The death of New People’s Army (NPA) Commander, Ka Parago, brings back memories of the rape and killing of his daughter Rebelyn to family members.
Members of the House of Representatives reiterated their support to the passage of the Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL) and have vowed to stand for its enactment in the resumption of the deliberations this July.
The slain New People’s Army commander Parago Sandoval, whose real name is Leoncio Pitao, will be buried on July 10.
Civil Military Operations (CMO) commander of the 10th Infantry Division (ID) Lt. Col. Francis Sibal on Wednesday said “nobody can thrive as threatful as Parago.”
Councilor Rachel Zozobrado-Nagayo on Tuesday called out the attention of the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) and the Davao City Water District (DCWD) to exercise caution and observe safety measures in their construction works and repairs.
The Army’s touted “notorious” commander of the New People’s Army remained strong and vigilant under no less than five regimes, until he was killed in a raid while getting treatment for his diabetes.
Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte visited the first night of the wake of fallen New People’s Army commander Leoncio “Ka Parago” Pitao to pay his last respects.
The New People’s Army confirmed the death of Commander Parago by a combined Army task force in Paquibato Sunday.
Bayan Muna Partylist Rep. Carlos Isagani Zarate called on wider public and educational discussions on the progress of the Bangsamoro Basic to encourage an informed decision among Filipinos.
The Davao City Mayor’s Office-Drainage Management Unit (CMO-DMU) said it is doubling its effort to locate the areas that need to upgrade or be added with drainages.
Migrante Middle East said overseas Filipino workers will consider Mayor Rodrigo Duterte if he finally decides to run for president.
The City Council is now endorsing the ordinance regarding the opening up of new routes for public utility vehicles (PUVs) and shuttle buses in the far-flung areas of the city.