Biography of Michael Rama a.k.a. Mike Rama

Date of Birth : October 28, 1954
Residence : Lemon St. Rama Compound, Basak, Cebu City

Vice - Mayor, City of Cebu (2001–2004, 2004-2007, 2007-present) President, Vice Mayor League of the Philippines

1st City Councilor of Cebu City (1998-2001) National President, Philippine Councilors League (PCL) Chairman on People's Law Enforcement Board (PLEB), North District Chairman on Coordinating and Advisory Council (PCAC) Cebu City Zoning Board Cebu Tourism Council Chairman, Area Vocational Rehabilitation Center II Advisory Council Chairman, Committee on Education, Employment, Livelihood Programs, & Cooperatives, SP Cebu City Executive Board Member, Boy Scout of the Philippines (BSP), Cebu City

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND Elementary, Basak Elementary School, Basak San Nicolas, Cebu City, Valedictorian
High School, University of Southern Philippines, Cebu City

College, Velez College, Cebu City, Pre-Medicince
College of Law, San Beda College, Metro Manila, Bachelor of Laws, 1983 Bar Examination

Member, Integrated Bar of the Philippines

Member, Young Lawyers Association of Cebu (YLAC)

Member, Rotary Club of Cebu Gaudalupe
Member, Board of Regents, Cebu Normal University
President, Accredited Voluntary Arbitrators of Cebu

President, Young Lawyers Association on Voluntary Arbitration (PAVA) - Visayas
Chairman, Cebu City Youth Development Commission Education

Father: The late Fernando Rama, past Cebu City Councilor
Mother: Natividada Lopez
Children : Michaeline F. Rama and Mikel F. Rama

Grandson of Vicente Rama, Senator and Father of Cebu City Charter, Congressman, Mayor and Cebu City Councilor

Nephew of Osmundo Rama, past Governor of Cebu Province

Nephew of Napoleon Rama, publisher of Manila Bulletin

Annabelle Rama
the mother of Ruffa, Richard and Raymond Gutierrez

Mike Rama is serving his last term as Vice-Mayor of Cebu City. Many had already speculated what will be his next career moves. While his statements were conceived as congenial to that of Mayor Tomas Osmeña's stances his actions seems to confused Cebuanos of what to expect from him in 2010 elections.

Here are some points Frank Malilong had correctly observed:
  1. Mike voiced his displeasure over the summary execution of suspected criminals even as Tommy was practically endorsing it in calling for a tougher stance against crime.
  2. Mike rejected a land deal that Tommy proposed with the Provincial Government.
  3. The City Council, under Mike’s leadership, invited Tommy to explain the closure of the South Coastal Road. In an attempt to soften its impact, the Council would later say they merely wanted the mayor to enlighten them on the issue but who’s kidding who?
Apparently, Mayor Tommy Osmeña has learned his lesson with Mayor Alvin Garcia.

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