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STI is Piña Fest champion!

ORMOC CITY – STI-College or “Pundok Nagkahiusang Ormocanon” is this year’s Ritual Showdown Grand Champion of the recently concluded “Piña Festival”, garnering a cash prize of P 500,000.00 from the LGU and another P 50,000.00 as “Best in Streetdancing.”

Adding to their loot was another P50,000.00 donated by Festival guest Rep. Bong Manggudadatu, who openly admitted he was sent around the country by Pres. Rodrigo Duterte to announce his senatorial bid. read more

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CITY LEGAL counsel Jasper Lucero has de-bunked a GMA news story that was aired on national TV this week and printed on its online version claiming that the Commission on Audit (COA) found more than P 7-million worth of relief goods spoiled in Ormoc.

“We debunk that these goods have expired and that they were not distributed,” Lucero said.

Lucero asked GMA News Onine editor-in-chief Jaemark Tordecilla to rectify the story of one Anna Felicia Bajo, saying it sent a wrong message to donors.

Lucero described the story as “erroneous” and “sensationalized,” which “misinterpreted” the COA annual audit report of 2017 that is now available at the agency’s website. read more

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ORMOC CITY – The City Pros-ecutor’s office here has dismissed seven counts of libel cases filed separately by OCCCI board of directors and executives against the Eastern Visayas Mail (EV Mail) noting that “respondents exerted all efforts to be fair with both parties involved and in fact have gone the extra mile to seek both sides of the story.”

It was also learned that libel cases the same officials hurled against teleradyo personality Atty. Adelito Solibaga Jr. for commen-taries during his talk show “Kru-sada” were similarly dismissed. read more

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