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30th August 2015
Fisherman walks the talk for endangered species preservation
Posted by Jani Arnaiz, Chief Editor on August 30, 2015, 10:31 pm

By  Elvie Roman Roa

ORMOC CITY, Leyte, Aug. 30, (PNA) – For preserving endangered species, fisherman Marcelo Tomada believes that his advocacy provides him good catches.

Tomada, 52, living at the coastal village of Libas village in Merida town, usually frees caught sea turtle since 1995.  On Saturday the 26th he returned to the ocean another sea turtle he caught through fishing net.

He said the recently caught adult green sea turtle was latched along with a good volume of fish at the town bay in less than 500 meters from the shoreline at three fathoms deep.

The specie measured 50-inch long and 33-inch wide was estimated at 80 kilograms.  Its carapace and size determined that it is adult.

Tomada feeds the turtle while waiting for the government representative to arrive before returning it to the ocean.

Asked why their helper’s name was written on the tag instead of his family’s, he said, all their names were already consummated and re-used.

Tomada believes that his compassion for endangered species is reciprocated by abundant catch. Prior to this, he caught one last year.

Iluminada T. Gomez, Municipal Agriculture officer-in-charge praised the act displayed by Tomada saying a fisherman like him deserves emulation.

She organized local fisher folks from the town’s 11 coastal villages and one of its advocacies is preservation of endangered species.

However, reports reaching her that some fishermen prefer putting on their kitchen pots the caught sea turtle rather than returning them to their natural habitat.

Gomez revealed the town has 11 hectares fish sanctuary where species stay due to abundant fish.


27th August 2015
Anti-drugs operations net 20 suspects in Ormoc
Posted by Jani Arnaiz, Chief Editor on August 27, 2015, 11:37 pm

ORMOC CITY, Leyte, Aug. 28, (PNA) -– The regional anti-illegal drugs and special operations task group (RAIDSOTG) and the local police here nabbed on Wednesday 20 drug suspects, which include couples, a senior citizen and a minor.

The crucial police operation that lasted eight hours in two villages, confiscated various sachets of suspected drugs weighed about 13 grams. Also seized were drug repacking items including weighing scale, drug paraphernalia, short firearms with live bullets and improvised shot gun.

The operatives headed by Chief Insp. Jovie Espenido conducted surveillance few days prior the operation to positively confirm reports of the suspects’ activities and identity.

A suspected drug den in San Juan village owned by Marcos C. Cantero has yield 13 suspects. Taken from the suspects’ possession were one caliber 45, two caliber 38, all loaded with live bullets and one improvised shot gun with two bullets.

Also confiscated were several sachets of suspected drugs, weighing scale, drug paraphernalia, cash believed as proceeds of the illegal business.

Cantero, a motorcycle driver, denied his house is being used as drug den. However, he confirmed being a user.

Some suspects refuted engaging in the illegal acts except Reynaldo S. Lucenos, 46, resident of Margen village who confirmed he came to buy drugs and to dupe.

A policeman who disguise as buyer said one visitor arrived, believing that the operative was his cohort.

Expenido said, visitor Crispin B. Degello, 37, armed with cal. 45 pistol tried to escape that prompted them to fire warning shots.

Degello’s wife, Rhiza, 31 allegedly sold illegal drugs to a police in their house in Margen village. Her husband was arrested by the same operatives ahead of her in the nearby village. The couple left three young children under their relatives' care.

Couple Teresita and Aniceto Prada, 59 and 64, respectively from Margen village allegedly sold suspected illegal drugs to the operatives.

Teresita denied this, saying the drugs were just left by his two sons inside their room.

One of the couple’s son, Aniceto Prada, 40 and his wife Generosa, 41 were arrested for possessing illegal drugs. Generosa was caught repacking a huge volume to a retail size worth PHP300 per sachet.

She confirmed selling illegal drugs to sustain the needs of their three children, one in college while husband Aniceto left them for another woman.

