PRRD Condoles with PNP Chief General Oscar Albayalde

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President Rodrigo Roa Duterte condoles with Philippine National Police (PNP) Director General Oscar Albayalde as the President visited the wake of the PNP Chief’s mother Consolacion at the Good Shepherd Memorial Chapel and Crematorium in San Fernando City, Pampanga on July 29, 2018. Joining the President is Sec. Bong Go of the Office of the Special Assistant to the President.PRESIDENTIAL PHOTO

Chop-chop body found

Discovery of Human Body

At about 6am of July 29, 2018 Personnel from City Environment and Natural Resources Office ( CENRO ) informed and endorsed to this station a discovered Human Body partially fronting Pag Asa Pawnshop, Cabantian Road, Buhangin Davao City.

Initial investigation conducted revealved that at about 5:45am of July 29, 2018 while Ranel Somayang Paña, 37 year old employed at CENRO as Garbage collector together with other employees allegedly discovered a black garbage bag placed inside a Transparent plastic cellophane containing Human body and immediately endorsed to this office for proper disposition.

Investigators on case SPO1 Ian Irvin Fernandez and PO3 Alex Niño Domagas left this station onboard m27 manned by PO1 Arcenas and brought the Human Body to Angel Funeral Homes F. Torres Street, Davao City.

That while at Angel Funeral Homes, it was found out that the discovered Human body is a Female person with stilk undetermined height and age. It was found out further that her head, both arms and both legs were cut separated from her body while the lower portion of her stomach down to her thigh is still missing.

Tracker team of this station are now conducting follow up investigation for possible identification of the victim and apprehensiin of the perpetrator/s.

UPDATE:

First Progress Report re- Discovery of Human Body

Please be informed that the discovered Human Body which was recently brought at Angel Funeral Parlor for autopsy was already identified as MARGIE SAPIO ALBARICO, 31 years old, single, Deaf Mute, Special Child and a resident of Purok 4-B, Aranas Compound, Matina Pangi, Talomo District, Davao City.

The victim was positively identified by her father Mr. SOPRIANO MATURAN ALBARICO, 68 years old, married, carpenter, a native of Tibungco, Bunawan District, Davao City and a resident of same address at around 7:20pm of July 29, 2018 upon learning that a female person was brought to the said funeral parlor as announced by a reporter of Bombo Radio Davao prompted him to proceed thereat.

The father revealed that prior to her discovery, victim allegedly left their residence at around 3:00pm of July 26, 2018 and failed to return home.

Tracker team of this station are continuosly conducting follow-up to determine the motive and possible identity of the suspect/s.

2ND UPDATE

Please be informed that MARGIE ALBARICO is alive. She was seen by a concerned citizen from COMVAL and subsequently turned over to COMVAL
POLICE STATION last night.

Around 3:40am July 31,2018, her custody was properly turned – over to her parents and they are now heading Dvo City.

Hence, the found dead body is not Margie which was claimed earlier by her parents after reported missing last week. It was a mistaken identity.

At this point in time, found human body is still unidentified. For information.

SAP Bong Go joins entrepreneurship roadshow

Special Assistant to the President (SAP) Christopher Lawrence ‘Bong’ Go joined Go Negosyo Founder and Presidential Adviser on Entrepreneurship, Joey Concepcion during the Davao City leg of Go Negosyo’s Mentor Me on Wheels (MMOW) held at the atrium of SM Lanang Premier.

SAP Go cited the critical role played by entrepreneurs in boosting the country’s economy.

“Malaki po ang kontribusyon ng mga micro, small at medium enterprises sa ekonomiya ng Pilipinas. Layunin ng Duterte administration na magbigay ng oportunidad sa mga Pilipinong nais magsimula o mapalago ang kanilang mga negosyo at mapakita sa buong mundo na ang produktong Pinoy ay world class,” said Sec. Go.

MMOW brings mentorship closer to starting Filipino businessmen, especially to those underserved entrepreneurs from distant areas.

The program also provides an avenue for capacity building in realizing President Duterte’s goal of building an inclusive economy.

