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2014-08-10T14:41:46+08:00
I think this happen to him laddy but i dont think is right that is all i know

Osmeña received his elementary education at the Colegio de San Carlos and graduated in 1892. Osmeña continued his education inManila, studying in San Juan de Letran College where he first met Manuel L. Quezon, a classmate of his, as well as Juan Sumulongand Emilio Jacinto. He took up law at the University of Santo Tomas and was second place in the bar examination in 1903. He served on the war staff of General Emilio Aguinaldo as a courier and journalist. In 1900, he founded the Cebu newspaper, El Nuevo Díawhich lasted for three years.
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