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UPDATE (12/11/2012): Enough is enough, Aboitiz finally delivers the Coup de Grace

The Capital town of Bangued blanketed with darkness. Only the Abra Valley College building is being illuminated

The Capital town of Bangued blanketed with darkness. Only the Abra Valley College building is being illuminated

Update 1: According to reports Mayor Ryan Luna and Governor Eustaquio Bersamin has taken this crisis through the radio station. The two local leaders are reported to be in a war of words.

Update 2: The power disruption could last for weeks.

Update 3: Apparently,  local radio station DZPA announced on December 7, 2012  that AP will disconnect power on December 10, 2012.

Update 4: 15 checks issued by ABRECO bounced.

Update 5: According to our sources, People are now out on the street and situation are getting edgy. Our source fears that anytime violence will erupt.

Update 6: Sources is now saying that the amount ABRECO owes is running hundres of million of pesos due to interests.

Update 7: Gunshots can be heard around the capital town of Bangued.

Update 8: Sources say that Governor Bersamin knows in advance that this crisis is inevitable as he was busy looking for a generator to power his fighting cock farm.

Update 9 (12/11/2012):  Electricity will resume within the day. According to Mr. David Guzman, Chairman of the Board of Directors (who’s conveniently out of town) . Also today, CONCERNED MEMBERS of ABRECO will  deliver a signed letter to ABRECO at 11 o’clock this morning. Aboitiz is willing to negotiate with ABRECO. Aboitiz does not expect ABRECO to be able to pay the full amount owed but the power company is asking for guarantee from the Cooperative.

Update 10: Students from Divine Word College of Bangued, Abra Valley Colleges and Abra High School are mobilizing to denounce the electricity cut-off.

Update 11: The protest placard shown outside ABRECO is “Agbusina ka nu taga-Abra ka” (blow your horn if you’re from Abra) to create a noise barrage.

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Reports are going around that the whole province of Abra is without any electricity. According to radio reports, Abotiz Power finally cut-off Abra’s power supply due to ABRECO’s failure to pay it’s huge financial obligations. Back in September, ABRECO owes Php 53 Million broken down into: Php 32 Million Security Deposit and 21 Million of unpaid bills.

Abotiz Power had issued 3 disconnection notice to ABRECO for the past few months. Each time, the company suspend disconnections hoping the cooperative will keep it’s promise to pay. And each time no less than the Governor and Congresswoman intervened. The last suspension was in November 12, 2012.

Abrenians has been clamoring for a change in the ABRECO leadership for some time but the Local Government has not done anything so far.

Instead of twinkling lights, the Christmas tree is surrounded by flicker candles.

Instead of twinkling lights, the Christmas tree is surrounded by flickering candles.

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106 thoughts on “UPDATE (12/11/2012): Enough is enough, Aboitiz finally delivers the Coup de Grace

  1. this is a disaster. awan la pulos apo met. nyan aya. dapat i-bitin yang GM sa plaza.

    Posted by bossing | December 9, 2012, 9:35 pm
    • If all the people of ABRA will be United in choosing the right leaders we will not suffer. Anu nagyyari everytime we have election, they deprive thier rights as people of the Philippines DHIL NBBYARAN CLA…BINIBILI ang bawat buto nila…. I hope this wil bel a big lesson to all you people of ABRA… choose the right one, not the one whose buying VOTES & WITH GUNS…..

      Posted by shane | December 10, 2012, 6:56 am
    • Abra: back to the dark ages. Those responsible sip expensive coffee in the comforts of their ‘public-funded’ ‘no power interruption’ abodes while the majority who religiously pay their monthly bills miserably gropes in the dark. Corruption, politics, greed, impunity,hypocrisy, fear, ignorance – not strange bedfellows.

      Posted by hermit cavedweller | December 10, 2012, 10:13 am
    • ano naman po kasalanan na mga nasa kaukulan eh di naman dumidircho sa kanila ung pera ng abreco…nasa naghahawak ng establishment na meralco ang pangungurakot..our 2 leaders is now having their meeting here in manila..ginagawan na nila ng paraan para magkakuryente na sa abra..anong vote vote na cnasabi nyo???

