By: Solita Collas-Monsod Philippine Daily Inquirer Friday, August 31st, 2012. The brouhaha over the alleged kidnapping of the granddaughter of Cecilia Seares Luna, a “queenpin” of Abra, has once again exposed the soft underbelly of the Philippine justice system. Advertisements
By Jeannette I. Andrade Philippine Daily Inquirer The Quezon City police on Wednesday charged five persons, including an American national, over the alleged kidnapping of an 8-year-old granddaughter of a politician based in Abra province.
Isang 7-taong gulang na batang babae ang kinidnap sa tapat ng pinapasukang eskwelahan nito sa BF Homes Subdivision, Barangay Holy Spirit, Quezon City pasado alas-7:00 Martes ng umaga.
By Artemio Dumlao BAGUIO CITY, Philippines – Village leaders in at least two Abra towns – known as hotbeds of the so-called “gun culture” that has wrought endless violence in and out of the elections— have began giving up their hordes of guns.
This was lifted from one of the stories posted. I think it just earned it’s own spot in our page – SysOp ———————- Since this is a blog, it is a freedom wall, we are free to exchange our opinions and ideas involving this issue of crusading peace and order for abra.
By Maritess B. Beñas BANGUED, Abra, Aug. 21 (PIA) — Governor Eustaquio P. Bersamin led the launching of the United for Abra information drive in the province last week with the theme, “Crime-free Abra”
Bangued, Abra – Jomar “Abat” Bersalona, one of the allege gun-for-hire nabbed the other day, was shot today while on his way to the Justice Hall. Bersalona was about to attend a hearing when the incident happened. There were conflicting reports on what transpired. Some said that Bersalona tried to grab a pistol from one … Continue reading
By Rubyloida Bitog BANGUED, Abra — Two alleged members of a gun–for–hire group in town were recently arrested while another person was nabbed for illegal possession of firearms.
I have been asked many time if abrenian.com wanted to accept donations to help defray the cost of maintaining this site. I politely declined each time. Because I know that once you start accepting money from users, you eventually needs to account for it. Here’s a feedback received in our inbox from an anonymous user regarding Abrenian … Continue reading
BANGUED, Abra – The Abra Electric Cooperative (Abreco) has spent P189,211,736.26 for technical services for the past five years specifically for system loss reduction, improvement of power quality, and upgrade of distribution system.