Aniceto said he just went home that night to check on his son and substantiated the allegation being into drug trade.

The crime laboratory result confirmed positive the confiscated drugs totaling 12.73 grams at undetermined street value.

The suspects were inquest Thursday for violations of drug possession and illegal possession of firearms while the minor was turned over to the City Social Welfare and Development Office.

Along with the series of drug operations, Espenido believes that persuasion and encouragement still play great in influencing the illegal drug personalities to stop.

He said he plans to conduct drug symposium in Ormoc like what he did in Isabel early this month after arresting about 20 drug suspects that he said gained remarkable success.(PNA)

19th August 2015
DOE to conduct massive inspection of liquid petroleum products in Southern Leyte
Posted by Jani Arnaiz, Chief Editor on August 19, 2015, 7:25 pm

By Ma. Rebecca G. Cadavos

MAASIN CITY, Southern Leyte, (PIA) – The Department of Energy-Visayas Field Office will spearhead a focused inspection and monitoring of the downstream oil industry establishments in the province of Southern Leyte as well as in Leyte province.

DOE Director Antonio e. Labios informed that the main objective of activity is to conduct massive inspection of liquid petroleum products (LPP) retail outlets and LPG establishments to ensure compliance with the existing rules and regulations governing the business of petroleum products.

He said that a simultaneous information, education and communication campaign will be conducted in the said area to provide venue for discussion to be participated by different stakeholders, concerned local government units , among other concerned government agencies on issues relative to the business of retailing petroleum products.

Labios further said that the energy department will be tapping the expertise of some partner agencies such as the Department of Trade and Industry, Bureau of Fire Protection and the Department of Science and Technology to enhance public awareness and to encourage LGU participation in the implementation of the rules and regulations of DOE pertaining to the downstream oil industry.

Director Labios informed that a half-day coordination meeting is set of the 18th of August, 2015 at Maasin Country Lodge to be participated by concerned agencies, He said that details of the said activities will be discussed to include the roles of each agency .

Inputs on the procedures and mechanics surrounding the planned focused inspection and monitoring from the participants will also be solicited, Labios added. (rgc/PIA8-SoLeyte)


Philippine Rural Development Project in Southern Leyte to start soon
Posted by Jani Arnaiz, Chief Editor on August 19, 2015, 7:24 pm

By Ma. Rebecca G. Cadavos

MAASIN CITY, Southern Leyte, (PIA) –The Province of Southern Leyte will soon start the Rehabilitation/Improvement of Mahayahay-Manalog Farm to Market Road under the Philippine Rural Development Project, Gov. Roger G. Mercado informed in a procurement conference held August 12 at the Provincial Capitol here.

The said project coursed through the Department of Agriculture (DA) is one of the most priority projects of the province, Gov. Mercado said in his opening message to the participants composed of the Bids and Awards committee members, the DA team, among other observers including the Philippine Information Agency.

“The project will support the province’ vision, that is self-reliance and empowerment of our people,” Mercado said adding that the said project will fully support the agriculture development of the province.

He further said that “ as a coconut province the said project where farm to market road will support our coconut industry through delivering the products, among other planting materials to processing plants, will be convenient and with better time management in terms of travel using the new farm-to-market roads.”

The PRDP Farm to Market Road project under the Government of the Philippines Loan ‪#‎PRDP-1B-R008-SOL-002 through World Bank cost P188,390,000.00 or $501,250.000.00. It is a partnership with the DA and the local government of Southern Leyte as the implementing partner.

The whole amount will be counter parted by the DA with 10% share and another 10% from the provincial government unit and the 80% will be funded by the World Bank.

For the province of Southern Leyte, the 10% contribution or P18.390-M will be sourced from the 20% Economic Development Fund (EDF), Provincial Accountant Crispin Arong Jr. revealed.

The Provincial BAC is setting a pre-bid conference on September 18, 2015 at the Jose Rizal Hall, Provincial Capitol and as part of the transparency measures being instituted by the agriculture department.