      Posted by bentongtoot | December 10, 2012, 8:54 pm
      • TO BENTONGTOOT —>BOOOO.ISA KA RIN EH…MARAMI MGA BULSA NIAN BROD..KALA MO LANG KC HINDI CLA NANGUNGURAKOT,..KURAKOT MGA YAN..BULAG KA BA???NATAKPAN KC MATA MO NG PERA..HAHAHA…SAMPALIN MO SARILI MO PARA MAGISING KA.LOLZ

        Posted by ANDRES | December 10, 2012, 9:56 pm
        • ANDRES, BAKA MAYSA NI BENTONGTOOT KADAGIDIAY MANGAW-AWAG KEN GOV. BULSAAMIN TI “UNCLE OKEL OKEL”! HA HA HA! BAKA PARA IBULSADA!

          Posted by Bileg Abra | December 10, 2012, 10:17 pm
  2. Tell us Governor Takit and Cong. Joy, what is your justification in cuddling GM Seares? This is a slap on your leadership if you keep protecting the moron.

    Posted by oron | December 9, 2012, 10:00 pm
    • WEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE…………………GANITO NA LANG…BOS CHIP MAG TULUNGAN NA LANG KAU,BOS MAYOR AT BOS GOBERNADOR PARA MAAYOS ANG PROBLEMA MAGPLASTIKAN MUNA KAU NGAUN KAHIT NGAUN LANG..EH DI PAGKATAPOS PAG OK NA PROBLEMA,DI PWEDE ULIT KAU MAGBARILAN DIBA??LOLZ

      Posted by ANDRES | December 10, 2012, 10:00 pm
  3. Sapay kuma ta leksyon daytoy kanyatayo amin nga tiga Abra… pilyen tayo tay nasasayaat nga agtuturay,..ngem apo awan sa met mapili nga nasayaat kanyada.

    Posted by celong | December 9, 2012, 10:40 pm
    • celong, ita lang napasak ti kastoy ditoy abra. kayatna sawen napalalo kinapuskol rupa da joy ken bulsa amin ta diniktaranda nga agtakaw ni GM jun para kanyada amin…..haan a balen nga padasen tayo dagita daddoma ta dagitoy nakatugaw ket awan puso da. bimmato awan pulos kaasida ti abrenio…..koryente….basic need dayta…..hospital kada agas takawenda pay budget na. ita awan koryenten….talaga patayenda taga abra….bag kanyada ta adda man mansionda idiay america kada manila isu nga uray makriit abrenio okay latta.

      Posted by Bileg Abra | December 10, 2012, 12:26 am
  4. Sysop, how much is owing do you know? Thanks.

    Posted by Carmelita E. Omli | December 9, 2012, 10:54 pm
  5. back in september. It was Php 53 Million broken down into: Php 32 Million Security Deposit and 21 Million of unpaid bills. If they have not paid anything it can be more.

    Posted by SysOp | December 9, 2012, 11:01 pm
    • 353 million utang natin sa napocor, 54 million sa aboitiz, ang alam ng tao aboitiz lang nakautangan ng abreco, 720 million naman utang ng capitolyo para sa (cementing, hospital, sports complex daw) ng kalsada wala nman nasemento, ung hospital 180 million ang liit at walang facilities 120 million na sports complex, 40 million IRA ng capitol monthly san nagagamit eh wala naman gamot sa hospital, 100 million pesos RA 7171 share on excise tax yearly, nasan napaunta mga
      pera ni Gov take-it

      Posted by iso | December 10, 2012, 6:03 am
  6. tama! enough is enough. This time heads should roll. Someone needs to pay for this crime to hiumanity! This is not acceptable.

    Posted by tamana | December 9, 2012, 11:09 pm
    • takit shld be held responsible being d chf executive of d provhnce dr leo pls give us insight on ds mess

      Posted by drunken master | December 9, 2012, 11:24 pm
      • REPLY TO DRUNKEN MASTER POSTING OF DEC. 9, 2012:..

        SIR, I’m not familiar with ABRECO COMPANY.

