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Commission on Audit (COA) Chairperson Maria Gracia M. Pulido Tan has been appointed to the United Nations (UN) Independent Audit Advisory Committee (IAAC). She is the first Filipino to serve in the IAAC since its creation in 2007.

Deputy Permanent Representative of Finland to the United Nations Janne Taalas, Chair of the Fifth Committee of the General Assembly (GA) of the UN, announced the appointment during the Committee’s 24th Session on December 18, 2013. Chairperson Pulido Tan replaces Mr. Vinod Rai of India as the Asia-Pacific representative of the committee and will serve a three-year term of office beginning January 1, 2014.

Members of the IAAC, a subsidiary body of the GA mandated to assist in its oversight responsibilities, are appointed in their personal capacity and are independent of the UN Board of Auditors, the Joint Inspection Unit and the UN Secretariat. They are senior level experts in finance, audit and other oversight related activities.

“I am grateful for the confidence the UN has placed in my expertise but I feel this appointment is also a reflection of the high regard of the international community for the solid track record and extensive experience of the COA in its various UN audit engagements. I come well- prepared and professionally equipped to contribute to the IAAC’s fulfillment of its mandate,” Chairperson Pulido Tan said.

“I also hope to bring the perspective and strength of a woman, a gender balance that should serve the UN well,” she added.


 The IAAC is responsible for advising the GA on the scope, results and effectiveness of audit and other oversight functions, especially the Office of Internal Oversight Services; on measures to ensure management’s compliance with audit and other oversight recommendations; and on various risk management, internal control, operational and accounting and disclosure issues.

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Philippine Daily News / Carlos Celdran by Ma. Isabel Ongpin
« on: October 14, 2019, 06:39:42 AM »
By Ma. Isabel Ongpin of The Manila Times

IT is untimely to pass away at 47 as Carlos Celdran did in Madrid last October 8.

It is hard to imagine the hyper personality that he was — talking, moving, yelling, gesticulating — now gone. And we have lost a part of ourselves as he goes beyond the horizon of our experience in art, history, patriotism, passion.

Carlos Celdran was first and foremost an artist. He had the artistic sensibility, and it showed early on. At 14, he was drawing cartoons for national broadsheets. He went on to the Rhode Island School of Design, experienced the New York art scene and came home to fit into Philippine society as a pre-eminent cultural worker. He was a performance artist. He could do stand-up comedy in the form of satire or irony or irreverence about historical and contemporary figures and national moments. He was a tour guide who used props while acting out the history he was referring to and the places he was bringing back to life in his tours. He had a devastating sense of humor that brought on laughter and pricks of guilt from those targeted.

As a tour guide, he brought Intramuros and Binondo, historic areas of old Manila, back to center and demonstrated their importance in
He was a student of Rizal and of course, an admirer. The Rizalist eye for critical analysis of Philippine society was cultivated in him. It brought out the rebel against authority that was part and parcel of his personality. Injustice and inequality prompted him to assail their perpetrators.

Naturally, it brought him to contemporary politics and the political figures that populate the Philippine political firmament — good and bad, colorful and inane, Macchiavellian and complicated, self-serving and ridiculous. He left the public servants who did their jobs and the servant leaders who strived to give their best at great sacrifice to be themselves without a word of criticism. Their deeds defined them; he did not need to elaborate on their service and behavior. But those who engaged in transactional politics, human rights violations, dictatorial instincts and the great enterprise of enriching themselves, he skewered in language and art.

A personality like Carlos’ invites strong feelings, either of like or dislike. He was much too forthright and too blunt to not have hurt some sensibilities, get peoples’ backs up, or become the object of snide criticism when he zeroed in on their flaws. But he was what he was, flaws and passions, with no apologies, no need to kowtow. He had high expectations for those in public life to show good governance, good behavior and love of country, exemplary public behavior that its citizens would reciprocate.

His love for history and his references to it in his performances would be perhaps DIY (Do It Yourself for more traditional academic historians). But it struck a chord with the young, making them think about their past and understand more their present in context. For others like tourists and foreigners, it was a window to the understanding of Filipino character and history, social mores and contemporary outlooks.

