MERGE All is not well at the Vallacar Transit Inc. empire*

Roy takes over Vallacar;
It’s illegal, Leo Rey says

The battle of the Bacolod-based Yanson siblings for control of the family’s multi-billion peso transportation empire that operates nationwide escalated yesterday.

The Board of Directors of Vallacar Transit Inc., Bachelor Express Inc., Rural Transit Mindanao Inc., Sugbo Transit Express Inc., and Mindanao Star Business Transit Inc. in separate press statements yesterday announced the appointment of Roy V. Yanson as the new president of the five companies effective immediately, replacing younger brother Leo Rey V. Yanson.

However, a press statement from Leo Rey last night said he does not recognize the “illegal actions” of his siblings Roy, Emily and Ricardo Yanson, and Ma. Lourdes Celina Lopez. moremoremore

I served with integrity: Aranas

Former Government Service Insurance System president and general manager Jesus Clint Aranas yesterday said he served the GSIS with integrity and honesty.

“I am thankful to the President for the three years of government service to enable me to do good governance with integrity and candor,” said Aranas, who is from Negros Occidental.

The president on Friday said he fired Aranas, although the latter submitted a resignation letter on Tuesday, June 2. moremoremore


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PVO aligns programs
with ‘Abanse Negrense’

The Provincial Veterinary Office of Negros Occidental has aligned its programs and projects to Governor Eugenio Jose Lacson’s “Abanse Negrense” development agenda for the second half of the year.

Provincial Veterinarian Renante Decena met with the veterinarians and program coordinators assigned in the Sixth District Friday, to ensure such alignments with the development agenda of the new governor.

He said he wants to ensure that personnel assigned to field units and frontline services will double their commitment and dedication to increase the reach of services delivery to district level in accordance with the mandate of the new administration, which is to focus on animal production towards value chain and bio-security, and prevention of emerging diseases.