True of False
- The happy ending expectation of a former chief executive might not be realized in the years to come due to a pending disqualification case with the Supreme Court.
- A department head from a nearby town has backed the incumbent chief executive who doesn’t stress her with work since the latter is retiring in a few years anyway.
- Law enforcement agencies are probing the presence of POGO in an auctioned building along Legarda Road, run by employers who are reported to be foreigners.
- Happy days are here again for those engaged in illegal drugs trade but the PDEA and other law enforcers are determined to sustain the nationwide war on drugs.
- Aside from the “duck, hold, cover” drill, the public also want government offices to introduce more practical drills based on their experience during July 27 quake.
- The most honorable thing left for the heads of DICT and NTC is to resign from their posts for their failure to address the proliferation of text scams and spams.
- The City of Baguio will most likely be among the last LGUs that would conclude the mandatory wearing of face masks outdoor being a model in MPHS compliance.
- SEC is closely monitoring the operation of local groups engaged in casino VIP
junkets or casino financing while flaunting their sports cars to invite investors.
- A ranking government official now feels insignificant and unpopular after his term as the “greatest nanny of all time” ended when his boss left public service.
- Concerned government agencies remain undaunted by the growing public frustration on why millions are still waiting for their national IDs for a year now.
- An agency, which is too bureaucratic in releasing information to the media that is of public interest, now wants media mileage for its public service advisories.
- A politician, also known for being a ‘political butterfly’, is getting mixed reactions for condoling with the people of UK while joking on the longevity of Juan Enrile.