The husband of a political candidate was killed while another was injured when the vehicle they were riding in was ambushed on the eve of election day.
The Department of Social Welfare and Development-10 (DSWD-10) has reminded the public that political candidates cannot enroll or remove beneficiaries of Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps), one of the government’s poverty alleviation programs.
The city government’s aggressiveness in promoting education as one of the priorities of Mayor Oscar Moreno has resulted to Cagayan de Oro’s winning its second Seal of Good Education Governance (SGEG).
Authorities are now digging deeper on the possible involvement of the arrested Bukidnon barangay chairperson to Kuratong Baleleng.
The father of Susan Guaynon who was injured and captured by the military during its operation against the New Peoples Army last Saturday, April 14, appealed for the release of his daughter who is 3 months pregnant.
With the pushing through of the barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan (SK) elections set on May 14, the Commission on Election in the region (Comelec-10) said they are ready to facilitate the local polls as they are just waiting for the poll materials to arrive from Manila.
Police and transport officials in Cagayan de Oro City beefed up their monitoring and alert systems for the surge in the number of travelling persons due to the Lenten season.
Following the arrest of a radio reporter for alleged possession of “shabu” (crystal meth), the management of Radyo Bandera Network (RBN) has ordered all its stations and affiliates to ensure that none of its personnel are involved in illegal drugs or other criminal activities.
About P25 million in aid was given to residents in some areas of Lanao del Sur and Maguindanao who were affected by the Marawi crisis by the United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) which will be used to boost their agricultural production.
The League of Filipino Students (LFS) in Northern Mindanao condemned the presence of soldiers in schools as the Phil. Army’s 4th Infantry Division (4ID) accused the progressive youth group of carrying out recruitment activities inside campuses.