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2nd July 2015
Tesda maintains high standards to produce globally-competitive graduates
Posted by Jani Arnaiz, Chief Editor on July 2, 2015, 7:08 am

By Marcelo M. Pedalino

MAASIN CITY, Southern Leyte, June 26 (PIA)  --  The Technical Education Skills Development Authority (Tesda) has always adhered to the constant need to level-up with current demands in order to come up with a workforce that is competent enough to face the domestic or global market.

This is carried out in partnership with accredited learning institutions in the public and private sector, and with leaders of industry, such as businessmen and members of the local chamber of commerce, according to Rodrigo Lacaba, Tesda Provincial Director.

In an interview at the Provincial Report/Action Center cable TV program Tuesday, Lacaba acknowledged his agency will have its hands full with the complete implementation of the K to 12 program of the Department of Education and the upcoming Asean integration.

The K to 12, despite some opposition, mandated additional two years in high school education starting next year, and Tesda is expected to train mentors to cater to Grade 11 students taking up vocational-technical tracks.

As to the upcoming Asean integration, which reports said will start December this year, the challenge is to equip the local labor force with skills to be ready with the anticipated entry of workers from other countries in the Asean region.

But Lacaba said even with or without the K to 12 program, Tesda made sure its mentors undergo rigid screening and assessment, and subjected to competencies as pre-requisite requirements, just like any student taking Tesda tests to gain national certification merits.

The agency has also linked with the local chamber of commerce and industry to match their demand for workers, adding that Tesda is already ISO-certified hence it is already qualified in an Asean integration setting, Lacaba also said.

It was learned that an ISO certification was one of the requirements before an office or agency can be considered ready for Asean integration.  (mmp, PIA8-Southern Leyte) 

19th June 2015
Environment-friendly LGUs in South Leyte known June 29
Posted by Jani Arnaiz, Chief Editor on June 19, 2015, 1:10 am

By Marcelo M. Pedalino

MAASIN CITY, Southern Leyte, June 18 (PIA) -- A comprehensive search for the most environment-friendly local government units in the province will be revealed and honored on June 29 as part of the activities marking the 55th founding anniversary of this province July 1.

According to lead evaluator Dr. Eva Abad of the Provincial Environment and Natural Resources Management Office (PENRMO) her team already had the results following a month-long assessment but this will be known only on the said date.

For the purpose of the search, LGUs were classified into first to third class categories, and only this city and the towns of Sogod and Hinunangan can fit in this classification, while the rest of the 16 municipalities fell under the fourth to sixth class types, Abad said during the Provincial Report/Action Center cable TV program Tuesday.

The barangays in each of the LGUs will also be judged based on the above-mentioned categories.

Abad said the main objective of the search, which is held for the first time, was to measure how awareness was matched with concrete action at the LGU levels, to institutionalize pro-active steps towards sustainable development, and to evolve integrated, climate-resilient communities.

The activity will also serve as a venue to recognize the efforts of the meritorious LGUs, share best practices, and push for improvement for those at the tail-end of the list, Abad explained.

In the cable TV program, Abad was joined by Nedgar Garvez for tourism-related activities, and Marina Gador, the provincial Agriculturist, for the Agri-Aqua fair that highlights the works of farmers and fisherfolks, both as individuals and organizations.

Together, the three formed the TEA team, for Tourism, Environment, Agriculture -- the main governance agenda of Gov. Roger Mercado.

This year’s 55th anniversary theme is “I love Southern Leyte.” (mmp, PIA8-Southern Leyte)


15th June 2015
Kidnapping case vs Gov. Mercado, others dismissed
Posted by Jani Arnaiz, Chief Editor on June 15, 2015, 4:40 pm


June 4, 2015

MAASIN CITY – Southern Leyte Governor Roger G. Mercado said he feels vindicated over his crusade against illegal quarrying of sand and gravel at the biggest river in the province after a case of kidnapping filed against him was dismissed by a joint panel of prosecutors for lack of probable cause.

