Cagayan de Oro – Mindanao Gold Star Daily https://mindanaogoldstardaily.com Read the Latest News and Updates in Mindanao Sat, 07 Dec 2019 03:16:20 +0800 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.3 https://mindanaogoldstardaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/cropped-GSD-Browser-icon-32x32.png Cagayan de Oro – Mindanao Gold Star Daily https://mindanaogoldstardaily.com 32 32 Oro bishop: Inclusive dialogue needed to attain Mindanao peace https://mindanaogoldstardaily.com/oro-bishop-inclusive-dialogue-needed-to-attain-mindanao-peace/ Fri, 06 Dec 2019 20:11:00 +0000 https://mindanaogoldstardaily.com/?p=105762 By JIGGER J. JERUSALEM Correspondent GOING down to the communities affected by the armed conflict and understanding the root causes of inequality is one of the ways to achieve lasting peace in Mindanao, a Roman Catholic Church leader said. Ledesma Reaching out to the people in the grassroots and getting them involved in the peace …

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By JIGGER J. JERUSALEM
Correspondent

GOING down to the communities affected by the armed conflict and understanding the root causes of inequality is one of the ways to achieve lasting peace in Mindanao, a Roman Catholic Church leader said.

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Reaching out to the people in the grassroots and getting them involved in the peace dialogue while at the same time extending to them the basic services could be the key in putting an end to the insurgency in the countryside, said Cagayan de Oro Archbishop Antonio Ledesma.

“If we can continue with local peace conversations, where we can bring together representatives of remote communities and representatives of government agencies then there can be an acceleration of development projects in the right place,” he said during a forum on sustainable peace and inclusive development held here this week.

The forum was attended by more than a hundred participants from people’s organizations, non-governmental organizations, church leaders, and the government sector in the region. It was conducted in partnership with the Office of the Presidential Adviser for Peace Reconciliation and Unity (Opapru) and Balay Mindanaw Foundation Inc.

The gathering was organized to provide a venue where stakeholders can discuss and identify areas of convergence and complementation between the Regional Task Force to End Local Communist Armed Conflict (RTF-Elcac) technical working group and participating groups in the implementation of the government’s Convergence Areas for Peace and Development (Capdev) program.

Ledesma said both the government and the civil society groups have different services to offer and if these can be harmonized through convergence and dialogue, then they can “build a society that is peaceful and developing for all.”

“We hope that with this gathering, the Church and other Church leaders can continue our roles as facilitators and mediators of development,” the prelate said.

He added: “It is important for government agencies to have this linkage so that we can bring to their attention what are the needs of the communities that see themselves as being deprived and being left out in the development process.”

Mayor Oscar Moreno has emphasized the importance of solidarity in attaining lasting peace in Mindanao.

“Mindanao has lived divided and polarized for far too long already. It’s about time that we leave and bias and prejudice behind, we leave the conflict and division of Mindanao behind and learn to live in peace and harmony in spite of our diversity,” Moreno said.

“As we pursue this agenda, we can attain peace and order that will lead us to growth and development. Hopefully, we can sustain it and see Mindanao becoming the land of fulfillment, a land of sustainable growth and development,” he said.

Ariel Hernandez, the co-chair of the Opapru Joint Normalization Committee, said reconciliation and social healing are needed in attaining just and lasting peace.

“While we talk about social conditions and how to end the root causes of the insurgency, one of the most difficult parts of ending any conflict is how to close it. How do we bring the discussion of peace reconciliation and unity? How do we repair the emotions and relationships? The armed conflict may end but many will remain unhealed,” he said.

Maj. Gen. Franco Nemesio Gacal, commander of the Army’s 4th Infantry Division and RTF-Elcac TWG chairperson, said the capability, competence, and commitment of groups involved in humanitarian aid, grassroots initiatives, local spaces for peace-building dialogues, and conflict resolutions and reconciliation programs are vital in the pursuit of peace and sustainable development in the region.