So, we look back at his Binondo and Intramuros tours, his concept of our history and his bringing to life versions of its recent controversial characters, and we regret to say goodbye. They were that good, that entertaining, that true. Nay, we are downcast and sad to have lost a character that was ubiquitous in our national journey and caused us to think seriously about our country and our patriotic duty.

One of Carlos’ passions was his promotion and defense of the Responsible Parenthood and Reproductive Health (RH) Act of 2012, which the country’s Catholic establishment attacked with hammer and tongs and not a few lies and apocalyptic threats. He believed that overpopulation was a cause of social problems. Therefore, he was seriously and passionately promoting the RH bill. His passion caused him to interrupt an ecumenical conference at the Manila Cathedral dressed as Rizal, in a bowler hat and black coat, to denounce friar misapplication of authority. He carried a placard on which was written the name “Damaso,” a friar of uncertain morals and dictatorial ways in Rizal’s novel, Noli Me Tangere, the epitome of colonialism’s sins. It was performance art.

But it did not amuse the target. Forgetting its Christian template of forgiveness, the Philippine institutional Church, in particular the Archdiocese of Manila, reacted swiftly and forcefully by filing a suit invoking an article of law against disturbing or insulting religious feeling. Then began Carlos Celdran’s Calvary — he was arrested, he was tried, he was convicted. He sued for pardon and apologized. This time he needed to be humble and ask for forgiveness. He knew it and did it. The Archdiocese claimed it had forgiven, but the suit went on all the way to the Supreme Court which affirmed his jail sentence. He went into exile, worked as a tour guide in Madrid, and died suddenly after only a few months of being away. Exile took its toll on someone who belonged to the Philippine political and social equation.

It was the ultimate hypocrisy that upon his death, the Archdiocese felt compelled to issue a statement that it had nothing to do with the case filed in court. It claimed it was not them but Catholic lawyers who pursued the case because of the infraction against religious sensibilities. It brought back to mind the vindictive colonial equivalent of refusing burial in church grounds of the brother-in-law of Jose Rizal, Mariano Herbosa. That was vengeance against Rizal who told the truth of the sins of colonial frailocracy that echoes in the Celdran case today.

Hardly anyone believes the Archdiocese’s self-serving statement. All it had to do was desist from pursuing the case and/or persuade the so-called “Catholic lawyers” to drop it when Carlos Celdran apologized and asked for pardon.

We are all sinners here and forgiveness is the mark of our Christianity, our faith and love, the virtues of Christ. In every Mass there is a prayer of confession that asks forgiveness for the sins one has done as well as for what one has left undone that should have been done. It could not be clearer to anyone who intones it at a Catholic Mass.

On this last, the Archdiocese of Manila failed big-time and publicly and we see it in what happened to Carlos Celdran, well-meaning, if impetuous, human and vulnerable, condemned by unforgiving religious institutional arrogance.

Goodbye Carlos, you go to Divine Benevolence which was denied to you here.

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Philippine Daily News / Ghana and Philippines Energy Cooperation
« on: October 13, 2019, 09:51:35 PM »

Secretary Alfonso G. Cusi met with Ghana officials yesterday (11 October) and discussed experiences and possible energy cooperation between Ghana and the Philippines. The Ghanese Delegation was headed by Minister John Peter Amewu (Energy – fourth from left) and Minister Ken Ofori-Atta (Finance – fifth from left). Also present were Philippine Ambassador to Ghana Shirley Ho-Vicario (middle), Consul to Ghana Carlos Rufino (second from left), Senior Undersecretary Jesus Posadas (second from right) and Philippine National Oil Company President Reuben Lista (first from right).

Ghana consulted the DOE about their experiences in the power sector, as the Ghanese government is exploring options on how to go about the possible privation of its power sector segments- generation, transmission and distribution. Currently, generation and transmission in Ghana is a government monopoly, and the country is seeking ways to increase supply and manage its high tariffs. Distribution of power in Ghana, meanwhile, is being operated by a consortium led by Philippine-based, Manila Electric Company (MERALCO). The Ministers of both countries also agreed to forge a cooperation agreement to strengthen the ties of the Philippines and Ghana and to have capacity building, as well as technical, technological and manpower exchanges.

The Ghanese high-level delegation is here in the Philippines to encourage local investors to invest in Ghana, particularly in the power sector.

