April 22, 2024

1. An office and successful Benguet businessmen must help startup businesses to avoid a repeat of a dismal trade fair where the products were of poor quality.

2. An appointed official continues to spend personal fund for food and drinks of three colleagues, who continue to project he owes them debt of gratitude.

3. Those behind the Oplan Tokhang are not happy with how the President has shared the government’s stand on the ICC’s probe on the previous drug war.

4. The recent visit of the Vice President in the localities was purely an official duty even as she was invited to grace the event of retired PNP and AFP generals.

5. The aspirants for appointed positions in a government office have decided not to disclose information to strangers such as their alleged confirmation.

6. At least four politicians and a close aid of a senator have signified their bid for gubernatorial post in the 2025 elections as if the incumbent is beatable.

7. A group of businessmen linked to illicit activities are planning to expose the mercenary acts of a self-styled ‘watcher’ demanding payola from them.

8. The planned revision of the 1987 Constitution is meant to prolong the stay in power of a greedy politician wanting to take the helm from the President.

9. Three candidates from Beneco directors might face formidable opponents who are primed to disclose the alleged misdeeds of the latter while at the helm.

10. Up to now, this agency is posting disclaimers that its heads of office are not into solicitation activities but could not announce they are entitled to SOPs.