Truckloads of cigarettes worth millions of pesos bearing fake Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) stamps were confiscated by authorities in a warehouse in Barangay Kauswagan on Thursday, March 7.
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The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has warned individuals not to invest their money in groups or individuals offering interests higher than what banks and other financial institutions give to their clients.
Law enforcement agents are now trying to locate the person believed to be behind an alleged investment scam in Mindanao after a local court issued an arrest warrant against the firm’s founder.
Authorities on Wednesday have dispelled reports that the hundreds of families in two highland villages in this city fled their homes due to the presence of an armed group on Tuesday night.
Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF) officials on Sunday said they will not tolerate any wrongdoing committed by its members after one of them was tagged as the suspect in the shooting of a carpenter in Barangay Puerto on Friday, Feb. 15.
These classrooms were found to be in compliance with government regulations, COA-10 noted in its reports.
This province has remained peaceful as the canvassing for the plebiscite that determined whether the six contested towns will become part of the new Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM) following the ratification of the Bangsamoro Organic Law (BOL) ended on Thursday afternoon, Feb. 7.
Authorities have urged the people of this province to go out and vote whether six of Lanao del Norte’s towns will be included in the new Bangsamoro region despite the explosions that occurred in three towns Monday, the eve of the Feb. 6 plebiscite.
Christian and Muslim leaders based here came together in time for the World Interfaith Harmony Week to renounce the recent bombings in some parts of Mindanao as they urged the people to unite in the face of violence which many feared was aimed at sowing sectarian discord.
The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) said it is open to the idea of amending the Joint Administrative Order (JAO) 2014-01, especially on the penalties imposed on “colorum” public utility vehicles (PUVs).