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Bohol Latest News / Salary increase in Bohol
« on: October 12, 2019, 09:51:43 PM »
Press release from PIA Bohol
BCCI pleads ‘moratorium,’
BALO seeks pay increase

TAGBILARAN CITY, Bohol, October 11 (PIA)—Arguing more on the productivity basis for a wage increase, Bohol Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI) thinks an across-the-board increase in daily wages this year is irrational and not economically viable and instead, the group bats for a moratorium of the P338.00 daily pay.

BCCI, with two more organizations: Panglao Island Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PICCI) and Bohol Association of Hotels Resorts and Restaurants (BAHRR) as well as the Bohol Alliance of Labor Organizations (BALO) presented their positions papers during the last of the series of wage hearings across the Visayas that the Regional Tripartite Wage Productivity Board -7 (RTWPB-7) brought to Boholanos at the MetroCentre Hotel, October 11.   

And while BCCI suggests a moratorium considering that Bohol’s minimum wage is already higher than [those] of other provinces with almost the same or even better economic landscape, BALO, which is an aggrupation of six labor organizations asks for a P48.30 across-the-board adjustment in daily wages for all the workers in the non-agriculture and agriculture sectors in Region VII.

The RTWPB-7 led by National Economic Development Authority Regional Director Efren Carreon, Trade and Industry Regional Director Asteria Caberte, management representative Philip Tan and labor sector representative Jose Tomongha came to Tagbilaran to hold the last of the series of wage public hearings and also brought the wage proposals for kasambahays.

DTI Director Caberte said this is the first time that the RTWPB included the wage determination for the region’s kasambahays.

As to the RTWPB, the NEDA Director Carreon assured that the wage hearing would be a basis for the Board to decide on the wisdom of a wage increase considering the labor, management and the government in their decisions for the Department of Labor and Employment.

The wage hearing also came in with pending petitions of Cebu-based groups: Cebu Labor Coalition (CELAC), Lonbisco Employees Organization (LEO), Metaphil Workers Union (MWU) and UnionBank Employees Association for a P341.75 across-the board increase.   
Over this, BCCI, through its chairman Reginald Ong, admitted that while the petitions are workers’ rights, labor groups should [also] consider filing petitions for wage increase but seek for a win-win footing, based on the economic activities and annual GDP of a province or a city, and should never be computed on regional basis.

Labor groups have cited supervening conditions: high inflation rate, TRAIN Law, prices of basic commodities and services, high fuel prices, erosion of the peso purchasing power, low wages, poverty incidence and the widening gap between the rich and poor, growing unemployment, under-employment, job insecurity, and a horde of other factors.

BALO, with its officers and members from Bohol Light Company Incorporated Employee’s Union (BLCIEU), Bohol Limestone Mine Workers Union (BLMWU), Tagbilaran Coca Cola Plant Employee Workers Association (TACPEWA-AWATU), Southern Star Bus Incorporated Workers Union (SSBIWU), Philippine Marine Institute Faculty Employees Union (PMIFEU) and University Of Bohol Union Employees (UBUE), bunt for increased purchasing power of workers, balanced and equitable decision on wage increase decisions.

But, former BCCI Chairman Engr Albert Uy, pressed that Bohol can not go across the board because workers are not all equally skilled, and there is a noted attitude problem in local workers.

He said while workers in Luzon work on overtime, local workers not only hate that, they also go on long absences after paydays.

Besides, Chamber officials Marietta Gasatan, who works in the tourism sector revealed that this is not a favorable time to grant an increase when the economic driver tourism suffered some 20% decline in tourist arrivals.

BAHRR President Engr Allen Varquez also supported the claim and hints that any increase in wages in Bohol would dent on the industry.   
Considering all these, while the chamber agrees to the RTWPB’s functions to determine and fix wages applicable to a region, it should not, hamper or jeopardize the creation of jobs, erode the gains made by labor and capital in maintaining industrial peace and cooperation; hinder economic growth and development especially with Bohol economy largely comprised or micro and small enterprises that an increase can put these investments to agony in its capacity to pay its workers. (rahc/PIA-7/Bohol)

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Bohol News Archive / Bohol governor speaks at Asia Pacific Leaders Forum
« on: October 12, 2019, 09:28:48 AM »
DEC 10 2017

Bohol Gov. Edgar Chatto will be one of only two Filipinos to speak at the Asia Pacific Leaders’ Forum (APLF) on Open Government in Jakarta, Indonesia on Thursday in a rare global recognition of Bohol governance.