He said the civil society will be the last component that would interlink the three major sectors, aside from the government and the private sector, working on the forefront and implementing efforts to end the local communist armed conflict.

“To effectively address the challenges brought upon by the root causes of the insurgency, it is evident that the approach to peace and nation-building should go beyond what the military is doing. We cannot move forward without everyone’s help and support,” the military official said.

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46 Normin samples test negative for polio https://mindanaogoldstardaily.com/46-normin-samples-test-negative-for-polio/ Thu, 05 Dec 2019 20:13:00 +0000 https://mindanaogoldstardaily.com/?p=105734 By URIEL C. QUILINGUING, Contributing Editor THE Department of Health on Tuesday said the 46 acute flaccid paralysis specimens from Northern Mindanao that were sent to the Research Institute for Tropical Medicine last week all tested negative for poliovirus. This was indicated in a DOH-10 briefer, even as the synchronized 12-day polio outbreak response immunization, …

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By URIEL C. QUILINGUING, Contributing Editor

THE Department of Health on Tuesday said the 46 acute flaccid paralysis specimens from Northern Mindanao that were sent to the Research Institute for Tropical Medicine last week all tested negative for poliovirus.

This was indicated in a DOH-10 briefer, even as the synchronized 12-day polio outbreak response immunization, which took off Nov. 25 this year, has reached a little over 89 percent of the 584,078 targeted total number of eligible children in the region.

The 46 acute flaccid paralysis cases, from whom stool samples were taken for laboratory examinations, came from the disease reporting units of Bukidnon (13), Lanao del Norte (13), Misamis Oriental (11), Misamis Occidental (7), and Camiguin (2), according to Dr. Elma Oclarit, head of DOH 10 family health cluster.

Acute flaccid paralysis is a sudden onset of paralysis or weakness in any part of the body of a child less than 15 years of age and a common sign of acute polio and used for surveillance during polio outbreaks.

“Laboratory results showed the AFP cases were not due to poliovirus since these symptoms could be due to other diseases,” Oclarit said, unlike the six confirmed polio cases—five from the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao and a single cases in Laguna.

In the meantime, rapid coverage assistance (RCA) teams, composed of a vaccinator, recorder, and guide, have been deployed to reach out to more than 62,000 eligible children—59 months and below—who have not been immunized with the oral polio vaccine.

The same briefer shows only Lanao del Norte province posted a 90.15-percent immunization performance while the rest lagged behind: Camiguin (80.39 percent), Bukidnon (85.08 percent), Misamis Oriental (86.80 percent), and Misamis Occidental (87.04 percent).

Among cities, the best performer in polio immunization, so far, is Gingoog City (97.71 percent) followed by Valencia (94.84 percent), Ozamiz (94.82 percent), Cagayan de Oro (93.83 percent), Iligan (93.71 percent), and Malaybalay (90.60 percent) while El Salvador and Oroquieta are way below at 86.93 percent and 80.03 percent, respectively.

“We’re optimistic the 95-percent target can be achieved,” said the DOH-10 polio immunization focal person, admitting there are “high-risk areas” for the RCA teams which include urban slums, vaccine-hesitant communities, and misinformed population. She said there are also people who have religious beliefs that diseases can be prevented and even cured by sheer faith in God.

“We’re so thankful that Archbishop (Antonio) Ledesma issued a pastoral letter urging all churchgoers to avail of the free polio immunization for children below five years old,” Oclarit said in a media briefing.

Polio or poliomyelitis is a crippling and potentially deadly infectious disease caused by the poliovirus. The virus can spread from person to person and can invade an infected person’s brain and spinal cord, causing paralysis.

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City council continues deliberating budget https://mindanaogoldstardaily.com/city-council-continues-deliberating-budget/ Thu, 05 Dec 2019 20:04:00 +0000 https://mindanaogoldstardaily.com/?p=105724 MARATHON budget deliberations on the city’s executive budget for 2020 continues this week. Sitting as a Committee of the Whole, the City Council held deliberations on the proposed budgets of the CDO Trade and Investment Promotion Center; Technical Vocational Institute; City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office; Human Resource and Management Services Offices; Office of …

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MARATHON budget deliberations on the city’s executive budget for 2020 continues this week.