The DA team led by Executive Secretary to Regional Director Leo Caṅeda, Onisimo Paduano informed that bidders for the said project can visit their office or website for the requirements of BAC. (rgc/PIA8-SoLeyte)


FEATURE: Maasinhons, netizens greet, praise victorious Pagara
Posted by Jani Arnaiz, Chief Editor on August 19, 2015, 7:22 pm

By Marcelo M. Pedalino

MAASIN CITY, Southern Leyte, August 17 (PIA)  --  The slight drizzle on Saturday nearly spoiled a parade meant to celebrate the coming home here of a rising star in professional boxing many had hoped to be the next Manny Pacquiao.

But the rain droplets fizzled out, and so the grand hero’s welcome for International Boxing Federation (IBF) Champion Prince Albert Pagara pushed through, adding yet another festive color for this year’s fiesta celebration and Ajonay festival.

Riding atop a blue pick-up with City Mayor Maloney Samaco by his side, the native from barangay Lib-og this city gamely smiled and waved to adoring fans, his championship belt in gold and red prominently displayed by a young aide up front, while the vehicle inched its way on the street behind the last ajonay dancing contingent.

Teen-ages swooned, shouted, shrieked to the top of their voices on seeing the 21-year old boxing sensation in person, who can easily pass as a showbiz star than a boxer by his looks.

Many could not contain their excitement they struggled to take selfies in handy mobile phones, and sophisticated cameras clicked non-stop as the vehicle barely moved on, the crowd simply enjoyed, relished the moment at hand, obviously with a mixed feeling of pride and awe.

The sense of euphoria overflowed into the cyberworld seconds after PIA posted photos of the motorcade in its facebook page (timeline pia-southernleyte)  --  the very first photos uploaded  --   with facebook user Atom Zyper apparently realizing that “aw Southern Leyte diay na cija?” (So he is from Southern Leyte?)

“So proud of him for putting Maasin City in the international arena,” commented Almira Leonor Miras, a feeling evidently shared by everyone.

“Proud jod ta ani nija kay Maasin City ang gidala nga lugar sa iyang international fight,” said Tabada Lee Yu. (We are proud of him because he carried Maasin City in his international fight.)

That fight happened in Dubai on August 7, 2015, Dubai time, where Prince Albert Pagara demolished Mexican Jesus Rios before the first round was over with a solid left upper cut, sending Rios to the floor.

The win improved Albert’s record at 24 wins, zero defeat, 17 victories by knockout.

Also on the same fight, dubbed Duel in Dubai 2, Albert’s elder brother, Jason Pagara, also won by a technical unanimous decision in the eight round of his match against Ramon Alcaraz, another Mexican, and the victory improved Jason’s record to 37 wins, 2 defeats, 22 victories by knockout.

“A technical unanimous decision means the referee stopped the fight because of an accidental injury, so the judges’ scorecards were read,” Mayor Maloney Samaco, himself a sports buff, explained when PIA sought clarification.

So it was not just one but two Pagaras who should have been in the street limelight?  “Jason was still nursing his wound caused by the accidental head butt so he was not able to come,” announcer Zaldy Olita blurted in bisaya through the public address unit perched on top of the blue pick-up vehicle, answering the puzzled faces of onlookers who expected to see not one but two Pagaras.

“Ang next Manny Pacquiao kay taga Maasin,” wrote facebook user Denver Che.  (The next Manny Pacquiao is from Maasin,) The experts and the street smarts in boxing also have that same vision.

The next question is, who among the two Pagaras will fill in the Pacman’s shoes?

For now, they will still be wearing their own shoes in their next bout on October 17 in California, USA, reportedly the last rung of the ladder to catapult them in more international fights for their professional boxing careers should lady luck be on their side.

Will there be another hero’s welcome?  Only lady luck, fate, and faith can answer that, too.