        My honest opinion is this (you asked for it)… Being a Company responsible to the

        peoples’s need of electicity, and the people have been up to date in the payment of

        their electric bills, the company being headed by a CEO, this CEO must be made

        responsible for not providing electricity to the people whether he or she is an appointee

        to the post by the incumbent or past administration.

        If ‘incompetency’ is proven in the performance of his/her job, the CEO must be removed

        from the office. Of course he/she must be allowed (in civilize society) to be heard in a

        public meeting to depend his case.

        The Public Meeting is presided by the Governor and Committee of respectable members of

        the community.

        Dr. Leo

        Posted by Dr. Leo Tuason | December 11, 2012, 5:18 am
  7. ok lng ke bos may generator naman cla kaya cntinue pa rn sarap buhay

    Posted by popox | December 9, 2012, 11:28 pm
  8. This is what happened when a cooperative played politics.

    Posted by rolly | December 9, 2012, 11:48 pm
    • any office in Abra where there’s a chance to steal money, Politicians will definitely dip their fingers into it’s finances. Why do you think that this GM position is one of the most desired position in Abra? Now we know. You can be P50 million richer.

      Posted by popi | December 9, 2012, 11:54 pm
  9. dakkel impact na kandidatoram napasamak bosr tagilid tau dapat kugtaram daytoy jun bato tapnu siak man met ti ag gm bos

    Posted by jerome | December 9, 2012, 11:50 pm
  10. ania dr. leo dayta kaanakam nga gov. bulsaamin bagbagaam man……awan koryente mi ditoy abran. bagla ketdin ta adda pugak pugak generator kon ngem baka di pay ket mabigatanen

    Posted by Bileg Abra | December 10, 2012, 12:08 am
  11. It could not be overstated, but this has political significance. To the incumbents, do the right thing and you’ll sway voters in your favor. Do nothing, and you will suffer the consequences. Kasta laeng met nga talaga! No apay ngamin aya nga agkikinnalob kayo iti kina-korakut nga ar-aramid yo! Sika met, agriing kan Abrenio!!!

    Posted by Karim Boaya | December 10, 2012, 12:09 am
    • husto ta konam karim boaya. diak ammon no ibutos paylang abrenio dagita…..no mangabakda pay ay ket haan tayon nga umangal….agnegosyoakton ti lampara

      Posted by Bileg Abra | December 10, 2012, 12:20 am
    • pls dr leo give us insight for d governor to be awaken

      Posted by jerome | December 10, 2012, 12:20 am
    • D governor & d congresswoman can only do so much to cover up this mess created by the the Abreco GM. If the principle of command responsibility is to be applied in full measure, the culpability goes up to them. They supported the wrong person (for familial & personal reasons, of course!) and cuddled him, tolerated him in his wrongdoings when he did nothing but ransacked d coop’s coffers, to the damage of members/consumers! Come election time, this will haunt them, mark my words, unless sooner addressed! We are tired of your useless politics. If we, poor consumers, continue to suffer under your rule, let this suffering be shared. Let d buck stop, and take d blame!

      Posted by RIMAT TI ABRA | December 10, 2012, 1:06 am
    • Gayyem karim boaya. Bareng .no saan nga maallilaw ken.masilaw daguiti botantes nga ilako botos da no election. Parigaten datayo na pobre ken kakaasi, umay datayon to butbutngen ken bayadan ti botos tayo. No mangabak da, manso manen korakot para sumaruno election. Nagwarasen pampamilya da na agturay ditoy abra . It’s teritorial now.

      Posted by musilat mulagat | December 10, 2012, 4:12 am
      • husto ta konam musilat……isu nga haanda nakabayad ta imbulsada para panggatang iti botos. haan a bale haantay makaturog ti pudot ken sippit ti lamok ta isuda naimas tuturuganda ta naka-aircon da latta……kona diay gayyem ko taga penarrubia kaaruba da ket idiayla kano balbalayda nga agiikit (mayora penarrubia ken kapitana kabsat mayora) ti adda silaw na ta adda generator da. ultimo ngata urok da itan.

        Posted by Bileg Abra | December 10, 2012, 4:40 am
  12. the members of the coop are the consumers themselve. there’s more than 44,000 consumers in Abra. they should demand an emergency meeting with the board of directors and kick the GM’s butt out of office and file graft and corruption and abuse of authority, Freeze his assets and haul him into Jail.