In a press conference at his office, Mercado said they can now proceed with the filing of a case against their accusers for stealing minerals at the Subang Daku river in Sogod town in violation of Section 103 (theft of minerals) RA 7942 .or Philippine Mining Act of 1995.

The case stemmed from the apprehension of workers at a crushing plant in Sogod town by the provincial officials led by Governor Mercado himself. The employees of the crushing plant, including the plant manager, Federico Ozon, the skipper of a barge and several crew members were brought to the provincial police office after they failed the show the necessary permits to extract and documents for loading extracted materials.

The incident prompted the complainants to file a case with the provincial prosecutor’s office for serious illegal detention or kidnapping against Mercado, SPO! Rogelio Orit, PO3 ovanni Galo, PO2 Windee Lim, Atty. Cromwell Gerong, provincial attorney, Eva Abad, prov’l environment officer and Noel Mercado.

In their compliant, Emmylou Sinagan, deck cadet of the LCT 369 and Engr. Federico Ozon, plant manager of Ernesto Dacay owned Shemberg Corporation, accused Gov Mercado and several officials of the province for violation of Article 267 of Revised Penal Code or Kidnapping or serious illegal detention.

They alleged “that on October 10, 2014 Gov. Mercado and his escorts SPO1 Rogelio Orit, PO3 Jovanni Galo and PO2 Windee Lim entered the said crushing plant and started making arrest by force, threat and intimidation then pushed people in the crushing plant to enter a coaster owned by the province.”

They further alleged that they are aware that respondents are public officers but considering that they acted neither in furtherance with their official functions nor in the pursuit of any legal authority vested in them, they charged them with the violation of Article 267 of the revised penal code.

In his counter-affidavit, Mercado alleged “that they were at the sand and gravel extraction area of Shemberg Marketing Corporation/Prime Rocks Aggregates in Subang Daku river in Sogod on October 10, 2014 for an inspection and the conduct of og on the spot investigation of the reported ongoing illegal extraction in the said area.”

Mercado said that “when the plant manager, Federico Ozon and the barge skipper Emmanuel Mausisa could not produce the required documents to extract and load extracted sand and gravel materials, they were brought to Maasin City and turned over to the provincial police office for violation of Section 465 of the local government Code and Section 103 for violation of RA 7942 or the Philippine Mining Act of 1995.”

In reply to Mercado’s counter-affidavit, Ozon alleged, “Respondent Mercado was not performinghis function under Section 465 of the Local Government Code because he was restrained by the RTC to implement his functions and power. And that the arrest was illegal because the respondents were not deputized by the MGB or DENR on the date of the incident.”

In their joint resolution, the panel of provincial prosecutors resolved, “After a careful evaluation of evidence on record, we are convinced that there is reallyno kidnapping or serious illegal detention to speak of . It is very clear that there was no motive on the part of the respondents to resort to kidnapping of the alleged date of incident. They have no personal interest on the herein complainants and their companions. They are ust performing their duties and responsibilities as requiredby law.”

“the lack of motive to esort to kidnapping is manifested by the determination of the respondents to deliver the arrest persons to the proper judicial authorities. The case ofor theft of minerals was filed before this office for inquest proceedings but the respondents, the herein complainants and companions opted to avail their right to a preliminary invstigation and waved their righrt under Article 125 of the Revised Penal Code.”

The joint panel of prosecutors stressed, “that it beas stressing that the arrest was made in good faith for the the herein complainants and companions failed to present pertinent documents regarding permits on the extraction, loading and transport of the sand gravel on the daate of the incident plus the confirmation of the PNRMO-SAG monitoring the LCT 369 is loaded with sand and gravel illegally extracted from the are without any valid and existing permit.”

“Foregoing premises considered, the undersigned respectfully recommends the dismissal of these cases for lack of probable cause.”

