Issue of January 14, 2018

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1.    The financier of the syndicated crime group involved in the break-in of a silver shop at Mines View might have ordered his men to produce a P10-M loot, not over P1 M.

2.    The more than 76,000 cops will think twice before getting involved in any illegal activities unless they want to risk losing their job and their new P30,000 monthly salary.

3.    To help all state workers, the government must increase the salaries of those who are not necessarily members of the PNP and AFP and have no roles to play during a coup d’etat.

4.    This giant mall must act on complaints about countless mall goers being dismayed that there are more bystanders that occupy tables and chairs in a centralized food court.

5.    The PNP and BFP are not seriously considering moves to investigate if a vendors’ group who sold firecrackers complied with the permits issued by Camp Crame and Tuba LGU.

6.    Many of those who passed the licensure exam for teachers are most likely to apply for job opening for Police Officer 1, as they are assured of salary increase than the teachers.

7.    Like the older class members, who opted for early retirement, some members of a PMA class, who are in the AFP and PNP, are being excluded in recent promotion of officers.

8.    This official has been spotted several times in an establishment near a bus terminal, as he might be welcoming visitors even if he is not the tourism board chair.

9.    Just as the Creative City Council is about to embark into a challenging journey, one or two interim members are not planning to quit out of frustration and conflicting visions.

10. No Cordillera politician tried to gatecrash the tightly guarded wedding ceremony at Camp John Hay just to have snapshots with President Duterte, who served as ninong.

11. Countless Ifugao voters with exemption of keyboard trolls are disappointed that funds for the province was slashed just because their solon is a known critic of the government.

12. Something is valuable with the powerful Ortegas of La Union, as the highest politician in the land keeps on wooing them while he continues to ignore Chavit, an ally of Arroyo.

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