Department of Budget and Management (DBM) Sec. Benjamin Diokno is the other invited speaker from the Philippines.

The forum will bring together heads of states/governments, ministers, local government leaders, civil societies, business communities and development partners, among others, from the region and beyond.

The country is also sending as delegates Commission on
Audit (COA) Chairman Michael Aguinaldo and Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) Usec. Austere Panadero.

The Philippines is one of the signatories to the Open Government Partnership (OGP), which today involves 75 countries and 15 sub-national (local) governments committed to be more open, accountable.

The OGP is a multilateral global initiative aiming to secure concrete commitments from governments to promote transparency, empower citizens, fight corruption, and harness new technologies to strengthen governance.

The Indonesian government asked the Bohol leader to speak on “Exploring the Impact of Open Government for Inclusive Development at Sub-National Level.”

Chatto received the invitation from the APLF host country thru Indonesian Minister of National Development Planning Bambong P.S. Brodjonegoro, who also heads the National Development Planning Agency.

“We believe that your expertise and experience in open government implementation in Bohol, especially through people participation and empowerment, will be an excellent addition to our forum,” Brodjonegoro told Chatto on the formal invitation.

Many have considered the want of Asia Pacific region to showcase Bohol governance as a bonus validation of the province’s string of awards and recognitions.

Just recently, Bohol earned the “Most Business-Friendly Province” Award from the Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PCCI) and Seal of Good Local Governance (SGLG) Award from the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG).

No less than Pres. Rodrigo Duterte presented the PCCI award to Chatto while the DILG SGLG is Bohol’s third in a row, a hall of fame feat for the provincial government.


Likewise, the APLF organizers cited the Bohol governor as “one of our lead open government champions at the sub-national level, specifically in the open local legislation process.”

Carrying an overarching theme “Open Government for Inclusive Growth,” the forum will open in a morning plenary keynoted by Indonesian Pres. Joko Widodo at the Hotel Borobudur on December 14.

Public-private partnership is one sterling marks of Chatto’s administration in the pursuit of the governor’s principle and practice of shared leadership.

Thus, the APLF would like Chatto to also emphasize co-creation and citizen engagement for better development outcomes.

Specific to this is how working with the civil society and citizens on opening up legislative and budget processes helps in achieving more inclusive development in Bohol.

Bohol was highlighted as an open government model province at the High-Level Regional Conference on Open Government Partnership at the Philippine International Convention Center last August.

The conference was considered a side-event of the Philippine chairmanship of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) 2017.

Bohol even hosted four major meetings of the ASEAN, plus its dialogue partner countries, this year, polishing the province’s image as an emerging international convention destination.


The upcoming forum will give ample opportunities for participants to exchange knowledge and best practices on how the Asia-Pacific region has used open government to attain inclusive development.

This is development by promoting economic growth, reducing poverty, efficiently and effectively delivering public services, and promoting sustainable development both at national and local levels.

“With the world now experiencing a crisis of trust in institutions, there is a significant need to reinvigorate political leadership on open government that puts people’s well-being at the core,” forum organizers SAID.

Reforms towards more government openness and inclusivity are considered critical not only to assess progress and plan the future, but also to celebrate accomplishments.

Among others, the forum intends to achieve the building of relationships that encourage cross-country learning, working together to find ways to bolster individual efforts for reforms that put citizens first.


Since its launching in 2011, the Open Government Partnership or OGP has engaged in a discourse about “localizing the global agendas.”

In essence, it requires a two-way approach by which national priorities derived from global agendas are matched and shaped by local needs and priorities as determined by the local stakeholders.

Experiences have emphasized the importance of creating an enabling environment, which requires institutionalizing a legal or policy framework for reforms and financing initiatives that link global and local thrusts.

Also to speak are Mayor Sunduin Batbold of Ulaanbaatar City in Mongolia; Mayor Tri Rismaharini, Surabaya, Indonesia; Anano Tsintsabadze, Open Society Georgia Forum; Dr. Youngsook Nam, seceratary-general, WeGo; and Dr. Bernardia Irwati Tjandradewi, secretary-general, United Cities and Local Governments – Asia Pacific (UCLG-ASPAC).