Sitting as a Committee of the Whole, the City Council held deliberations on the proposed budgets of the CDO Trade and Investment Promotion Center; Technical Vocational Institute; City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office; Human Resource and Management Services Offices; Office of the City Administrator; City Planning and Development Office; Office of the Building Official; City Civil Registry Office and City General Services Department, among others.

On Wednesday, the legislative body tackled the proposed budgets for the city’s Statutory and Contractual Obligations; Aid to different government entities and special purpose funds as well as the auxiliary programs and services for the social services sector, and other city hall offices. (sp)

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Gaane commends health workers for efforts on drive against polio https://mindanaogoldstardaily.com/gaane-commends-health-workers-for-efforts-on-drive-against-polio/ Wed, 04 Dec 2019 20:07:00 +0000 https://mindanaogoldstardaily.com/?p=105642 COUNCILOR Maria Lourdes Gaane, chair of the City Council committee on health and health insurance, lauded the efforts of health workers who have been on the frontline of the mass immunization drive in the city. This, as the Department of Health (DOH) in coordination with the City Health Office conducted outbreak response immunization in different …

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COUNCILOR Maria Lourdes Gaane, chair of the City Council committee on health and health insurance, lauded the efforts of health workers who have been on the frontline of the mass immunization drive in the city.

This, as the Department of Health (DOH) in coordination with the City Health Office conducted outbreak response immunization in different barangays and malls last week.

It may be recalled that Mayor Oscar Moreno together with Councilors Gaane, Edgar Cabanlas, Roger Abaday led the kick-off campaign for “Sabayang Patak Kontra Polio” on Nov. 26.

The massive vaccination campaign conducted by the health workers is part of the first round of oral polio vaccination. The second round will be on Jan. 6 to 18, 2020.

The city aims to vaccinate over 105,000 children and expects to reach 95-percent or more immunization coverage within two weeks.  Children ages zero to 59 months are eligible for the Oral Polio Vaccine Type 2 (OPV2).

Gaane reiterated that parents should participate in the synchronized polio vaccination to prevent their children from the transmission of the disease.

Akong gi-awhag ang tanan ginikanan na pabakunahan gayud ang inyong mga anak nag edad 0 – 59 months sa atong mga personahi sa panglawas matag barangay,” she advised.

Naa ta’y house to house sabayang patak Kontra Polio ug pwede sad kamo makabisita sa atong mga health centers para didto magpabakuna,” she announced.

Gaane said through collaborative efforts, children will be protected and no one will be infected with polio.

Daghang salamat sa tanang miduyog sa atong kampanya kontra polio,” said Gaane. (sp)

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Oro rescue unit to get new gear soon https://mindanaogoldstardaily.com/oro-rescue-unit-to-get-new-gear-soon/ Wed, 04 Dec 2019 20:06:00 +0000 https://mindanaogoldstardaily.com/?p=105641 THE City Council during its regular session recently has enacted an ordinance authorizing the purchase of various equipment/items amounting to P2,382,168 for Disaster Prevention and Mitigation under the Local Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Fund five-percent Calamity Fund for calendar year 2019  of the City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Department (CDRRMD). The equipment to …

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THE City Council during its regular session recently has enacted an ordinance authorizing the purchase of various equipment/items amounting to P2,382,168 for Disaster Prevention and Mitigation under the Local Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Fund five-percent Calamity Fund for calendar year 2019  of the City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Department (CDRRMD).

The equipment to be purchased include two pieces  Kootenay Ultra Pulley,  one set Unified Communication Booster Card, and 12 other items amounting to P2,212,968, among others.

