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Man loses P78,600
to riding-in-tandem
BY RENE GENOVE

A 30-year-old man was held up and robbed of about P 78,000 in jewellery and cash by two unidentified male suspects riding in tandem on a motorcycle while he was on his way home near the Valencia Motorpool in Barangay Bong-ao, Valencia, Negros Oriental, Thursday.

The victim was identified as Reymond Tigas of Purok Ocra, Barangy Bong-ao, Valencia.

Police investigation showed that at around 10:30 p.m. Thursday, while the victim was on his motorcycle going home, he noticed another motorcycle following him, with two persons on board, who overtook him and ordered him to stop.

The two divested him of his wallet with P5,600 in cash, a driver's license, LandBank ATM card, an 18 karat necklace (Saudi gold) worth P60,000, an iPhone 4S worth P8,000, and a Casio wristwatch worth P5,000.

The suspects fled on their motorcycle and left the victim unharmed.

The Valencia Police is now conducting a follow-up operation.*

 

Silliman graduate 2nd in Psychologist Board Exam

A graduate of Silliman University in Dumaguete City in 2009, Karen Joy Patayon, placed second in the 2017 Psychologist Board Examination administered in October, a press release from SU said.

The other passer from Silliman in the same board exam was Aldwin Murphy Kwek.

Silliman also produced 20 certified public accountants, results of the recent CPA board exams shows. The school registered a passing rate of 80 percent, that is higher than the national passing average of 30.45, the press release said.

The new CPAs from Silliman are Rylmarie Aguilar, Gem Jessica Krizzia Ambos, Joel Bandigas, Bermond John Bontia, Gil Buenavista, Frank Lloyd Cadorna, Georgette Mae Dineros, Archimedes Galera, Daphne Lao, Karen Charmaine Llera, Christine Lu, Riva Dianne Lubguban, Ma. Nashra Mangwag, Ann Janine Ontong, Jeff Emerson Ordoñez, Irene Mae Palencia, Wrylan Quiazon, Roselle Ann Ramas, Ethel Tubio, and Gloria Roseni Yrad.

Meanwhile, 48 students graduated from the Contact Center Services-NC II certificate program Tuesday, and each was a recipient of a scholarship grant, a press release from Silliman said.

The certificate program consists of basic, common and core competencies, aimed at preparing students for handling customer complaints and managing inbound and outbound customer care and sales services.

The program is administered by the School of Agro-Industrial and Technical Education, the press release added.*

 

 

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