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Padayon public servants drive, propel progress

By Loui Maliza Padayon Pilipino . SINCE the mid-’80s, the Padayon Pilipino has become the leading political party that has propelled progress in Misamis Oriental for last four decades. Organized in 1986, the Padayon Pilipino has since then became the political trailblazer of all aspiring politicians in the province of …

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Of champions and awards

Renato Tibon . “Champions are made from something they have deep inside – a desire, a dream, a vision.” -Mahatma Gandhi A CHAMPION is a winner, one who is proficient intellectually or physically in a contest or game. If you are a champion boxer like Manny Pacquiao, you are the …

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Verde Soko should attend hearing and tell the truth

By VINCE BORNEO National Unity Party . THREE committees of the House of Representatives will conduct this week a joint hearing in Cagayan de Oro City on the controversial importation and illegal dumping of hazardous garbage from South Korea. Upon the initiative of Region 10 lawmakers led by Misamis Oriental …

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‘Dutreno’

By RUCHE GUANGCO Team OKKA . THE dominant local political opposition whose kingpin has been decimated by Mayor Oscar S. Moreno not once, but twice, first in 2013 and then in 2016, had to scramble for a standard bearer. The “Alas,” as the kingpin is called by his subordinates (literally, …

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Scrambling to check ‘slow-onset disaster’

By LOUI MALIZA Padayon Pilipino . IT may sound strange to hear something like “slow-onset disaster.”  Or, was the song “Killing Me Softly” rather appropriate in describing the “phenomenon” that even disaster officials could not foresee its long run ill-effects? However, the provincial government of Misamis Oriental is not taking …

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Bebot: A champion for women

Renato Tibon . “If you want something said, ask a man; if you want something done, ask a woman.” -Margaret Thatcher ON March 8, 2019, women around the world celebrate the International Women’s Day. The IWD is a global day marked to commemorate the social, economic and political achievements of …

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Accountability for Sokor trash

By VINCE BORNEO National Unity Party . CONGRESSWOMAN Juliette Uy (Misamis Oriental, 2nd District) and three House Committees (Good Government and Public Accountability, Local Government, and Ecology) have taken notice of the criminal case the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI Region 10) has filed against so-called plastics recycler Verde Soko …

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Abaday’s service record

By Jane Rose Fiel Abaday Team OKKA . NOW you will know why he has a commanding presence and persistence to serve the people. Former barangay captain, former city councilor, Dean Roger Gabatan Abaday is a man with an illustrious past — yet still longing to contribute to the community, …

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Bambi hits the million mark in health services

By LOUI MALIZA Padayon Pilipino . FOUR years after the political opposition’s “prophets of doom” predicted the program to crash before it could take off, the Misamis Oriental Health Care System (Misorcares) has now become a health care model of the government at the local and national level. Provincial Governor …

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Champion for infrastructure: CDO, a competitive city

Renato Tibon . “Infrastructure investments lead to jobs. And quality of life starts with a good job.” -John Hickenlooper WITH a good job if I may hasten to extrapolate, comes a stable income, the level of consumption goes higher, production is enhanced and the cogwheels of the economy sufficiently engaged …

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