Or is it just destiny waiting to happen?  (mmp, PIA8-Southern Leyte)


11th August 2015
Rep. Villar pursues passage of law for modified scholarship
Posted by Jani Arnaiz, Chief Editor on August 11, 2015, 7:42 pm

By Marcelo M. Pedalino

MAASIN CITY, Southern Leyte, Aug. 11 (PIA)  --  Las Pinas Lone District Representative Mark Villar will push for a House Bill he authored which seeks to provide students willing to finish college courses but short on academic scholarship requirements.

Villar, who was in the city as keynote speaker for the 15th Charter Day rites August 10, told local newsmen in a press conference at Kinamot sa Abgao that his bill will not necessarily require maintaining a high rating average unlike in mainstream scholarship qualifications, but will be contented with a simple passing grade, at least no failures.

And the other good thing is that he wanted this house measure enacted within the present administration of President Benigno S, Aquino III.

“Pipilitin po natin i-push yan within this administration,” the Las Pinas lawmaker said when pressed how soon his initiative can possibly see the light of day.

As to the specifics on mechanics, Villar said he will leave it to the higher education department to thresh this out but as to the extent of financial assistance this will depend on particular needs of deserving students.

In his speech at the city gym for the anniversary program, Villar mentioned this kind of scholarship program to the wild, approving cheers of the jam-packed audience who were mostly students.

Later in a text message, he disclosed that “House bill 4591 providing for a comprehensive and unified student financial assistance system for higher and technical education, rationalizing access thereto, and approving funds (also known as UNIfast) was already approved by both Houses” in Congress.

As of now the proposed law is “awaiting signature of President Aquino,” the text message added.  (mmp, PIA8-Southern Leyte)  


Duterte ‘best chance’ for change in 2016
Posted by Jani Arnaiz, Chief Editor on August 11, 2015, 1:11 am

PASAY CITY – Mayor Rodrigo Duterte remains the “best chance for change” in the Philippines.

This was the concluding statement issued by former North Cotabato Gov. Emmanuel Pinol before members and guests of the Israeli Chamber of Commerce in the Philippines (ICCP) Monday evening.

“In spite of his human frailties, in spite of his shortcomings, he is an imperfect person – but so are we - he is still our best chance for change in this country,” Pinol stressed.

Pinol pinched hit for Duterte, the invited guest, who had to rush home to Davao for an undisclosed family matter.

The former governor, also a former journalist and sports commentator, confessed that he intended to attend the event “as a spectator, not a presentor”.

Pinol pointed out that among the potential presidential candidates, only Duterte understand the real needs of the farmers.

He noted that none among the presidentiables has accepted the fact the Philippines is a country of 7,100 islands and the problem is how to ship agricultural products to the capital.

“It is more expensive to bring agricultural products from Davao to Manila than from Davao to Singapore,” he noted.

Duterte has also questioned the government’s lack of support to farmers considering their role in the country’s development.

“Why do our farmers pay for the water that they use?” Pinol quoted Duterte echoing the sentiments of the tillers of the soil.

Pinol said Duterte intends to push for a program that would make food “available and affordable”.

A farmer until this time, Pinol echoed the observations of Israeli officials that government has taken for granted many blessings including soil fertility, good weather and the industry of the Filipino farmer.

Duterte has been saying that while Mindanao contributes 64% to the export earnings of the country, it receives a pittance in return.

In his passionate advocacy for a shift to federal movement, Duterte unwittingly captured the imagination of more and more Filipinos who see him as the country’s best card particularly in the war against illegal drugs and crime.

Pinol confessed that as early as two years ago, he pushed for “this crazy idea” to include Duterte’s name on the list of probable presidential bets. 

Duterte’s listening tour, prompted by the possibility of violence in Mindanao if the Bangsamoro Basic Law is not passed, exposed him to the national audience which triggered the clamor for him to run.

In the last Pulse Asia survey, Duterte placed a strong third behind Sen. Grace Poe and Vice President Jejomar Binay, both of whom have waged national campaigns.

