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Rufus is R.u.f.u.s.

Renato Tibon .  “When the best leader’s work is done, the people say, ‘we did it ourselves’.” – Lao Tzu RODRIGUEZ spells performance. The surname Rodriguez is a Spanish patronymic (meaning son or descendant of Rodrigo), which derivatives signify fame or power and is considered the 60th most common surname ...

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Forging unity is essential in lawmaking, representing

By VINCE BORNEOfor the National Unity Party .  EXISTING political realities in the Philippines dictate that the three main tasks of legislators in the Philippines are: (1) making, amending or revising laws; (2) exercising the congressional power of oversight on the other branches of government(executive and judiciary); and (3) determining ...

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With Dr. Gaane, you’re protected

By Boyet Martinez Campaign Manager, Team Gaane 2019 . I HAVE worked for and with Kagawad Maria Lourdes Seriña Gaane, M.D. for 13 years now. She deserves to be re-elected as councilor of the city’s 2nd District in the May 13, 2019 elections. Team Okka also deserves the privilege of ...

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Misor: On the cutting edge of development

BY LOUIE MALIZA Padayon Pilipino . WITH the dipping poverty incidence and a higher employment rate of more than 94 percent, the province of Misamis Oriental is now on the cutting edge of progress. This has given the provincial government, propelled by the active leadership of Governor Yevgeny Vincente Emano, ...

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Abamin: The party-list we need

Renato Tibon . REPUBLIC Act 7941 (signed into law on March 3, 1995) provides for the election of party-list representatives coming from the marginalized and under-represented people in the community including labor, urban poor, indigenous groups, women, youth and other such sectors (except the religious sector). Through a system of ...

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Deadlock: No more! (2)

By TEODORO SABUGA-A JR. Team OKKA . Last of two parts OVER and above the instituted programs and projects, the Office of the Vice Mayor continued to serve Kagayanons especially the marginalized through the Financial Medical Assistance. Vice Mayor Kikang Uy is particularly passionate over ministering to Kagayanons and allowing ...

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Misor infrastructure projects liberate mountain folk

By LOUIE MALIZA PaDayon Pilipino . ALTHOUGH barefoot, she would walk with gait, unmindful of the protruding sharp rocks, in an isolated mountain village in Misamis Oriental. She would carry a bunch of bananas on her head while looking straight at an uncharted trail covered with bushes and dried leaves. ...

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Cagayan de Oro deserves better

Renato Tibon . THE City of Gold as it is fondly called and varyingly acclaimed as the Gateway to Mindanao, the City of Golden Friendship and the River Rafting Capital of the Philippines, Cagayan de Oro is a highly urbanized chartered city with close to 700,000 inhabitants boosted by the ...

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Deadlock: No more!

By TEODORO SABUGA-A JR. Team OKKA . First of two parts THE first term (2013-2015) of Cagayan de Oro’s Local Chief Executive (LCE), Mayor Oscar Moreno, proved that it is difficult for two people from opposing political camps to occupy the highest leadership positions in the city — out of ...

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