Elementary School) and secondary course (Saint Michael’s Institute now, Saint Michael College of CARAGA-SMCC) in Nasipit, Agusan Del Norte.
Worked as a Para Legal Officer in a Law Firm in Makati from 1986 to 1993 prior employment abroad. I am a community leader and actively involved in (Overseas Filipino Workers) OFW Advocacy. Former President of KAKAMPI-KSA (Kalipunang Kaakabay ng Mangagawang Pilipino sa Ibayong Dagat) and chaired the Political and Legal Affairs Committee. Currently, I am the former Secretary General of the Overseas Filipino Workers Congress-Riyadh (OFW Congress-Ruh). Member of International Coalition for Overseas Voting Rights (IcoFVR), Founder and former President of Nasipitnon-KSA, Int’l. ( Hometown Organization in KSA). Member and Honorary Adviser of All Filipino Table Tennis Association in Riyadh (AFTTA).
I am also a proud member of Overseas Filipino Council, International (OFCI) and United Filipinos Worldwide for Community Development (UFWCD).
I am an Overseas Filipino Worker for 17 Years. I worked in Jeddah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia from 1993 to 1997 and in Riyadh from 1998 up to present.
* A.M. Bahlas Co. Ltd. (Tahlia Road, near Bugshan Hospital, Jeddah, K.S.A. – 1993 to 1997)
* Al Ajial Co. Ltd. ( 3rd. Industrial Area, Al Kharj Road, Riyadh, K.S.A. – 1998 to October 2007)
* King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology, KACST ( King Abdullah Road, Riyadh, K.S.A. – 2008 up to present)
Past OFW Community Affiliation in Jeddah, KSA:
* Founding Member, Overseas Filipino Cooperative Council (OFWCC)
I am at present working inKing Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology (KACST), a Saudi Government organization responsible for Science and Technology development in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. I am assigned as Administrative Officer in the office of the Directorate for International Cooperation.
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I am Straight, Frank and Idealistic but deep within me I am Emotional and Sensitive. Also, I am curious, open-minded, independent, observant and comfortable with people or friends with prolific ideas. I am deeply involved in social organizing or activism and presently exploring the comparative world of politics. I believed that the world would be a better place to live when there is “social equality” among races.
Father: Daniel Gultiano Amora Sr. (Deceased) – From Bohol, WWII USAFFE (Cpl.), FilAm
Mother: Margarita Amad (Deceased) – From Moalbual, Cebu (Housewife)
Sister: Mila Amora Bacho, RN – FilAm, California, United States
Juanito “Ado” (EcE ) – at hometown, Visayan short story writer & poet
Dominico “Doods” (PEE) – Businessman, Consultancy Firm in Cebu
Daniel Jr. “Bebot” (IME) – Businessman, Construction-General Contractor in Manila
Manuel “Bobong/Mawe” (AAME) – OFW Riyadh