Duterte, who has restricted himself to Davao until lately, was ahead of Secretary Mar Roxas, the Liberal Party bet who has been eyeing the presidency even before the 2010 polls where he lost to Binay.

The mayor’s attendance before the ICCP would have been the latest is a series of speaking engagements before big business groups and foreign dignitaries who want to see for himself the man who transformed his city from the murder capital of the 80s to the safest city in the country.

The event, a part of the series dubbed “Marriage of Cultures”, was held at the Marriot Hotel in Pasay City. 

Israeli Ambassador Ephraim Ben Matityau noted the opportunities for exchange between the Philippines and Israel particularly in the fields of agriculture and tourism.

Pinol acknowledged that Duterte continues to resist the call for him to run, citing among others that Moses was over 80 when he led the Jews into the promise land.

He maintained that Duterte, the undisputed political star of the land of promise, who will be 71 next year, is the best person to lead the Philippines next year. (CHITO A. FUENTES)


9th August 2015
Duterte warning: Ph next to Mexico
Posted by Jani Arnaiz, Chief Editor on August 9, 2015, 11:57 pm


PASAY CITY - The Philippines could be the next Mexico.

This was the warning issued by Mayor Rodrigo Duterte when he spoke before two chapters of JCI International at the Tramway Bayview Buffet Sunday evening.

Duterte was referring to the increasing threat from illegal drug syndicates in the country which has chilling similarities to the Mexican experience.

Mexican drug syndicates have become so powerful they engaged the government in a bloody war that has claimed the lives of thousands.

“We have the same temperament, even the same patrons,” he added, noting the heavy influence of the Roman Catholic church in the two countries.

The tough-talking mayor is the lone voice among the perceived presidentiables who is focused on illegal drugs and crime. It is understandable.

Davao City was the virtual murder capital of the country in the 80s. Many traders fled the city during those violent years where the city lost 410 policemen, soldiers and militiamen.

Under Duterte, the city was transformed from a virtual killing field into the country’s safest city.

Davao also blossomed into the country’s fifth biggest economy among cities and the only one outside Metro Manila.

Duterte has consistently warned against the proliferation of the drug problem.

When asked to comment on the last state of the nation address of President Benigno Simeon Aquino III, Duterte lamented that there was no mention of the drug problem.

“Ask any mayor you know what is his problem and he will tell you ‘drugs,’” Duterte said, citing his conversations with local executives in many parts of the country..

The mayor has pointed to the magnitude of the problem as one of the reasons why he is hedging on a presidential run.

“There are now three million drug addicts in the country,” he declared as a creeping silence affirmed his estimates.

Duterte warned that if, by some twist of fate or destiny he becomes president, there will be bloodshed.

He noted that if there are three million addicts, there could be as much as 3,000 drug pushers.

“This will keep me busy killing these idiots in the next six years,” he disclosed, drawing laughter from his audience.

“Pag ako, madugo talaga yan, uubusin ko talaga (If I’m there, it will be bloody because I’ll really finish them off,) he declared to thunderous applause and cheers.

The mayor spoke before the joint meeting of the Alabang and Ortigas chapters which was also attended by Cauayan City Mayor Bernard Faustino Dy and Dagupan Vice Mayor Brian Lim.

Dy is the JCI vice president for East Asia and the Pacific while Lim is the national president.

Just like his other engagements, Duterte had to accommodate photo-ops, selfies and groupies before and after his speech.

Duterte has maintained he is not interested in the presidency. Like his experience in previous engagements, the expressions of many of those in his audience Sunday showed they think otherwise. 

In spite of his protestations, the list of those who think Duterte is what the country needs at this time is simply growing by the day. (CHITO A. FUENTES)


6th August 2015
Maasin City kicks-off activities for Twin Towers of August
Posted by Jani Arnaiz, Chief Editor on August 6, 2015, 2:27 am

By Ma. Rebecca G. Cadavos

MAASIN CITY, Southern Leyte, July 31 (PIA) --- The City of Maasin kicked-off activities for the 15th Charter Day and the Feast day of Our Lady of Assumption, August 10 and August 15, respectively.