The dismissal was signed on May 14, 2015 by Raymundo C. Clavejo, Deputy provincial prosecutor, “Felix B Vivares, Assistant Provincial Prosecutor, Judy O Ramos-Navarrosa, Assistant provincial Prosecutor and approved by Anotonino G. Ruiz, Provincial Prosecutor.

When the case was filed last year, it saw print in some national paper after complainants’ lawyer Winsor Calamba, told the weekly media forum at Annabel’s in Quezon City, that ‘‘Governor Mercado, who is a lawyer, knowingly broke the law and brazenly defied a court injunction.”

Gov. Mercado had heavily criticized the publication of the kidnapping case without taking his sides. “Some papers just showed their irresponsibility by publishing the story without getting my side.”


14th June 2015
DSWD-8 Director to 4Ps: show that public funds are spent well
Posted by Jani Arnaiz, Chief Editor on June 14, 2015, 10:39 am
By Marcelo M. Pedalino
MAASIN CITY, Southern Leyte, June 11 (PIA)  --  Social Welfare Regional Director Nestor Ramos issued a direct challenge to beneficiaries of the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps):   that every peso they got from the government is worth the effort they make to make 4Ps a success.
“Show that the money was invested, indeed, in health and education for your children,” Ramos said in his closing message during an event that celebrated the first batch of 4Ps graduates, among them top-notch honors of their class, June 9 at the city gym here.
Ramos addressed his call in particular to the parents attending the ceremony, in which more than 300 fresh secondary graduates in March this year coming from the 18 towns and one city of the province were gathered, all wearing their respective high school uniforms of their respective schools.
He reminded them that education is the parents’ primary responsibility, saying the government extended support to them from taxes generated from paying taxpayers, hence the funds must be used in the most prudent manner.
“DSWD invested in education, for this will be a lifetime treasure we can provide for our children, our enduring legacy for them,” Ramos said.
Education is also widely seen as a ticket to escape the never-ending cycle of poverty among the poorest of the poor, he added.
The DSWD regional boss had some exciting tidings up under his sleeve when he announced that he will continue to renew his partnership and commitment to the various local government units in the province.
This year, 2015, the 4Ps coverage in the province will be expanded in close coordination with the LGUs, Ramos said, adding that by now enumerators are going around to list those qualified but not covered by 4Ps.
He said he expects the data from enumerators be available to him by July or next month.  (mmp, PIA8-Southern Leyte)

9th June 2015
LGU-Maasin and Cebu Mitsumi offer scholarship for women workers
Posted by Jani Arnaiz, Chief Editor on June 9, 2015, 11:40 pm
By Marcelo M. Pedalino
MAASIN CITY, Southern Leyte, June 1 (PIA)  --  The city local government unit here has worked closely with a Cebu-based firm last week in recruiting an all-female workforce for a scholarship program on any of two TESDA-accredited short term courses, complete with a daily allowance while undergoing the required training.
Cebu Mitsumi, Inc. in partnership with Cebu Technological University and the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) offered Consumer Electronics Servicing (NC-II) and Computer Hardware Servicing (NC-II) for women 18-30 years old, married or single, at least a High School Graduate or Alternative Learning School (ALS) passer, and had not worked with Mitsumi before.
Qualified trainees will undergo 1,200 hours of training or approximately five months in a learn and earn scheme wherein each individual will have a P 255.00 daily allowance
In addition, they will also enjoy 100% free tuition fee, free hospitalization and accident insurance, with overtime and holiday pay, free medical examination, and free I.D., uniform and ATM card, the information based on a flyer that announced the offering.
Screening of interested applicants was held for four days last week, May 26-29 at the city’s Public Employment Service Office (PESO).
A total of 201 persons had applied for the Mitsumi-driven opportunity from Maasin City, the first batch due to depart to Cebu for further processing on June 4, the second batch on June 9, said Sara Jane Edjoc, the City 4Ps link.
It was learned that members of the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) in the mountain barangays of the city were among the sectors duly informed or recruited for the Mitsumi offer.
In a text message to PIA Edjoc said that those who qualified in the initial screening were not all 4Ps, and not all the 70 barangays of the city were covered.  (esg/mmp, PIA8-Southern Leyte)

