Page 8

Bring and promote your business in Mindanao, ADVERTISE in our newspaper and website and get fast results! CEBU Eduardo A. Sode 044 Mabini St., Cebu City Mobile: (0917) 308 7366

COTABATO Rhoderick Beñez Kidapawan City Mobile: (0927) 4757936

ZAMBOANGA Jeng Fernandez Mayor Vitaliano Agan Avenue Phone: (062) 9925480 Mobile: (0995) 5202358

DAVAO Door 2, 402 Nidea St., Obrero Malou Cablinda Phone: (08 2) 2841859 Mobile: (0925) 7621914

PAGADIAN Richard Suarez Kismet Cable TV, Aquino cor. Cabrera sts., Gatas District Phone: (062) 2142706 Mobile: (0910) 7348600

E-mail: mindanaoexaminer@gmail.com

Founded 2006

mindanaoexaminer.com

FOR ADVERTISEMENTS, PLEASE CALL (062) 9925480 or (082) 2841859

P10

July 15-21, 2019

DILG to sue former mayor Osmeña

T

HE DEPARTMENT of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) said it will file charges against former Cebu City Mayor Tomas Osmeña following his order to remove all facilities and furniture from his office shortly before stepping down. retary said we will defi- tions,” he said. DILG spokesper- nitely file cases but let’s Citing the former son and Undersecretary just find out the facts first mayor’s claim that he Jonathan Malaya said to determine what cases spent around P2 million Secretary Eduardo M. are to be filed,” Malaya which came from his Año has ordered the fil- said. friends, Malaya said he ing of charges against Malaya said he was can just have the amount the former mayor. disappointed over Os- reimbursed. “He doesn’t “The decision to file meña’s order to strip his have to strip the office of cases has been made al- office of fixtures. “This the mayor bare and again ready. We are still study- is just so unfortunate. I it disrupts the delivery ing the specific cases cannot even determine of public service. It’s bebecause we have yet to the intention of Mayor cause the mayor is curreceive a report from Osmeña. This does not rently holding business our regional director set a good example be- in another office,” Malafrom Region 6. The Sec- cause there are other op- ya said.

‘Tsuper Iskolar’ goes to Visayas THE TECHNICAL Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) and the Department of Transportation (DOTr) have launched the “Tsuper Iskolar” program in Cebu which aims to provide scholarships and livelihood training to utility drivers and provide them with free skills and entrepreneurship training. A total of 18 transport cooperatives in Cebu and nearby provinces participated in the program which was also launched in the National Capital

Region, Ilocos Region, Zamboanga Peninsula, Northern Mindanao and Davao regions, including Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao. TESDA Secretary Isidro Lapeña said everyone is welcome to apply for the program, but priority will be given to drivers affected by the modernization program and their families, the indigenous people, and rebel returnees. He said trainees will receive a daily allowance of P350. Among the cours-

es they can choose from are Heavy Equipment Operation (Forklift) NC II, Hilot (Wellness Massage) NC II, Food and Beverage Services NC II, Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) NC II, Housekeeping NC II, Caregiving NC II, Driving NC II, Bread and Pastry Production NC II, Beauty Care Services NC II, and Electrical Installation and Maintenance NC II. Lapeña said the DOTr has allotted a P300 million fund for “Tsuper Iskolar” for 2019. The program will continue as needed. (Maria. Cristina Arayata)

He said as a general rule, an official may only remove movable furniture and fixtures such as chairs, tables, and computers that are personal property when he ends his term. “But the act of even removing what is considered immovable objects like ceiling, walls, and the tiles are already bad faith because it renders the office, which is government property, as unusable by his successor and therefore affects the delivery of public service to the people of Cebu City. Under the Civil Code, immovable improvements may only be removed by the owner if it does not cause damage or injury to the work constructed,” Malaya said. He also suggested that Osmeña should have filed a claim for indemnification for all the immovable improvements that he introduced to the office so that reimbursements should have been made. The former mayor said that he paid for the repair of the office in 2010 with his friends amounting to P2 million since the budget had been rejected by Cebu City Vice

Former Cebu Mayor Tomas Osmeña FB page Mayor Edgardo Labella, who defeated Osmeña in the May 13 mid-term elections. Labella said he was also surprised when he found the mayor’s office “vandalized”, disconnected from the

plumbing system and electrical connection, the ceiling and tiles stripped off, and no furniture was left aside from the two industrial air-conditioners and some chairs. (Christopher Lloyd Caliwan)

First Standard Finance Corporation Zamboanga City 0995-5202358 RUSH SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE

Fortune G P680, 000

ARMM

Montero GLS SE P680, 000

Eastern Mindanao

Mitsubishi Strada P700, 000

Western Mindanao

Hyundai Accent P550,000

Cebu

Manila

Profile for Mindanao Examiner Regional Newspaper

Mindanao Examiner Regional Newspaper (July 15-21, 2019)  

Mindanao Examiner Regional Newspaper 341 Mindanao Examiner Productions (062) 992-5480, (0995) 5202358 Unit 15 Fairland Bldg., Nuñez Ext., Z...

Mindanao Examiner Regional Newspaper (July 15-21, 2019)  

Mindanao Examiner Regional Newspaper 341 Mindanao Examiner Productions (062) 992-5480, (0995) 5202358 Unit 15 Fairland Bldg., Nuñez Ext., Z...

Advertisement