In his letter-request addressed to the City Council, CDRRMD OIC Nick Jabagat explained that since there was no breakdown of the said items in the Annual Budget and the LDRRMF Investment Plan (Five-percent Calamity Fund) of the current year and considering the spate of occurrences of earthquakes, said items must be procured within this period.

These items are also necessary for the efficient and effective delivery of appropriate services needed by the general public and will be utilized by the office’ Urban Search and Rescue and Oro Computer-Aided Disaster Coordination Center on a 24/7 operations, he added.

The legislation was reviewed and endorsed by the committees on finance, budget and appropriations and on laws and rules respectively chaired by Councilors Edna Dahino and Ian Mark Nacaya. (sp)

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City council okays brgys Agusan, Macabalan supplement budgets https://mindanaogoldstardaily.com/city-council-okays-brgys-agusan-macabalan-supplement-budgets/ Wed, 04 Dec 2019 20:05:00 +0000 https://mindanaogoldstardaily.com/?p=105640 TWO more barangays can now continue implementing their remaining plans, programs, and projects for the year. This after the City Council adopted separate resolutions returning to Barangays Agusan and Macabalan their respective supplemental budgets No. 1 with the information that these are in order and may be given force and effect. From its estimated income …

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TWO more barangays can now continue implementing their remaining plans, programs, and projects for the year.

This after the City Council adopted separate resolutions returning to Barangays Agusan and Macabalan their respective supplemental budgets No. 1 with the information that these are in order and may be given force and effect.

From its estimated income of P1,501,658.18, Barangay Agusan has appropriated P410,306.55 and P112,951.40 representing 20-percent Development Fund and 10-percent SK fund, respectively.

The remaining amount of P978,400.23 is intended for other appropriations like MOOE and capital outlay subject to availability of funds and all accounting and auditing rules and regulations.

Meanwhile, Barangay Macabalan has appropriated P1,915,000 for MOOE and P3,077,055 for capital outlay specifically for the rehabilitation of its session hall with cubicles, furniture and fixtures, sound system and projector, and the purchase of three units air conditioners, among others. (sp)

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Graft court orders Elipe sibs arrested https://mindanaogoldstardaily.com/graft-court-orders-elipe-sibs-arrested/ Tue, 03 Dec 2019 20:14:02 +0000 https://mindanaogoldstardaily.com/?p=105572 By NITZ ARANCON Correspondent and CONG B. CORRALES Associate Editor THE anti-graft court has ordered the arrest of former Cagayan de Oro councilor and Misamis Oriental board member President Elipe and his sister Pristine Quizon in connection with their 2018 conviction for graft and falsification. Elipe The bench warrant of arrest came from the 4th …

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By NITZ ARANCON Correspondent
and CONG B. CORRALES
Associate Editor

THE anti-graft court has ordered the arrest of former Cagayan de Oro councilor and Misamis Oriental board member President Elipe and his sister Pristine Quizon in connection with their 2018 conviction for graft and falsification.

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The bench warrant of arrest came from the 4th Division of the Sandiganbayan and the order was signed by its chairman, Associate Justice Alex Quiroz.

Quiroz ordered Cagayan de Oro police director Col. Henry Dampal, Misamis Oriental police director Col. Robert Roy Bahian, Cebu City police director Col. Gemma Cruz Vinluan, Cebu provincial police director Col. Roderick Mariano, National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) Director Dante Gierran, National Police officer-in-charge Lt. Gen. Archie Francisco Gamboa, and the Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (CIDG) to bring the Elipe siblings to the Sandiganbayan “to be dealt with as the law and Rules of Court direct.”

The arrest warrant, signed Oct. 30, 2019, was issued in connection with the Elipe siblings’ cases docketed as SB-16-CRM-0925 and 0726.

In the graft case, the siblings were slapped with a six- to 10-year imprisonment sentence for violation of Section 3(e) of RA 3019. The penalty also carried with it a perpetual disqualification from holding public office.