“Asahan po nating lahat na mas marami pang ‘Mentor Me on Wheels’ ang inoorganisa ng DTI upang maabot nito ang mas maraming Filipino entrepreneurs sa buong bansa. Patunay po ito na go na go na ang suporta ni Tatay Digong sa lahat ng Filipino MSMEs na malaki ang ambag sa paglago ng ating ekonomiya,” added Sec. Go.

Aside from Sec. Go, other guest speakers were Madame Honeylet Avanceña, Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO) Secretary Martin Andanar at Presidential Adviser (PA) on Entrepreneurship Joey Concepcion.

Speaker Arroyo joins relief operations in Sasmuan and Dinalupihan

Former president and newly-elected Speaker Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo on Friday morning visited her congressional district to join the relief operations for typhoon victims. Speaker Arroyo, together with Pampanga Governor Lilia Pineda,  led the distribution of relief goods to the residents of Brgy. Sebitanan in Sasmuan, Pampanga.

There were around 663 families affected in Sebitanan alone.  Arroyo explained that they identified the areas gravely affected by the typhoon to be able to assist them as soon as possible.

“I looked at the reports of the most devastated areas. We identified about 10 districts and said, we assist the 10 districts immediately,” said Arroyo.

Speaker Arroyo added, “we start with the relief goods, maybe, medical [assistance] din. That’s why we have the NDCC (National Disaster Coordinating Council) meeting on Monday so we can find out from them what are the plans for rehabilitation and check them out.”

Thereafter, she visited Dinalupihan, one of the municipalities in Bataan that was badly hit by the typhoons and was even placed under state of calamity.  Speaker Arroyo was warmly welcomed by Rep. Geraldine Roman (1st District, Bataan) along with other local officials.

Dinalupihan Mayor Gila Garcia expressed gratitude to Arroyo for providing immediate assistance to the typhoon victims in Bataan.

“Nagpapasalamat po kami, Ma’am sa inyo pong pagbisita [at] sa inyo pong pagdala ng maraming biyaya para po makapagtawid-gutom sa mga nasalanta rito sa bayan ng Bataan,” Garcia said as she recognized the Speaker.

Rep. Roman also recounted the concern expressed by Arroyo on her first day as House Speaker.

“Noong unang araw ng paglilingkod ng ating minamahal na Speaker, hindi niya po pinag-usapan kung sino ang mga matatalaga sa mahahalagang posisyon. Ang una niyang pinag-usapan ay ang pagtulong sa mga mamamayan na nasalanta ng habagat. At ang una niyang tinanong sa’kin, ‘Geraldine, paano ako makakatulong sa mga mamamayan ng Bataan?” Roman said.

Arroyo, for her part, shared that her responsibility is not limited to her constituents in the 2nd District of Pampanga, especially now that she was elected as House Speaker.

“Kapitbayan tayo. Kapag natatamaan ang Bataan, natatamaan din ang Pampanga. Kapag natatamaan ang Dinalupihan, natatamaan din ang Lubao. Kaya noong hindi pa ako Speaker, hinanda ko na magkaroon ng relief sa Lubao, lalo na sa coastal area.  Noong nagingSpeaker ako, hindi lang 2nd District of Pampanga ang responsibility ko ngayon. Responsibility ko ang ating mga congresswomen, kagaya ni Geraldine, na tulungan ang kanilang mga distrito,” Arroyo stated.

In an interview after the relief operations, Arroyo said that a priority bill is being processed in Congress that shall create a Disaster Management Department. She hopes that it will be passed at the Committee level the following week.| M Gonzales

PRRD Visits Wounded Combatants and Distributes Aid to the Fire Victims in Jolo, Sulu, July 27, 2018

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President Rodrigo Roa Duterte salutes one of the wounded soldiers whom he visited at Camp Teodulfo Bautista Station Hospital in Jolo, Sulu on July 27, 2018. The President awarded the Order of Lapu-Lapu with the Rank of Kampilan and provided mobile phones and watches to the wounded soldiers. Joining the President is Sec. Bong Go of the Office of the Special Assistant to the President. PRESIDENTIAL PHOTO