13th May 2015
Duterte: Passing the BBL will not solve Mindanao problem
Posted by Jani Arnaiz, Chief Editor on May 13, 2015, 9:15 pm

May 11, 2015

MAASIN CITY – Davao City Mayor Rodrigo R. Duterte on Sunday reiterated that he is not a candidate for president and that his “listening tour” around the country is for advocating for federalism.

“I’m not a candidate. I am advocating for federalism to avoid bloodshed in Mindanao,” Duterte said when Inquirer reminded him of his statement in previous interviews that he will only run if his rating goes up higher than Vice President Binay.

“Please don’t get me wrong and please don’t believe on surveys. We are not actors that should be rated upon.”

What the people need to do is choose the best person who can solved tremendous problem of our country.

When Inquirer asked the mayor should his campaign be bankrolled would he reconsider running? He said I would get ten percent and go home to Davao. The mayor had claimed that he could not afford to run a presidential campaign because he has no money.

In a speech before provincial and city officials at the City Hall, speaking in Cebuano, he said he is passionate about federalism because I pity Mindanao.

“The President himself, the negotiator and the MILF has warned that should the BBL not passed there will be bloodshed in Mindanao,” Duterte said pointing out that passing the BBL will not prevent chaos in Mindanao.

He said they don’t know about Mindanao. “In Mindanao, different bloodline of Muslims are not even united. The Tausugs. The Maranaws, etc., etc., They are not nice with each other.”

Now, if they pass the BBL, the faction of Misuari and the other factions of Muslims, you think they would not revolt.

“So please pity us. Help Mindanao and let us go for federalism,” he said adding where would I go, I have a daughter-in-law who is Muslim. Muslim grandchildren.

“Passing the BBL would not solved the Mindanao problem. Muslims have been there years before the Spaniards dominated the country and introduced the Christian faith.”

The Davao mayor, who was in Maasin for the Roa clan reunion, was met by provincial and city officials at the Maasin port where his chopper landed from Cebu.

After having lunch hosted by the government he proceeded to Laboon village, 10 km from the city for the clan reunion.

He then proceeded to Laboon Elementary school for the nostalgic meeting with his four classmates in grade one. The meeting was very emotional,his classmates were teary eyed including the mayor.

He then invited the four to Davao all expenses will be shouldered including air fare and hotel accommodation.

Duterte also promised to give a school building to his alma mater.

Duterte’s mother was from Laboon village.

Duterte campaigns for federalism type of government
Posted by Jani Arnaiz, Chief Editor on May 13, 2015, 8:39 pm

By Marcelo M. Pedalino

MAASIN CITY, Southern Leyte, May 11 (PIA)  --  Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte pitched a federal type of government when he visited this city Sunday to attend a Roa clan reunion, his middle name which he traced his roots as coming from barangay Laboon this city.

“I have no plans to run as President, but I am here to spread the message of federalism,” Duterte declared following a warm welcome where he was mobbed by admirers mostly man-on-the-street types as soon as he landed by helicopter at the port area and motored to the City Hall.

He was met by high officials from the city and province, including City Mayor Maloney Samaco, Gov Roger Mercado, Cong. Damain Mercado, and some Mayors coming other municipalities of the province, along with other provincial and city officials.

At the third floor lobby of the City Hall that was used as an improvised stage with the use of a riser, Duterte led his captive audience to a 30-minute walk down memory lane of national history, in which he clarified that 70 years before Magellan came to Limasawa, the Muslims have already established a stronghold in sizeable parts of Mindanao.

