December 7, 2023
  1. The Commission on Audit will soon verify an information that an LGU in the Cordillera has procured 100 pieces of thermal scanners for P1.2 million.
  2. Residents in other CAR provinces must exert efforts to call on their leaders to source out test kits, which the leaders of Baguio and Benguet are doing.
  3. Filipino voters must not take lightly the warning from a former ambassador, who alerted of Chinese influence during 2022 elections to protect interests.
  4. Even frontliners who risk their lives and the health of family members are not being spared from public condemnation if they contracted the Covid-19.
  5. The government must review its national campaign against illegal drugs since billions worth of drugs are still being smuggled into the country lately.
  6. Drug lords and their supposed protectors seem not bothered by the series of operations by the PNP and PDEA resulting in countless deaths since 2016.
  7. The previous policy of this LGU on the operation of a business area did not contribute to the increasing number of Covid-19 patients working there.
  8. This provincial LGU must ensure transparency in reporting the Covid-19 situation so as not to give a false sense of security to residents.
  9. Police Regional Office-Cordillera must investigate who among its ranks leaked a memo with the name of the cop who turned positive of the Covid-19.
  10. Those who claimed that Baguio reached the peak of Covid-19 contagion in April did not become a laughing stock for speaking faster than their brains.
  11. Not a single city official has wined and dined with the group of a politician who visited Baguio, contrary to information being shared on social media.
  12. Those in the government force service must understand that people who oppose the Anti-Terror Bill are not terrorists, but are wary of its provisions and intent.