In the falsification case, the Elipes were sentenced to be imprisoned from six to eight years for public document falsification. For this violation, they were ordered perpetually disqualified from holding public office and slapped with a P5-thousand fine each.

The July 6, 2018 promulgation was handed down by Associate Justice Reynaldo Cruz and concurred by Associate Justices Quiroz and Bayani Jacinto.

The Elipes were charged before the Sandiganbayan in September 2016 with conspiracy to take advantage of their official functions to allow the then councilor’s sister to collect her salary from Oct. 25 to Oct. 30, 2013, based on a falsified daily time record. President was a councilor at that time while his sister Quizon served as his secretary.

While Quizon’s daily time record showed that she reported for work, documents from the Bureau of Immigration showed she was abroad from Oct. 25 to Oct. 30, 2013.

The anti-graft court stated in its 2018 ruling that the conspiracy was “properly established” and that the then-councilor Elipe “aided” Quizon “to be paid and unduly receive her salary.” Interestingly, the amount involved was only a measly P1,894.08.

The Sandiganbayan associate justices rejected the Elipe siblings’ “flexi-time” defense and declared them guilty beyond reasonable doubt of violation of the anti-graft law and falsification of public documents.

The former councilor briefly served as a provincial board member shortly before the May elections — he was appointed by President Duterte to replace a dead member of Misamis Oriental’s legislature.

Mr. Elipe ran for vice governor in this year’s election but lost to the then-provincial board member Jeremy Jonahmar Pelaez. After losing in the vice gubernatorial race, he was reportedly reappointed by his brother-in-law, Gov. Yevgeny Vincente Emano, as general manager of the Misamis Oriental Integrated Sports Council (Moisc) which manages the Don Gregorio Pelaez Sports Complex.

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Sogie bill passage to perpetuate lies, missionary says https://mindanaogoldstardaily.com/sogie-bill-passage-to-perpetuate-lies-missionary-says/ Tue, 03 Dec 2019 20:13:47 +0000 https://mindanaogoldstardaily.com/?p=105571 By URIEL C. QUILINGUING , Contributing Editor ALL moves to enact a law on sexual orientation, gender identity and expressions (Sogie) must be opposed because this would only perpetuate a culture of lies, deceit, and deception which most lesbians, gays, bi-sexuals, transgenders, queer plus community members have been espousing, a missionary advocating against the divorce and …

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By URIEL C. QUILINGUING , Contributing Editor

ALL moves to enact a law on sexual orientation, gender identity and expressions (Sogie) must be opposed because this would only perpetuate a culture of lies, deceit, and deception which most lesbians, gays, bi-sexuals, transgenders, queer plus community members have been espousing, a missionary advocating against the divorce and Sogie bills said over the weekend.

From left Bro Ansel Beluso, Ching Gaerlan-Calub, and Atty. Jo Imbong during a presscon at Chali Conference Center, Cagayan de Oro on the controversial Divorce Bill and SOGIE Bill on November 30. (Photo by Netnet Camomot)

Ansel Beluso of the Missionary Families of Christ, who was one of the speakers in a Divorce and Sogie Bills forum at Chali Conference Center here, said there are over a dozen reasons why “the entire Filipino nation should totally and unequivocally reject the Sogie bill” but opted to focus only on four “lies.”      

Beluso, who claimed that he used to live a very active gay lifestyle but opted to take the path of change and renewal, said the first of these lies is that genitals do not determine sex and gender. 

“This is wrong. Truth is, genitals do determine sex and gender because basic biology tells us that, in humans, biological sex and gender are at birth,” said the former head writer of the late Inday Badiday’s Eye-to-Eye showbiz-oriented television talk-show.

Beluso has been married for 18 years with three kids. 

Sex, he said, is determined by the presence or absence of a Y chromosome, the type of gonads, the sex hormones, the internal genitalia (such as the uterus in females), and the external genitalia (penis for males and vagina for females). “Nowhere in any scientific journal or biology textbook can we find [it that states] sex and gender in humans can be determined otherwise.” 