A bike and fun walk was conducted yesterday around the city proper at around 3:00 in the afternoon, as part of the opening salvo for Maasin City’s twin events. City officials and employees participated the activity led by the Mayor Maloney Samaco.

The kicked-off activity also include drum and bugle competition participated by the local public schools throughout the city and a formal induction of the 15 candidates for the Miss Maasin City 2015.

Among other activities lined-up for the twin special events include Ajonay Festival, Pabulhon Festival, Battle of Champions-singing competition, Special Friends Night to be participated by Persons with Disabilities and Senior Citizens, Liga ng Barangay Night with Barangay officials as participants, KAB Olympics, Dance Sports competition, Employees Night-Masquerade Ball, Potpot Race, Farmers and fisherfolks get-together and Anniversary concert.

Different sports competition is also slated as part of the activities such as lawn tennis tournament, futsal competition, chess tournament, shootfest, basketball, volleyball , triathlon, badminton, among other activities to include the anniversary parade and luncheon.

The 15th Charter Day Anniversary is the Crystal Year for the City of Maasin, carrying the theme dubbed as, “Maasin City @ 15: Celebrate the City of Champions.”

Mayor Samaco in his invitation to the Philippine Information Agency (PIA) said that “this is a timely celebration of the city’s laurels and recognitions for its unwavering response to public service and governance.” (rgc/PIA8-SoLeyte)

Local Health Chief promotes healthy lifestyles for Pnoys
Posted by Jani Arnaiz, Chief Editor on August 6, 2015, 2:26 am

By Ma. Rebecca G. Cadavos

MAASIN CITY, Southern Leyte, July 31 (PIA) --- As the Nutrition Month ended, the Provincial Health Services Office, and the Provincial Nutrition Committee led by Nutrition Action Officer Dr. Noel Lumen conducted a culmination activity, July 30 at the OLAP Function Hall highlighting the healthy lifestyle for all Filipinos.

During the Nutrition culmination activity, Lumen promoted a healthy lifestyle campaign where hataw and Zumba exercises were included in the day activity, saying that “one of the main objectives of nutrition month celebration is to increase awareness on the role and important proper nutrition and physical activity in the prevention of overweight and obesity.”

He also encouraged all Filipinos, particularly the participants to make positive discussions towards consumption of healthy diets and be physically active to prevent overweight and obesity as well.

Dr. Lumen added that “ the prevalence of overweight is increasing, that’s why nutrition program focused on achieving normal weight through proper nutrition,” as in this year’s theme dubbed as “Timbang Iwasto sa Tamang Nutrisyon at Ehersisyo.”

He further noted that one of the reasons for overweight is physical inactivity and changing of dietary patterns of Filipinos in terms of quantity and quality. Hence the government is promoting a healthy lifestyle through different programs such as the Food-Based Dietary Guidelines - 10 Kumainments, the Pilipino Go for Health, Nutrition Labeling, Food Nutrition Guide Pyramid, the Pinggan Pinoy food Plate, to name a few.

On the other hand, provincial Nutritionist Nilda Rich reported the Garantisadong Pambata results for the Vitamin A supplementation and deworming program., among other health-related accomplishments of the province.

Rich also revealed the importance of Nutrition in Emergencies (NiE), a situation which food security, health and range of different services and strategies is often threatened during calamities

The participants during the one-day activity include PNC members, PHSO-Technical Department staff, Department of Education (DepEd) Health Department led by Dr. Consolacion Ruflo, Department of Health-Provincial staff, Southern Leyte Hospital Provincial Chief Dr. Imelda Rodriguez, among others.

The day activity ended with an open forum and updates from the different committee members and a Zumba exercise was conducted. (rgc/PIA8-SoLeyte)

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