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Bago City

CENECO Powers Purok Camingawan 2, Bago City

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“The Purok Camingawan 2 will now be electrified through Sitio Electrification Program (SEP).”

BFO Alagaran sa Barangay. The residents of Barangay Taloc with the BFO and CPS staff and Dir. Javellana (5th from left).*

FFF-SWAT Airs Sentiments on Exclusion of Members from Master List

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Shown above photos were taken at SWAT-FFF’s recent meeting recently with Mike Baylon, FFF Provincial President, as resource person.

9 Murder Suspects Arrested in Negros Occidental

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Police operatives in Negros Occidental continued their relentless campaign against wanted persons in the province and arrested nine murder suspects with warrants of arrest.

A live-in partner charged for murder was arrested in Candoni town in Negros Occidental Wednesday by combined elements of Bago City and Candoni PNP Wednesday.

Superintendent David Cachumbo, Jr., Bago City PNP chief identified the suspects Nicolas Firmano, 41, of Hilongos, Southern Leyte and Angelyn Quemada, 40, of Sitio Paho, Barangay Dulao, Bago City.

5 Wanted Persons Arrested

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Five persons accused of different crimes were arrested by police operatives in the province, Senior Superintendent Samuel Nacion, Officer-in Charge of Negros Occidental Police Provincial Office (NOPPO), said.

In Bago City, Police Superintendent David L. Cachumbo, Jr., arrested Ricardo Porras Pabiano, 37, married, from Bago City.

Superintendent Antonieto Cañete, Himamaylan City PNP Chief collared Juanito Galosmo Rojo, also resident of Himamaylan City, with warrant for homicide.

La Carlota City PNP arrested Ritche Alim Pueda, 38, from La Carlota City for theft.

Twister Hits Bago City . . .

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Two houses were destroyed and seven were damaged when a baby tornado hit Brgy. Bagroy in Bago City at 11:30 yesterday yesterday morning.

Provincial Health Officer and OIC-Provincial Social Welfare and Development Officer, Dr. Ernell Tumimbang reported that nine families with 35 individuals were affected by the twister.

The affected families are currently staying in their relatives’ houses, while the Local Disaster Risk Reduction Management Council of Bago City are attending to the affected individuals.* (Capitol News)