    Posted by CoopPower | December 10, 2012, 12:23 am
  13. the damage has been done. this is a political disaster for the governor. Never in the history of Abra that this ever happen. Right under the watch of Governor Bersamin. As like any other issues The Governor will wash his hands and deny his culpability. But then again the GM is his appointee and his kaanakan.

    take that Abrenians. what are you going to do?

    Posted by CP3 | December 10, 2012, 12:37 am
  14. Fair or no fair, or no matter how we call it, I suspect that to some, they may see this an opportunity to further their political aspirations. To some, they will say that not only d Abreco GM but also d sitting Governor and the Congresswoman are inept in d performance of their functions! To some, they will debate why these people should not be re-elected to office. To some, they will say/promise that they will stop d Abrenian people’s suffering, and take d people out of this “darkness”…And, I’m very much interested to know who these some people are.

    Posted by RIMAT TI ABRA | December 10, 2012, 1:27 am
  15. We are calling our member consumers (General Assembly), as aptly pointed out by cooppower let us demand for an emergency meeting, the Board of Directors and Abreco Officers are directly accountable to the membership. Let us remind them time and again that we are their real employers (Cooperative Code of the Philippines). The GA is the highest policy making body of the the cooperative let us go out and demand this right.

    RA 9520 is explicit and clear….
    (2) Whenever necessary, a special meeting of the general assembly may be called at any time by a majority vote of the board of directors or as provided for in the bylaws: Provided, That a notice in writing shall be sent one (1) week prior to the meeting to all members who are entitled to vote. However, a special meeting shall be called by the board of directors after compliance with the required notice within from at least ten per centum (10%) of the total members who re entitled to vote to transact specific business covered by the call.

    “If the board fails to call a regular or a special meeting within the given period, the Authority, upon petition of ten per centum (10%) of all the members of the cooperative who are entitled to vote, and for good cause shown, shall issue an order to the petitioners directing them to call a meeting of the general assembly by giving proper notice as required in this Code or in the bylaws;

    Sindikanton sa metten ti Abreco!

    Posted by Ubbo | December 10, 2012, 1:34 am
    • Malaguipyo idi ni james bersamin so pinatay da ta ado ammo na nga linoko nga maararamid dita abreco.irugi yon ti mapan ta sumaronook akto.laglaguipem ada ak lang likod mo sisasagana nga agtaray no ag abratatattat da lo

      Posted by okistikamatis | December 10, 2012, 8:50 pm
  16. Story from Philstar.com: http://www.philstar.com/nation/2012/12/10/884459/abra-electricity-cut

    Abra electricity cut off
    By Artemio Dumlao (philstar.com)

    BANGUED, Abra – Abra is in total darkness as power supplier Aboitiz Power Corp. has cut off its supply lines to the Abra Electric Cooperative (Abreco) apparently because of unpaid arrears amounting to P35 million.

    Abra’s electricity would have been cut off since October had it not been for the intervention of government officials.

    Abra governor Eustaquio Bersamin and Rep. Jocelyn Bernos had reportedly asked the private firm to delay cutting off power in the province.

    On December 26, 2011, Aboitiz signed an agreement with Abreco to provide electricity to more than 43,000 member-consumers of the cooperative.

    Abreco distributes electricity to 26 municipalities in Abra.

    The cash-strapped cooperative has been unable to improve its finances.

    Cooperative manager Loreto Seares Jr. has earlier vowed that the cooperative would be able to fulfill their side of the agreement with the Aboitiz firm. Seares said the cooperative is also planning to build a mini-hydro project in Daguioman town, also in the province to tap renewable energy potentials in the province.

    With the province without electricity, both government and Abreco officials are looking for alternatives to bring back electricity to the area.

