December 8, 2023
  1. Not a single Cordillera lawmaker has called for a probe on why fake Cordillera woven fabrics flood the market since it’s not an issue in social media.
  2. Some of the teaching personnel of this university in a nearby province are not yet paid for their extra load units last semester despite appeals for payment.
  3. There is still transparency in governance even if the DOH and CHSO are not aware of the brand and volume of vaccines to be delivered to the city.
  4. Two concerned groups will soon report to the DILG and PNP the operation of illegal gambling dens in a municipality with increasing Covid-19 cases.
  5. Malacañang will not likely appoint the second highest ranking police officer in the land, as he would retire when preparations for 2022 elections just started.
  6. This politician with Malacañang connection is not worried running against a relatively older rival, who has no chance of winning in the 2022 elections.
  7. Baguio folks were duped for signing with the BIMP to be listed as priorities in the Covid-19 vaccine rollout when it is the DOH that issues the QR code.
  8. These favorite appointees in this LGU are the topic of employees’ talks, especially when they suddenly purchased and paid in cash brand new SUVs.
  9. Some quarters, including a politician, quickly claim credit for the aborted cutting of trees to pave the way for an infrastructure project along a busy road.
  10. This government office is not funding the hiring of countless ghost writers, who discredit groups advocating for the protection of the rights of the IPs.
  11. The presence of errors in the DepEd learning modules gives an impression that some authors, who boast of post graduate degrees, have poor research skills.
  12. Contrary to claims, the underground movement wants the vaccine rollout to be successful and won’t stage an operation to sabotage the anti-Covid-19 effort.