MERGE WINNER. Barangay Mabulac was the street dancing competition champion in the 2019 Kansilay Festival in Silay City, Negros Occidental, yesterday.* (Ronnie Baldonado photo)


‘Signatures forged
in election protest’
BY GILBERT P. BAYORAN

Registered voters of EB Magalona town cried foul over the forging of their signatures included in the list of affiants in the filing of an election protest against Mayor Marvin Malacon, who was proclaimed the winning town mayor by the Commission on Election, in connection with the May 13 elections.

In a sworn affidavit subscribed to before lawyer Dennis Salem on June 10 in EB Magalona, the 19 complainants said that their names were included as affiants in the electoral protest and the signatures that appeared on top of their names were forged.

To show proof of their allegations, the complainants submitted their respective identification cards with their signatures. They also stressed that they have not accomplished any affidavits, affixed their signatures or appeared before the Notary Public, in relation to the electoral protest. moremoremore


Neg. Occ. top recipient
of dialysis payments
BY CARLA P. GOMEZ

PhilHealth has paid P144,838,200 in dialysis claims to 13 free standing dialysis centers in Western Visayas this year, with the largest payments made in Negros Occidental, J animhe Jalbuna, PhilHealth 6 Public Affairs Unit head, said yesterday.

The da ta does not include payment to hospitals in Western Visayas that also provide dialysis for PhilHealth members, she said.  

Jalbuna said, so far, they have had no findings of ghost dialysis patients in Western Visayas. moremoremore

 

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IN BACOLOD
Over 7,000 jobs up for grabs
in Independence Day job fair
BY MARCHEL P. ESPINA

Thousands of jobseekers in Western Visayas are expected to troop to 888 Chinatown Premier Mall in Bacolod City for the government-organized job fair, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. today.

Ronnie Pineda, senior labor employment officer of the Department of Labor and Employment-Negros Occidental, said yesterday that 7,300 vacancies from local and overseas employers are up for grabs.

Pineda, the focal person of the activity, said 2,900 vacancies are for local employment while there are 4,440 overseas employment opportunities. He added that 26 local employers and eight companies from abroad will participate in the fair, that is part of the government’s commemoration of the 121 st Independence Day.