The Bohol governor is the only from the ranks of Philippine local government to speak at the global forum, aside from being one of the only two invited Filipino speakers.

The Indonesian government fully sponsors the trip of Chatto, who will be accompanied by Bohol First Lady and Balilihan Mayor Pureza Veloso-Chatto

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Bohol News Archive / Barangay officials meet with Gov Art Yap
« on: October 12, 2019, 09:25:04 AM »
PR August 2019
Bohol barangay officials today trooped to see their new capitol and new governor, Arthur Yap, 38 days since he assumed the province’s highest elective office.

The 26th Bohol governor welcomed them as he had also them meeting with some provincial department heads on varied concerns affecting the grassroot constituency.

Yap turned over assistance for different projects, Philhealth member data records (MDRs) for the barangay officials themselves, and Botika sa Barangay kits.

In an ensuing forum, the following department heads presented different provincial programs and heard several concerns raised by the barangay officials—-Provincial Health Officer Reymoses Cabagnot, Provincial Agriculturist Larry pamugas, Provincial Veterinarian Stella Marie Lapiz, Provincial Social Welfare and Development Officer Carmelita Tecson, Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Officer Anthony Damalerio, Provincial Budget Officer Peter Retutal and Provincial Engineer Camilo Gasatan.

The visiting barangay officials came from the province’s Third District, which former congressman is Yap no less.

Yap had gone to all the barangays of his district while he was their solon.

He said it is now the turn of the barangay officials to come and see their new provincial capitol.

The governor is setting separate times to personally see the officials of the First and Second District barangays.

In his campaign rounds especially in the island barangays off Second District, Yap was appalled by the living condition of the people who have no access to care and facilities on health and sanitation, water, electricity.

For Yap, allowing neglect to continue consuming their human dignity is too much hurtful a mistake

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Bohol Tourism | Bohol Travel & Tour / Fastcat Cebu-Tubigon Fare Rate
« on: October 12, 2019, 09:22:07 AM »
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Directory Philippines / Tubigon-Cebu Boat Schedule Fastcat
« on: October 12, 2019, 09:15:39 AM »
Tubigon-Cebu Boat Schedule Fastcat
Travel time: 1 and a half hours

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Directory Philippines / Cebu-Tubigon Fastcat Boat Schedule
« on: October 12, 2019, 09:13:50 AM »
Cebu-Tubigon Fastcat Boat Schedule
Travel time: 1 and 1/2 hours

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Directory Philippines / Fastcat Contact Number
« on: October 12, 2019, 09:12:06 AM »
Fastcat Mobile Phone Numbers
In Tubigon, Bohol Port: 09985930969
In Cebu City Port: 09985930968

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Philippine Government / How Much Philippine Politicians Get
« on: October 12, 2019, 09:09:10 AM »
By Luis Teodoro/ Businessworld/ 10.9.19

"In the Duterte budget, members of the House majority approved for themselves a P100 million bonanza each, and a P750 million bounty for each of the 22 deputy speakers whose posts Duterte ally Alan Peter Cayetano and his accomplices created to reward those who led the campaign to elect him Speaker.

But the same House majority also approved Mr. Duterte’s cuts in the proposed budget of the Department of Education by some P21 billion, as well as P16.6 billion from that proposed by the Department of Health.

Charged with implementing the free tertiary education program, the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) budget was also cut by P11.7 billion.

If the national budget is any indication of regime priorities, as proposed by Mr. Duterte and as approved by the House, the message it is sending is that further enriching the alleged representatives of the people is first.

As Senator Panfilo Lacson pointed out, those worthies will get at least P100 million each in pork barrel funds that they may use for whatever purpose.

The same budget is also saying that Mr. Duterte now has over P2 billion more (for a total of over P4 billion) to do with as he pleases since intelligence and confidential funds are not subject to COA (Commission on Audit) oversight.

The same budget is also declaring that despite the perennial shortfall in classrooms and teachers in the public school system, the education of the country’s young is of little or no concern at all to both Mr. Duterte and the ladies and gentlemen of the House of ill-repute.

