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Kikang the performer

By Farina Roa Team OKKA . VICE Mayor Raineir Joaquin “Kikang” Uy is so passionate with his advocacies, he uses powers and resources at his disposal to see through solutions to issues close to his heart. Cagayan de Oro City ranking 1st nationwide in Resilience was largely due to the …

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A boon for Cagayan de Oro tourism

Renato Tibon . “A tree whose hungry mouth is pressed, against the earth’s sweet flowing breast.” – from Joyce Kilmer’s poem ‘Trees’ CAGAYAN de Oro City is home to many amazing sites which, if properly and sustainably developed, would bring in tourists boosting its reputation as the Gateway to Mindanao, …

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Kikang the enabler

By Farina Roa Team OKKA . First part THE simplicity of Cagayan de Oro City Vice Mayor Raineir Joaquin “Kikang” Uy loudly speaks of his character of humility, sincerity, and leadership. At 33, he has been consistent in his intention to serve. His family understands his calling to serve the …

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A coalition of the best minds and experience

Renato Tibon . “One’s philosophy is not best expressed in words; it is expressed in the choices one makes … and the choices we make are ultimately our responsibility.” – Eleanor Roosevelt SOMEBODY said you must make choices and take chances or your life never change. We try to make …

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Quite a character

By VINCE BORNEO National Unity Party . THREE House Committees (Good Government and Public Accountability, Local Government, and Ecology) that included Representatives Juliette Uy (Misamis Oriental, 2nd District) Henry Oaminal (Misamis Occidental 2nd District), Carlos Zarate (Bayan Muna Party-List), Lawrence Fortun (Agusan Del Norte 1st District), Malou Acosta-Alba (Bukidnon 1st …

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Weaponization of cases

By Teddy Sabuga-aTeam OKKA THE camp of Mayor Oscar S. Moreno regrets the “weaponization” of legal cases for political purposes because it has far-reaching implications to the overall legal system. The pattern is clear — the people filing the complaints against him are either connected to the local opposition he …

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Radical policy needed to empower the people

By LOUI MALIZA,PaDayon Pilipino THE incoming provincial vice governor of Misamis Oriental is adopting a radical approach in serving the constituents. For incumbent provincial board member Prexy Elipe of Misamis Oriental, the new approach is an assurance that the government’s basic services are delivered to the doorsteps of the constituents. …

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CDP-Padayon-Abamin: A coalition for unity and strength

Renato Tibon “The price of apathy towards public affairs is to be ruled by evil men.” – Plato DOES a political coalition work? Coalition means working together to achieve a common objective. Political coalition signifies a temporary alliance of groups or parties for purposes of winning an election although sometimes …

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Alam’s gambit

By JUN DAA Team OKKA . WHEN Councilor Alam Lim decided to run for the congressional seat of the 2nd district of the city, many thought the odds are not favorable to him. He had a few believers. One is Mayor Oscar Moreno who first broached the idea of him …

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