Thursday Oct, 17 2019 02:28:05 PM


Tacurong LGU excels in citizen satisfaction index system

(Sept. 17/NDBC) – The local government of Tacurong City has exceled in the
Citizen Satisfaction Index System (CSIS) of theBureau of Local Government Supervision
(BLGS) of the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG).

In a statement
released today, DILG-12 said the feat earned by Tacurong local government unit
was highlighted during the National Forum on CSIS 2013 Implementation cum
Orientation-Training for 2014 CSIS Implementation in San Juan City.


Police arrest Kidapawan rape

KIDAPAWAN CITY – Police arrested here Tuesday
a farmer for allegedly abducting and raping a minor in Barangay Amas, Kidapawan
City last week.

Medina, 22, of Barangay Amas did not resist arrest when elements of the PNP
Criminal Investigation and Detection Team (CIDT) swooped down on his home in
Barangay Amas.

raiding team also rescued the minor who, report said, had been under Medina’s
custody since Sept. 10.

denied the charges against him.

ADMU honors Cardinal Quevedo, missionary and peace builder

His Eminence Orlando Cardial Quevedo, OMI, DD, pose after receiving awards from the Ateneo de Manila University Tuesday during theADMU Special Academic Convocation at Rev. Henry Lee Irvin, S.J. Theater.Five others who excel in their respective fields were also honored by the ADMU Board of Trustees.The Archbishop of Cotabato was conferred Bukas Palad Awards and ADMU described him missionary and peace builder. Specifically, he was recognized for his exemplary services to the people of Mindanao regardless of its religion, culture, belief, tradition and affiliation.

PNPand Cops in Magpet blast now safe

MAGPET (Sept. 16/NDBC) -- The three police officers wounded in a roadside bomb set off by communist rebels in a remote village here are now safe, a police officer said Tuesday afternoon. Police Senior Inspector Realan Mamon, Magpet police chief, saidPO2 Jop Limangan, PO2 John Bilango and PO2 Rudy Ticangen, all members of the PNP's Special Action Force (SAF), are now being treated in an undisclosed hospital in Kidapawan City.

SoCot CSC review program helping test takers

CITY (Sept. 16/NDBC) --The South Cotabato review program for Civil Service Commission examination
was proven to be effective, a provincial official said today.

Speakign during a news conference,Rodit
Cruz, head of South Cotabato Human Resource and Management Office (HRMO), after
the program was launched last year, 15 employees of the provincial government
passed the CSC career service professional examination.

DSWDand South Cotabato has zero human trafficking case

(Sept. 16/NDBC) – The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) in
the Region 12 today announced South Cotabatoprovince has been free from human

No single
case of human trafficking was reported in the province since January 2014,
according to Naira Aratuc, DSWD 12 social welfare officer.

During the
Provincial Inter-Agency meeting, Aratuc reported and attributed the zero”
trafficking case to DSWD intensified advocacy campaign.

2 farmers hurt in Buldon clan wars

– Two Moro peasants were
seriously wounded on Sunday in a crossfire involving two heavily armed ethnic
Iranon groups fighting for control of patches of lands in Buldon town in the

In a statement Monday, the
Buldon municipal police identified the victims as Munir Renghis, 32, and Akmad
Abug, 28, who sustained gunshot wounds in different parts of their bodies.

OPAPPand Make a stand for peace now!

OPAPPand We can be a nation united for peace. Make a stand for peace now.


Kidapawan mulls putting city in state of calamity KIDAPAWAN
CITY (Sept. 13/NDBC) – Following flash floods that hit the city’s low-lying
villages, the Kidapawan City government is mulling putting the city under state
of calamity, officials said today.

is to allow the executive branch to use its calamity funds in attending to the
needs of affected families and fund some infrastructure repairs to cushion the
impact of natural calamity.

500 families flee homes in BIFF attacks

North Cotabato (Sept. 12/NDBC) – About 500 families have fled their homes when
Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters (BIFF) harassed several villages of
Midsayap, North Cotabato Thursday.

But Supt.
Reynante delos Santos, Midsayap police chief, said most of the displaced
families have returned home Friday morning.

The Midsayap
local government unit reported about 300 families from Barangay Polomogen are
now temporarily housed in Barangay Bual Norte, also in Midsayap.





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