It is also announcing, for the information of the entire country and the world, that they couldn’t care less about enhancing and maintaining the health surveillance and vaccination system, despite the surge in the number of dengue and measles cases and the return of poliomyelitis to the country after more than 30 years.

The latter health issues, as almost everyone knows by now were partly created by the partisans of the Duterte regime’s politicization of the Dengvaxia issue in 2017 by whipping up mass hysteria over the supposed dangers of vaccinations.

That campaign was led by a non-doctor with the connivance of certain government and media personalities.

Like their patrons, that sorry band was completely indifferent to the consequences of what they were doing as long as they could heap blame on the administration prior to that of Mr. Duterte’s.

That episode only helps validate the conclusion that ONLY GREED, RATHER THAN PUBLIC INTEREST, citizen well-being, health or even safety, is what drives the dynasties, their collaborators and their agents who have monopolized political power for decades." (all caps mine, for emphasis)

(full column:

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Philippine Daily News / Asawa Nabitin sa Kumbate Gidunggab ang Bana
« on: October 12, 2019, 07:42:17 AM »
By RMN Gensan
bana gidunggab sa asawa human nabitin

General Santos—Samad sa iyang tyan ang naangkon sa usa ka bana nga itago lang sa  pangalang Alias Guido, legal age nga taga Jose Abad Santos,  Davao Occidental human nga gidunggab sa iyang asawa human nabitin sa ilang  pakighilawas alas 2:55 ang takna sa kabuntagon.

Subay sa nahipos nga report sa Dr. Jorge Royeca Hospital, ayha nahitabo ang pagpanunggab, nag-sige ug hangyo matud pa ang bana ngadto sa iyang asawa nga makighilawas, apan wala matud pa nisugot ang asawa tungod kay gikapoy ang lawas niini.

Sa kadugayang hangyo sa biktima misugot ang iyang asawa apan ang problema ang biktima na usab ang walay kondisyon sa lawas mao nga wala kini milahutay.

Tungod niini nasuko ang asawa mikuha ug icepick ug gidunggab ang iyang bana igo sa tyan nga bahin.

Hinuon dili man grabe ang samad nga naangkon sa biktima ug human natambalan, siya nakagawas ra usab sa ospital.

Philippine Daily News / Bana Hubog Gitigbas sa Asawa
« on: October 11, 2019, 08:43:15 PM »
By RMN Gensan
Bana gitigbas sa iyang asawa

General Santos City—Samdan ang usa ka Danilo Bonet nga taga Purok Islam, Barangay South, Gensan human gitigbas sa iyang asawa alas 12:00 sa tungang gabie sulod mismo sa ilang panimalay.

Subay sa tala sa Dr. Jorge Royeca Hospital nasayran nga niuling hubog ang biktima, pag abot sa ilang balay, iya matud pang gisamok-samok ang iyang asawa.

Tungod sa kalagot nikuha ang asawa niini ug sundang dayon gitigbas ang nasampit igo sa likod nga bahin ingon man sa iyang kamot. Gidala dayon sa ospital ang biktima ug luwas na sa kuyaw nga kahimtang.

Sa pagsuwat ning balita wala pay kumpermasyon kung mopasang-at ug kaso ang biktima batok sa iyang asawang nanigbas kaniya.

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Philippine Daily News / Asawa Gidunggab sa Bana Human Wala Pajerjera
« on: October 11, 2019, 08:35:41 PM »
By RMN Gensan

Ginang gidunggab sa bana human nibalibad

General Santos City—Samad sa Kilid ang naangkon sa ginang nga itago lang sa panglang Alias Helen, 42 anyos nga taga Maitum, Sarangani Province ug temporaryong nagpuyo sa  Purok 6, Barangay Ligaya, Gensan human kining gidunggab sa iyang bana gamit ang screw driver alas 2:30 ang takna sa kaadlawon.

Sumala sa ginang atol sa pakighinabi sa DXMD-RMN Gensan news Team, adunay okasyon sa balay sa ilang anak, human matud pa ug panghipos iyang gihagad ang iyang bana nga maghigda.

Samtang naghigda, buot makighilawas ang bana ngadto sa biktima  apan namalibad kini gumikan sa kakapoy sa iyang lawas human sa okasyon sa iyang anak.