    Posted by SysOp | December 10, 2012, 1:51 am
    • Hydro ? Or another way to find a gold mine ? Cong Bernos and Gov Bersamin intervened to delay the cut off, why did they not summon or gave his marching order straight away but remained in control to fill up more his or their wallets. Can’t help speculating.
      The motto of cong , gov, and GM,
      “WE’RE ALL IN THIS TOGETHER “

      Posted by musilat mulagat | December 10, 2012, 2:52 am
      • apay kasla muskeeters, one for all, all for one! if this is really
        d case, then clearly a syndicated corruption scheme has taken over d reins of d abreco. we have d right to demand accountability. let d ax fall, and d long arms of the law reach those with liability. without fear or favor dapat, but with full force of d law. tapno saan dan to ul-ulitenen dagiti sumarsaruno. sapay koma ta kasta!

        Posted by IJV | December 10, 2012, 3:29 am
      • CORRECT! KONA DIAY GAYYEMKO TAGA PENARRUBIA ITA…..ULTIMO KAN SIPNGET AGLAWLAW PENARRUBIA NGEM IDIAY YAN BALAY GOV. TAKIT KEN PENARUBI KET NASELLAG AGRAMAN BALAY KAANAKANNA MAYORA BALBUENA KEN KAPITANA BABY TA ADDA GENERATOR DA. O DI BA? ISU NGA KIBER KONADA. NAMAN TA KET HAANTAY NGA MAKATUROG NGA TAGA ABRA TI PUDOT, ISUDA AH KET NAKA AIRCON DA LATTA. NASAYAAT TUTURUGANDA DAGITA AGTATAKAW!

        Posted by Bileg Abra | December 10, 2012, 3:36 am
  17. they are pushing for hydro cause if approved………..heaven na naman ke takit joy at penarubi……kaslan to manen kimat a maibus pondo na dayta ket lamparan to la labas nan ta hydro project dan

    Posted by andrew lapinid | December 10, 2012, 4:56 am
  18. You may be wondering why the 54Million, the stated debt is such a big deal. Well! You can just say that the gov. funds can pay it easily, but the problem is>>> It is NOT the TOTAL! They have a debt too at the NAPOCOR amounting 353Million! And if you will only realize, that from 2009 to 2011 the Operating expenses of Abreco incresed by almost a hundread percent! What is WRONG??! Basing from the data I analyzed, they could have made a profit of about 2-7percent! If you are interested on my analysis you can message on my FB email. http://www.facebook.com/abrabangued.thinkers

    Posted by Abbat Iddot | December 10, 2012, 5:06 am
    • ANNNNNNNNNNNNIIIIIAAAAAAAAAAA! AY KET MASAPUL MAIBITAY DAGITA MANGIRURUMEN NGA GM JUN, TAKIT KEN PENARUBI AGRAMAN KAKAANAKANDA NGA AGTATAKAW……..NAGADO KET NGA UTANGDAN AYA PATI DAYTA HOSPITAL NGA HAAN MAUS-USAR KET INYUTANGDA MANO MILYON? 400M? NAGIP-IPANANDAN!

      Posted by Bileg Abra | December 10, 2012, 5:37 am
  19. I commend this page, abrenian.com for highlighting these issues in abra. More power!

    Posted by musilat mulagat | December 10, 2012, 6:31 am
  20. NYAN AYA ABRA!!!!!!!

    Ipas pasadya dan samet ti mapaspasamak ti probinsiya tayo’n! Makapa rurud ta agbaybayad tayo met nga nasyaat, tapos kastoy?! Nag ngina ti kuryente tayo nu ikumpara yo ti sabali nga luglugar. Talaga nga problema la unay ti panag budget ket ada pay kuma met ganansya na ti ABRECO, Nagadu ti utang ti Probinsiya tayo’n! Isu nga awan ti Investors payen nga mayat ag invest ta kasta met ngamin ti sistema.!

    Niya ti Ububraen Ti Agturturay nga nakatugaw itat ta?! ADA KADI?! Awanen! Perdi ti imahe ti Abra nga ibagbaga da nga patayan! Ket tatta? Niya met ti perdi? EKONOMYA! Nasyaat la unay nu ada kuma PSYCHIATRIST da dagita nga tattao! Masapul da ngata ti ada Moral na nga konsultante tapno haan da nga kasta! Ket agpapada da met ngamin amin! Niya’n to la ngata ti maibaga ti sumaruno nga henerasyon’nen! Ket awan to ti kayat nga agyan idtan ah nga makatulong kuma met, mapan dan to ti sabali nga lugar’n ta ammu da met nga awan ti umasenso!

