The Duterte administration is keen on pushing the development of Mindanao through the building of at least three major infrastructures that will have an impact on the island’s economy.
Author Archives: JIGGER J. JERUSALEM
The implementation of the martial law in Mindanao in light of the crisis in Marawi City has not stopped investors and business people from all over the island to participate in the biggest gathering of key players in the business sector.
To ensure the conviction of criminal offenders, prosecutors must no longer be “passive” but must be resourceful in gathering additional evidence other than what the law enforcers give them, a Department of Justice (DOJ) official said.
A fisherman prepares his net before he sails to catch fish in the waters of Barangay Loguilo, in Alubijid town, Misamis Oriental, on Saturday, September 2. Fishing has remained as one of the villagers’ main source of income. (Jigger J. Jerusalem/davaotoday.com)
After Mayor Oscar Moreno barely secured a Writ of Preliminary Injunction (WPI) from the six corruption cases filed against him over an equipment rental from 2007-2012 when he was still the governor of Misamis Oriental, the local chief executive found himself in a legal battle once again when the Ombudsman issued another dismissal order for him.
Unaware of the avian flu virus that led to the killing of thousands of chickens and other fowls in Luzon, this woman sells these wild birds at P200 each in Cagayan de Oro City. Experts suspected the avian flu was transported from one area to another through migratory birds. (Jigger J. Jerusalem/davaotoday.com)
Statues of saints are paraded in the annual fluvial procession of Higalaay Festival 2017, a month-long festivity held annually in Cagayan de Oro City on Monday, Aug. 28. (Jigger J. Jerusalem/davaotoday.com)
Miss Philippines-Fire 2017 Nellza Mortola-Bautista accepted the invitation of the municipal government to be its ambassadress for the environment.
More than a thousand indigenous peoples (IPs) and Moro communities from Mindanao are on their way to Manila to express their dismay over the continued abuses perpetrated by the present administration against tribal minorities.
More than 21 tons of frozen dressed chicken that arrived from Luzon on Tuesday are put on hold at the Tagoloan port in Misamis Oriental while the shipment load is being further verified over concern on the contamination of the poultry products in Pampanga.