Gikasuko martud pa kini sa iyang bana diin misangko sa panaglalis ang tanan. Apil usab nga gipahimungtan sa suspek ang ilang anak nga lalaki diin hapit sab niya kining tigbasa.

Nadunggaban ang ginang sa iyang kilid kansa gidala dayon sa ospital samtang ang suspek nadakpan sa kapulisan nga sakop sa Police station 3 atol sa ilang pagrespondi sa lugar.

Dugang pa sa ginang nga dili kini ang unang higayon ngna siya gipasakitan sa iyang bana, sanglit pirmi siyang kulatahon niini.

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Health and Food / Story Behind Founder of KFC
« on: October 11, 2019, 05:28:45 PM »
Reposted from FB
At age 5 his father died.
At age 16 he quit school.
At age 17 he had already lost four jobs.
At age 18 he got married.
Between ages 18 and 22, he was a railroad conductor and failed.
He joined the army and washed out there.
He applied for law school, he was rejected.
He became an insurance sales man and failed again.
At age 19 he became a father.
At age 20 his wife left him and took their baby daughter.
He became a cook and dishwasher in a small cafe.
He failed in an attempt to kidnap his own daughter, and eventually he convinced his wife to return home.
At age 65 he retired.
On the 1st day of retirement he received a check from the Government for $105.
He felt that the Government was saying that he couldn’t provide for himself.
He decided to commit suicide, life wasn’t worth living anymore; he had failed so much.
He sat under a tree writing his will, but instead, he wrote what he would have accomplished with his life. He realized there was much more that he hadn’t yet done. There was one thing he could do better than anyone he knew. And that was how to cook.
So he borrowed $87 against his check and bought and fried up some chicken using his recipe, and went door to door to sell them to his neighbors in Kentucky.
Remember, at age 65 he was ready to commit suicide.
But at age 88 Colonel Sanders, founder of Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) Empire was a billionaire.
Moral of the story: It's never too late to start all over.
You have what it takes to be successful. Go for it and make a difference.

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Press Release Philippines / EC-ICT Summit 2019
« on: October 11, 2019, 07:58:08 AM »
2019 EC-ICT Summit spearheaded by Philreca and Electric Cooperative Information Communication Technology together with the House of Representatives of the One EC-MCO Movement Partylist, Hon. Sergio C. Dagooc of APEC, Hon. Presley C. De Jesus of Philreca, Hon. Godofredo N. Guya of Recoboda & Hon. Adriano A. Ebcas of Ako Padayon Pilipino, NEA Administrator Mr. Edgardo R. Masongsong. This summit was held at Elements, Centris Quezon City this October 10-11, 2019.

Agenda of this summit:
- Importance of IT in Electric Cooperatives
- Prevention of modern threats such as Ransomwares
- Cybersecurity/Firewalls
- Designing Network Infrastructures
- Election of Regional and National EC-ICT Officers

Lanao del Sur Electric Cooperative, Inc. with the initiative of our General Manager Nordjiana L. Dipatuan-Ducol, DPA, Lasureco ITs actively participated Philreca’s IT Summit to adopt new innovation & technology to give good quality service to our Member-Consumer-Owners.

Elected officers for Regional and National Electric Cooperative ICT was conducted and the BARMM Regional President & National Regional Dir. Mr. Aminuddin Mikunug and BARMM Vice President Mr. Anwar L. Balt Jr.

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Directory Philippines / Sul Orchids Flower Shop
« on: October 10, 2019, 02:24:02 PM »
Sul Orchids Flower Shop
Matina Town Square, Davao City
082 297 0785

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Directory Philippines / Puentespina Orchid Gardens
« on: October 10, 2019, 02:23:00 PM »
Puentespina Orchid Gardens
Bolcan, Davao City
Phone: 082 221 1395

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Directory Philippines / Puentespina Orchid and Tropical Plants
« on: October 10, 2019, 02:21:45 PM »
Puentespina Orchid and Tropical Plants
Bolcan, Davao City
Phone 082 221 8248

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Directory Philippines / Puentespina Orchid and Tropical Plants
« on: October 10, 2019, 02:19:47 PM »
Puentespina Orchid and Tropical Plants
Bolcan, Davao City
Phone 082 221 8248

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