Task Force Botagoy disposed of 2,500 kilos of spoiled meat at the Felisa dumpsite in Bacolod City.*
“We are waiting for the immediate decision of the president for the best interest of the DILG and the Filipino people.”
That was the answer yesterday of Local Government Undersecretary forPublic Safety, NegrenseJesus Hinlo, to reports of a brewing rift in the Department of Interior and Local Government.
The matter between the three DILG undersecretaries – John Castriciones for operations, Emilie Padilla for legislative liaison and special concerns, and himself – against Secretary Ismael Sueño has already been submitted to President Rodrigo Duterte, Hinlosaid.
Botagoy men bury
2,500 kilos of meat
BY CHRYSEE SAMILLANO
Members of Task Force Botagoy disposed of about 2,500 kilos of spoiled meatthat was voluntarily surrendered to themat about 10 a.m. Saturday by a meat shop owner in Bacolod City.
Executive assistant Ernie Pineda said yesterday that they buried the spoiled meat at the composting area of the dumpsite in Brgy. Felisa at about 10:45 a.m. of the same day.
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2 women stabbed dead
BY JUDY F. PARTLOW
The Philippine National Police in Siquijor province is now locating the event organizers of an international long board competition over the weekend in the town of Lazi, following the death of two women Sunday.
Initial police investigation showed that at around 11 p.m. Sunday, the San Juan PNP station arrested a certain Michael Anabasa Malayo, 34, married and a resident of Opon in Lapu-lapu City, Cebu.
The police report said Malayo was a “long board participant” and was allegedly the suspect in the stabbing to death of Nikki Piñero, 21, single and a resident of Dumaguete City, and a certain Loreen, 17 years old, of Makati City.