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South Cotabato's Tnalak 2019 committee warns public vs. "soli"

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Edwin O. Fernandez with Radyo Bida reports
The official entries to Tnalak 2019 hip-hop contest and the "solicitation letter." (Radyo Bida Koronadal)

KORONADAL CITY - The South Cotabato Tnalak Festival hip-hop competition committee chair has warned the public against solicitations by a group of dancers claiming to be representing South Cotabato.

The warning was issued by Engr. Felix Sadiang-abay, South Cotabato provincial assessor and chair of hip-hop dance competition committee told Radyo Bida Koronadal that no dance group is officially representing the province.

Sadiang-abay said each participating group from across the country are given "seed money" as financial assistance to fund their preparations ahead of the competition as part of the Tnalak Festival 2019.

A copy of the solicitation has reached the committee and it immediately issued statement warning the public that it was unauthorized and that no group is representing the province. The group called "South Crew Dancers" had been distributing the solicitation letters.

"No South Crew Dancers group among the official list of participants," Sadiang-abay said in the vernacular.

He said 15 groups from across the Philippines are joining the national competition.


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