    PEOPLE!! Wake up!! DO SOMETHING!! Make a CHANGE!!

    I’ll try to establish a number network that would enable them (the politicians) to know what WE, THE ABRENIANS think about them… I hope I could proceed with this goal, I hope THEY will cooperate!

    I SHALL CALL IT “ABRA PROJECT, FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION, THE ABRENIAN VOICE”

    Posted by Abbat Iddot | December 10, 2012, 7:31 am
  21. this is too much!abrenians, naitungpa kania tayon ti kina agom ken kina makasarili dagiti agturay tayo. ammo tayo metten ti maris dagita a tattao ngem apay nga adda da ti pwesto nga aggan ganas mangtaktakaw ti kwarta ti umili. sapay ta tulungan tayo ti ili tayo nga abra nga bumangon kn mangibaba kadagita nga parasite politicians.

    Posted by beth | December 10, 2012, 9:30 am
    • Beth I like your question and hopefully it will reach the President’s attention. If they can stop electric supply, why they can’t stop government funds/supply since they had been infertile or adamant in prosecuting these corrupt officials? Why government money still flowing like honey directly to their pockets in the guise of imaginary public services or sub-standard infrastructure projects? You mean this Aboitiz private entity is far more efficient than our national officials with the exception of the President? What a shame? The world is still watching us, you know?

      You know what puzzles me more? Why are they are so brave in stealing even their children’s money, it’s not government money? Why…?

      Posted by mountaineer | December 10, 2012, 1:32 pm
  22. Adda koma matalek nga Tao/grupo nga mangibagi ti Abra nga mapan ken president Pnoy ta daytay first half ti buis RA 7171 ( 150 million ti kababaan ti simmangpet ti Abra/yr apo) ta maiyadvance koman pangsolbar ti problems ta kaasi ti Abra. No agbayag ti sipnget, sigurado umado ti ubbing, nangingisit danto pay. Iseman tayo ti problema, nalaklakka ti agpanonut ken iwas SAKIT. Umisem ka, bakit katapusan na ba ang mundo?

    Posted by Tagamasid | December 10, 2012, 11:16 am
  23. all abreco members need to stop paying now unless the problem is resolved!!!! General protest.

    Posted by Sirmata T Amianan | December 10, 2012, 1:14 pm
  24. The proof is their conscience that bothers them every minute. Do you think their laughter are genuine and really enjoying the fruits of their wickedness? I don’t think so? I bet that they couldn’t even look straight to their children’s eye and say “Don’t worry kids, I am not feeding you with my prostituted wealth”.
    I am not singling-out any politician, this refers to any thief politician or not politician with the exception of those who are just kissing ass in order to gain favor in the guise of “pautanganak man” for they are still far decent than their innocent but wicked prey.

    Posted by mountaineer | December 10, 2012, 2:09 pm
    • The above comments is a humble reply to his/her honor: MEOFF

      Posted by mountaineer | December 10, 2012, 2:13 pm
      • Hey Mountaineer,far from your assumption that I am one of those brown noses.I am proud that I could provide for my family through honest means.I am just singling out the below the belt personal attacks with no proof. Credibility suffers when one conducts him/herself as such.

        I agree categorically that all filipino politicians are corrupt with RARE exceptions.You are not going to get an argument from me on that, I am just hoping that the level of discourse in this website is higher.Stick to the topic and avoid dragging private citizens name in the discourse.

        Posted by meoff | December 10, 2012, 3:51 pm
  25. NOW ITS TIME TO MAN UP AND TAKE FULL RESPONSIBILITY ON WHAT HAPPEN TO ABRECO. IF YOU CANT PERFORM YOUR DUTY TO MANAGE A COOP, THEN ITS TIME FOR YOU TO LEAVE.LET SOMEBODY WHO IS CAPABLE ENOUGH TO RUN ABRECO.ITS S SHAME FOR YOU TO BE A GENERAL MANAGER OF ABRECO WHERE YOU LET THE PROVINCE OF GO DARK UNDER YOUR TERM.WHAT A SHAME !!!