But in the current issue of the Bangsamoro Basic Law, Duterte did not categorically state whether he is pro or against it, saying only that federalism can address the divisions of various tribes and clans in different parts of the country.

In a federal government set-up, the national government will take care on matters relating to national concerns, while the rest will be delegated to the local government, Duterte said without further elaboration other than saying that a change for federalism would undergo a constitutional amendment.


He endeared with the masses with his no-nonsense style of speaking that include a spattering of invectives in the local dialect to the amusement of the crowd.

Gov. Mercado acknowledged Duterte’s help in times of calamities experienced by the province, such as the Guinsaugon disaster and in the aftermath of typhoon Yolanda, where he came by chopper to deliver a P 3 Million check to the provincial government.

Cong. Damian Mercado said he can very well relate with Duterte’s candid style as also his own, saying he supported the advocacy and cause of the visiting Mayor from Davao City.

City Mayor Samaco also pledged an all-out support for whatever plans Duterte may have in the near or far future.

After lunch, Duterte proceeded to barangay Laboon to meet his kin, and by four in the afternoon departed for Cebu.  (esg/mmp, PIA8-Southern Leyte)


9th May 2015
Posted by Jani Arnaiz, Chief Editor on May 9, 2015, 5:50 am

Duterte drawing support of relatives from all over 

MAASIN CITY – Mayor Rodrigo Duterte continues to draw support from relatives in different parts of the Visayas and Mindanao.

The Davao mayor, considered by many as an “undeclared” presidential contender, will visit Cagayan de Oro Saturday before swinging to Maasin Sunday as guest speaker of different chapters of the Roa clan.

Duterte’s mother, Soledad, a school teacher born in Cabadbaran, Agusan del Sur, belongs to the influential Roa clan that has members in different parts of the Visayas and Mindanao.

On May 9, Duterte will speak before Roa clan members from northern Mindanao at the Xavier Estates Clubhouse.

He will also be the guest of the Rotary District Convention 3870 led by Gov. Manuel Along at the Pryce Hotel.

From there, Duterte will fly to Maasin, Southern Leyte to speak before another gathering of the Roa clan in Leyte.

This is a sentimental journey of sorts for the Davao mayor who spent his primary years in Barangay Laboon where the majority of the residents are Roa clan members.

Local officials are also expected to roll out the red carpet for their now-prominent town mate who is gaining ground as a presidential timber after surprisingly coming in third in two separate surveys last March.

Duterte tied for third with Manila Mayor Erap Estrada in the Pulse Asia survey and with Interior and Local Government Secretary Mar Roxas in the Social Weather Stations poll.

While many politicians are still hesitant to come out and express their support for Duterte, his relatives are coming out in droves for him.

Members of the Saligumba clan in Tagbilaran joined the Duterte and Roa clans during his visit in the Bohol capital.

He was also welcomed by the Roa clans in Ozamiz and Valencia, Bukidnon, the Samporna clan in Iligan City and the Dutertes in Pagadian.

Last March, the influential Veloso clan held a reunion in Cebu City which was attended by the Petillas of Leyte including resigned Energy Secretary Jericho Petilla, Leyte Gov.  Petilla and the clan matriarch, Palo Mayor Remedios Petilla.

Also present were Danny Javier of the Apo Hiking Society and his brother, Javier Mayor Sandy Javier, Siquijor Vice Gov. Dingdong Avanzado, among many others.

While the reunion did not explicitly mean the clan’s endorsement for Duterte, it opened communication lines at the very least.

Duterte’s father, former Davao Gov. Vicente Duterte, was mayor of Danao City in Cebu before the family migrated to Davao. 

The elder Duterte, the last governor of undivided Davao, also served briefly as Cabinet secretary.

Duterte continues to resist calls for him to run but so far the clamor has not subsided. 