Beluso said a “group of geneticists has examined the genomes of almost half a million people and the result indicated there is no such thing as a gay gene. In the case of transsexuals, if transwomen undergo a DNA test, the results will irrevocably prove that they are still men.”

He said the second lie of the LGBTQ+ is that if a person has a homosexual orientation, the path to fullness of life is to embrace and live it out. 

This, he said, is wrong since there is such a thing as gender dysphoria which is the distress a person feels due to a mismatch between their gender identity and the sex assigned at birth. 

Beluso cited the American Psychiatric Association that, in a statement, said gender dysphoria is a mental disorder, hence this requires treatment and may involve supporting the person through changes in gender expression. 

“The real path to fullness of life for persons with gender dysphoria, such as the transgenders, is treatment or therapeutic intervention – not genital mutilation and hormone therapy,” said the forum speaker, who testified before the Senate committee on women, children and family relations last Sept. 4, this year.

The third “lie,” he said, is that change is impossible for persons with same-sex attraction since truth gays can change, just like what happened to him and so many ex-gays he knows. 

Beluso said it’s a myth to claim that one is “born that way and can’t change” since sexual orientations do change and such statement is political and not scientific. 

He said it is also wrong to say that “it is for the welfare of children with an evident homosexual orientation that they be made to learn about the LGBTQI+ ideology and guided to embrace the gay lifestyle — even at a very young age. 

“Raising children in an environment that espouses, promotes, propagates and institutionalizes the so-called gender ideology actually harms them,” he added, citing findings from the American College of Pediatricians which claims that “conditioning children into believing that a lifetime of chemical and surgical impersonation of the opposite sex is normal and healthful is child abuse.” 

Beluso, who has been a life coach for persons with same-sex attractions, said he wonders if the author of Senate Bill No. 935, Sen. Ana Theresia Hontiveros Baraquel, really know what the LGBTQ+ really, adding that what the community of transgenders needs is recognition, not separate comfort rooms for them.

Lawyer Jo Aurea Imbong of the Ateneo de Manila University and Catholic Bishops Conference of the Philippines legal office and physician Rene Josef Bullecer of the Human Life International-Pilipinas also spoke in the forum.

More than 300 participants from the Roman Catholic dioceses of Butuan, Cagayan de Oro, Cebu, Iligan, Ozamiz, and Zamboanga attended the forum. Among those who attended were educators from the Assumption Montessori School, Cagayan Paseo Campus, Liceo de Cagayan University, Gingoog City Colleges, Macabalan National High School, and Xavier University.  

The forum was under auspices of the CBCP’s Episcopal Commission on Family and Life, HLI Pilipinas and Serve Life Cagayan de Oro Inc.

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HERO’S AWARD https://mindanaogoldstardaily.com/heros-award/ Tue, 03 Dec 2019 20:08:03 +0000 https://mindanaogoldstardaily.com/?p=105559 Vivian Magno, the widow of Senior M/Sgt. Jason Magno, receives a posthumous award for her husband from Philippine National Police Chief Lt. Gen. Archie Francisco Gamboa during the Initao hero’s wake. Photo by Nitz Arancon Read the Latest News and Updates in Mindanao

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Vivian Magno, the widow of Senior M/Sgt. Jason Magno, receives a posthumous award for her husband from Philippine National Police Chief Lt. Gen. Archie Francisco Gamboa during the Initao hero’s wake. Photo by Nitz Arancon

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OVERLOADED https://mindanaogoldstardaily.com/overloaded/ Tue, 03 Dec 2019 20:08:00 +0000 https://mindanaogoldstardaily.com/?p=105562 There is an existing law prohibiting passengers from sitting at the back of pick up vehicles. What about overloaded public utility jeepneys? Photo by Joey P. Nacalaban Read the Latest News and Updates in Mindanao

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There is an existing law prohibiting passengers from sitting at the back of pick up vehicles. What about overloaded public utility jeepneys? Photo by Joey P. Nacalaban

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