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TACLOBAN CITY – Both offices of Kapa Community Ministry International Inc. and Organico Agribusiness Ventures Inc. in this city were already abandoned when the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) and Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (CIDG), together with officials from the Securities and Exchange Commission raided their offices. 

Armed with search warrants issued by 1st Vice Executive Judge RTC Branch 20, Manila dated June 7, the NBI arrived at an almost empty office with a few documents and certificates left in Kapa-Tacloban Branch.  read more

SEC flags Organico, ADA

CEBU – The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Cebu extension office, this week, has cautioned the public against investing their hard-earned money in Organico and ADA Farm, which have offices in the island. Organico claims that their main office is in Ormoc City here in Leyte.

However, this has already been debunked in a dialog between LGU-Ormoc officials led by Mayor Richard Gomez and Organico management led by Roial Cerron. It was learned that Organico does not have a business permit to operate in Ormoc City since its inception two years ago, contrary to claims that they were denied “renewal”. read more

THE Codilla couple, Eric and Julida, who ran as mayor and vice-mayor of Ormoc City and lost in the May 13, 2019 polls, have filed election protests this week versus the winners Mayor Richard Gomez and Vice Mayor Leo Carmelo “Toto” Locsin Jr. with the Commission on Elections, seeking for a recount and claiming they lost because of “anomalies and irregularities due to massive automation glitches”.

To recall, former mayor Codilla who got 29,981 votes in the exercise, lost to incumbent Mayor Richard Gomez who got 77,977 votes, or a difference of 47,996 votes. While Julida Codilla got 24,756 compared to Vice Mayor Toto Locsin who got 79,674 votes, or a difference of 54,928. read more

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