April 20, 2024

1. This group of anti-corruption advocates will not stop in its bid to expose corruption in the rock netting projects even if ignored by DPWH officials.

2. Those engaged in the casino junket scam were successful in convincing gullible well-off residents in northern Benguet to invest and lose P150M.

3. Countless tourists and residents no longer enjoy some commercial activities at Burnham Park such as those in the biking lanes because of overcrowding.

4. This LGU needs to acquire medical equipment as many elders could not avail of free or discounted lab test because government machines often bog down.

5. It was not cunningly deceptive for an office to declare a health outbreak in the whole town when data shows the bacteria came from a sari-sari store.

6. An official is not deeply worried the public will soon be informed he was the source of the contaminated water consumed by those who suffered from LBM.

7.  The intent to help MSMEs recover from losses with the Session Road closure has all been forgotten with the increase of fees, which MSMEs can’t afford.

8.  A filmmaker is one lucky guy when an event he created was institutionalized with gov’t funding while those in folk arts and crafts share measly funds.

9.  The spin doctors of this state agency are exhausting all possible justifications to convince the public that state-run lottery and the lucky bettors are legitimate.

10. A ranking official and his padrino are trying to impress regional executives they can convince Malacañang to appoint any agency head in the Cordillera.