    CALLING THE ATTENTION OF GOV. TAKIT AND CONG. JOY. MAYBE ITS YOUR TIME TOO TO OVERSEE WHATS GOING ON IN ABRECO NOT UNLESS BOTH OF YOU ARE PART OF THIS SCAM. YOU KNOW MAY 2013 ELECTION IS JUST AROUND THE CORNER. BAKA MABATTOOG KAYO !!!

    Posted by LINSaniTy | December 10, 2012, 3:44 pm
  26. quote “Sources say that Governor Bersamin knows in advance that this crisis is inevitable as he was busy looking for a generator to power his fighting cock farm”

    Apay napatpateg pay tay manok ngem ti taon? Shame Shame

    Posted by manok | December 10, 2012, 3:47 pm
  27. baka met idi pay laeng dayta nga utang ti ABRECO isu nga tatta dagiti nakatugaw nga agtuturay isu dan ti makabasulen..

    Posted by Awan Basol Da | December 10, 2012, 4:31 pm
  28. mga kurakot sa abra mahiya nmn kau sa balat nyo.. wla nb kaung awa sa taong bayan.. ang kakapal ng mukha nyo..

    Posted by jhun | December 10, 2012, 4:32 pm
  29. Awan metla serbi dagiti nataengan dta probinsya tayo..imbes nga asenso t ada,puro met lang pakairurumenan..

    Posted by angel | December 10, 2012, 4:43 pm
  30. ano ba yan mga kurakot. galing sa kurakot ang pinapakain sa mga anak at apo. pera ng bayan pinambibili ng mga luho at karangyaan. madadala nyo ba sa libingan ang mga yan? ipapamana sa anak at apo puro kurakot! sige lang lubusin nyo yang pangungurakot. matakot kayo sa karma di man sa inyo mismo mangyari eh baka sa mga susunod na henerasyon sila ang makakaranas ng hirap.

    Posted by bax | December 10, 2012, 8:12 pm
  31. Apay nga ni GM laeng ? kakomplot da pay daguita nga didirector nga daguita… Kitaen yo a no kasano da nga agbibiyag itan.

    Posted by okistikamatis | December 10, 2012, 8:57 pm
  32. apo apay nga hanggang social networking lang kayo mapan kayo ah agrally tapnu pudpudno met laeng kasla kay la nabasa nga tokak nga gumanakgag

    Posted by Nathaniel Paloay | December 10, 2012, 9:48 pm
  33. Heard from a very good resource in Abra provincial Capitol that the power outage still a problem. As of this posting, awan pay silaw agingana tetta. Ni Apo gobernador timmarayen. Di pay makita ti kurimatmat nan yors. Naglemmeng da nga agasawan. Nia ketdi ti biag nga kastoy. Matay amin nga negosyon. Madi nga mang rikna. Puskol ti rupa daguitoy agtuturay.

    Posted by Abat Tagbat | December 10, 2012, 10:01 pm
  34. TAGA ABRA KA BA? BAKIT?

    ->KC ABRAWN-OUT KA KANAYON EH.

    KURAKOT KA BA? BAKIT?
    ->KC POLITIKO KA EH..

    Posted by ANDRES | December 10, 2012, 10:05 pm
  35. SIGE GANITO NA LANG…ABRENIAN PISO PARA SA ABRECO…PAYAG BA KAU??

    Posted by ANDRES | December 10, 2012, 10:06 pm
  36. sIAK NI ANDRES BONIFACIO BUNENG LANG NI TATANG KO TI TINAKAW KO HAN NGA KWARTA TI ESPANYOL…SI KAU NGA TAGA IMENG TI ABRECO TINAKAW YO TI KWARTA TI TATTAO..AY APO YA NGA TAGA ABRA..ANIAN NGA KINADAKES YO?ALAEN YON DAGITI PAL-TOOG YON TA ILAKO YO LAENGEN BARENG MABAYADAN YON TI UTANG YON GAPU MET LANG TI KINAKURAKOT YON….NI JOSE RIZAL LAENGEN TI PAGKAMANGAN YON TA BARENG KASLA KAU LAMES NGA MALANSA NGA KUNANA..PILIPINO KA BA??BAKIT?KASI KURAKOT MGA TAGA ABRECO NA NAMUMUNO….MUNO DA EH..ANIAN AYA ABRA?