Whatever his political plans, one thing Duterte has seen so far is the outpouring of support from his relatives on both his paternal and maternal sides. (CHITO A. FUENTES)


21st April 2015
Medical Mission Matters heals 95 kids with facial deformities in Southern Leyte
Posted by Jani Arnaiz, Chief Editor on April 21, 2015, 10:19 pm

By Marcelo M. Pedalino

MAASIN CITY, Southern Leyte, April 21 (PIA)  --  Some 95 kids, mostly infants, are now being treated for a free surgery at the provincial hospital in barangay Dongon here, so that the in-born anomaly on their faces and voices can be corrected. 

Medical Mission Matters, a newly-organized non-government organization based in Ilo-ilo and founded by Dr. Lawrence Malley, spearheaded the free cleft and palate surgery since Friday last week, in cooperation with the city and provincial governments, among other sectors. 

“We have a total of 164 successfully conducted operation since we began in December 2014 following the approval of our papers by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in November 2014,” said Lyla Grace Isiderio, the Office Manager, in an interview Thursday at Dongon National High School where the patients and their families are staying for the duration of the mission.

 This has been their fifth surgery operation, and the first held outside San Jose, Antique, Isiderio said, adding that she is hoping the 95 patients on their list would be added to their record of successful operations. 

She said their activity has been sponsored by Smile Train, an International Organization with the same advocacy as theirs. 

At the dySL Kapihan sa PIA where they were invited as guests, Isiderio said the cleft palate operation normally costs P 120,000.00 but because of the mission this is free of charge  --  including other expenses of patients such as laboratory, transportation, and food. 

Ronald Woods, a foreigner who had married and lived in barangay Asuncion, Maasin, said the huge costs on medical procedures was waived, courtesy of the efforts of the specialists and expert doctors from St. Luke Hospital who volunteered their time and talent. 

“This is a labor of love for them,” Woods said, referring to Dr. Richard Cabotage, a plastic surgeon, and Dr. Hedwig Reyeg, anesthesiologist. 

And Woods himself started rolling the unselfish labor of love, for he was the one who initiated to bring a cleft child from barangay Asuncion to San Jose, Antique, for treatment, until in the process the idea of an outreach operation in the province was conceived and now realized. 

“My mission is to eliminate this deformity in Southern Leyte, then move on to other places,” Woods said during the dySL kapihan sa PIA.  (esg/mmp, PIA8-Southern Leyte)

17th April 2015
Fisherman catches turtle, DENR tags, releases it
Posted by Jani Arnaiz, Chief Editor on April 17, 2015, 7:16 pm

By Marcelo M. Pedalino

MAASIN CITY, Southern Leyte, April 16 (PIA)  --  A local fisherman in barangay Combado here got the surprise of his life when what he thought was a big catch for the day turned out be a turtle, a Green Sea Turtle, according to personnel of the Office of the City Agricultural Services (OCAS) who examined it.

The fisherman, whose name was not immediately known, was quoted as saying the hook in his fishing line found its mark on the left side of the turtle’s shell just below the head, so the animal was not at all harmed or injured when it was hauled to the shore early morning Tuesday.

Crowd of curious onlookers easily gathered and watched the “catch” brought ashore, tended by OCAS personnel who contacted the DENR-CENRO for tagging and subsequent release.

The shell’s length measured 30 inches from the base of the head to the base of the tail, the width 22 inches, circumference, 90 inches, and its weight was approximately 70 kilos. 

Comments of facebook users from Ormoc, Luzon, and Australia mostly inquired about its condition when pictures of the turtle was posted on PIA-Southern Leyte’s facebook account.

A very brief video also got likes and a share.

In less than two hours since the turtle was brought to shore, DENR personnel released it back to the sea after proper tagging procedures, according to those who saw the “send-off” ceremony.

Turtles are known eaters of the deadly crown of thorns, a kind of sea urchin whose massive number can destroy coral reefs, it was learned.  (esg/mmp, PIA-Southern Leyte)


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