CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY (CSR): NORDECO extends help to flood victims in Asuncion, Davao del Norte

Northern Davao Electric Cooperative, Inc. (NORDECO) extends help to the flood victims in the Barangays of Camoning, San Vicente, Napungas, and Pamacaun in the Municipality of Asuncion in Davao del Norte. A total of 535 food packs which includes rice, canned goods and calendars were distributed by our personnel last January 21,2022.

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NORDECO’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Program through Kalinga ng NORDECO aims to extend assistance to those affected families of calamities especially in this time of pandemic. May this simple act of kindness, warm the hearts of those in need. READ MORE

Petitioners want 3 Comelec execs out of Marcos case review

Petitioners have asked the officials comprising the Commission on Elections’ (Comelec) Second Division to recuse themselves from the Commission en banc’s review of the case seeking to revoke the candidacy of presidential aspirant Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr.

“Other reliefs  just, consistent and equitable under the premises likewise prayers for as: (a) the automatics and mandatory inhibition of the members of the Second Division of the Commission from considering this Motion for Partial Reconsideration and (b) a finding by this Commission En Banc as to the circumstances behind the use of the intemperate and improper language by the Second Division,” the petitioners, led by Fr. Christian Buenafe, said in a 24-page motion for partial reconsideration, filed through their counsel Theodore Te.

The petitioners saidd that the Second Division violated their “right to have their petition adjudicated by an impartial quasi-judicial tribunal.”The Second Division is composed of Presiding Commissioner Socorro Inting and member Commissioners Antonio Kho and Rey Bulay. Read More


iT IS UNLIKELY that the low-pressure area (LPA) that formed inside the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR), would develop into a typhoon, Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA).

But the weather bureau said the LPA that enterred PAR this weekend can pose potential flash floods and landslides risk in parts of the Visayas and Mindanao. 

“It’s still unlikely for the LPA to develop into a tropical cyclone,” weather forecaster Chris Perez he said. 

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Perez said the LPA may move near Mindanao then eventually either dissipate or cross the island. 

According to PAGASA, as of 10 a.m. Monday, the LPA was some 185 kilometers east of Hinatuan municipality in Caraga in Surigao del Sur province.

PERNIA ON BONGBONG MARCOS: Son of the well-known rapacious dictator-killer, a flunkie in college, tax evader, big liar

Anybody but Bongbong

“Son of the well-known rapacious dictator-killer, a flunkie in college, tax evader, big liar.”

Former Socioeconomic Planning Secretary Ernesto Pernia dished out this unsavory description of presidential aspirant ex-senator Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. as he bared on Twitter his choice for president in the May 2022 polls.

Pernia said he would prefer Senator Panfilo Lacson, Manila Mayor Isko Moreno Domagoso or Vice President Leni Robredo that people should vote lead the country.

In the post on Twitter on January 22, Pernia said d the late dictator’s son has “no saving grace whatsoever.”


“The choices for election 2022 are crystal clear and self-evident. Son of the well-known rapacious dictator-killer, a flunkie in college, tax evader, big liar, etc. — no saving grace whatsoever. Anyone else is much better.: Lacson, Moreno, Robredo,” he tweeted.

BONGBONG MARCOS lead in surveys a sham

Survey leads driven by trolls

An army of trolls, not public sentiment, is behind leads of ex-senator Ferdinand “Bongbong’ Marcos Jr. in surveys for presidential preference in the 2022 May elections.

For former socioeconomic planning Secretary Ernesto Pernia, Bongbong is a fake presidential frontrunner.

Pernia accused the Marcos camp of operating “huge troll farms,” casting doubt on the veracity of the lead in pre-election surveys of the son of the late dictator president Ferdinand Marcos Sr.

The lead of Bongbong “in surveys is due to his huge troll farms using social media claiming the Marcos martial law regime was the country’s golden years— just the opposite of the facts: killings and imprisonment of opposers to the regime, plus spiriting away billions of people’s money,” Pernia on Sunday night posted on Twitter.

BONG GO appeals to Pinoys to get vaccinated, boosted amid Omicron variant

Senator and Chair of the Senate Committee on Health Christopher “Bong” Go has urged the government to further fast-track the rollout of COVID-19 vaccines as the government seeks to fully vaccinate 77 million Filipinos by the end of the first quarter of 2022 and 90 million by the end of second quarter.

The senator also appealed to make vaccines more accessible in rural and far-flung areas as the number of new cases in regions outside Metro Manila has also been rising.

Bong Go reassures continued support to strengthen education sector, help teachers and students amid pandemic

Senator Christopher “Bong” Go vowed to support and pursue measures that would strengthen the education sector and promote the best interest and welfare of students and teachers during the thanksgiving tribute organized by the Coordinating Council of Private Educational Associations of the Philippines (COCOPEA) for the authors of the Proprietary Educational Institutions Tax Act.

On Thursday, January 20, Go virtually joined the other authors and sponsors of Republic Act No. 11635 as they were lauded for the passage of the measure that effectively reduces the tax rate of proprietary educational institutions to 1% of their taxable income until June 2023. It was signed by President Rodrigo Duterte on December 10 last year and significantly helped private schools and Filipino educators amid the pandemic. In his video message, Go acknowledged the challenges faced by the educational institutions during the pandemic and reiterated the need for stronger government support to ensure that the education sector continues to deliver quality education to Filipino students.

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