    Posted by ANDRES | December 10, 2012, 10:13 pm
  37. OY ADDA DAMAG KO,NEW LUXURY CAR MET GAYAMEN NI GM ISUN AH TI INGGATANG NAN,DAGIJAY KASABUAT NAN GUMATANG KAU METTEN TA HAN MET LANG NGA HALATAN AH TI INUBRAUN….BOSS CHIP,DUMAWATAK MAN TI BARATO?TA ADDA MET IGATANG KO TI LUGAN..URAY PASAGAD KEN NUANG LAENGEN

    Posted by ANDRES | December 10, 2012, 10:18 pm
  38. awan sa met ti pag asa na ti abra nga umasenson? no umay ti election, ad-adu met ti agpabayad ti botos isu nga rumwar dagita nga man-ninibor ti biag daguiti taga abra. apay nga pati cooperative ket iggem ti LGU? pati silaw pinatay. tsk tsk tsk

    Posted by freeman | December 10, 2012, 10:50 pm
  39. adayu pay lang ti eleksyon awan silawen. sobra sa met ti pinagsagana daguiti agtuturayen tapno saan da nga mausar didiay pcos machinen? hay apo aya, abra, anya basul mo ta kasta laengen ti pinangidadarum da kenkan?

    Posted by freeman | December 10, 2012, 10:58 pm
  40. :))

    Posted by Engelmann | December 11, 2012, 1:37 am
  41. best response is of being quiet, for me i will remain “no comment” because even if i will say “Change and progress for abra” a hundred and even a million times, if my fellow still votes for senseless leaders, nothing will goes, i will be soon at ilocos norte and if i can, i will stay there permanently and just come and visit abra if i have time.. bye :p

    Posted by mr. g | December 11, 2012, 3:53 am
  42. this website was going on to be drained with cyber riots and wars, because of the comments of the people, there’s nothing wrong with the people whoa re commenting in every issues that were issued but there are some people who are commenting such baseless things which can hurt someone and someone will “resbak” for it and all will go witha cyber war.. isn’t it? yes, reality hurts but we should look with our words. look with the next thing that might would happen on what we have did earlier..

    gud eve and a blessed day to everyone.. Dios unay ti agngina!!!

    Posted by mr. g | December 11, 2012, 3:59 am
  43. awanpay nangeg boses ken palawag daytoy GM ktaen u?awanti amo na daytoy.nya ti kabuteng u kuma mapan agrally hanpay agbuteng jay estujante napan sango abreco itay.ada met back up tayo nga pulis kas itay ada da djay abreco.hantayo patugawen dagitan.new year new manangement ten!sukatan tayo idan.charge them sindicated estafa! freeze assets and money and put them to jail.

    Posted by ikis | December 11, 2012, 5:39 am
  44. during interview Of dir david guzman ada kanu jay zambales isuna.ay apo agpakpakiw kiw isuna djay.nya ub ubraena aya djay. dagitoy a klase nga tao ti ibotos u dakayo a taga dolores?hanapay amo imanehar abreco ania to la ketdi municipio ton

    Posted by ikis | December 11, 2012, 4:12 pm
    • am hapi dat a lot of abrenians are aware of hapening of abra nt only d abreco isue bt also d rampant coruption. peace n order n nepotism during d watch of takit hope it wl lead to a peaceful revolution ds election

      Posted by drunken master | December 11, 2012, 8:35 pm
    • am hapi dat a lot of abrenians are aware of hapening of abra nt only d abreco isue bt also d rampant coruption. peace n order n nepotism during d watch of takit hope it wl lead to a peaceful revolution ds election sobra na tama na palitan na

      Posted by drunken master | December 11, 2012, 8:37 pm
      • Another hate comment. What have you done for the province or for yourself for that matter? I know its not schooling thats for sure. Maybe you want to edumacate yourself so you can understand more complex issues and not be a lemming and just follow orders.

        Posted by STOP HATING. | December 11, 2012, 9:17 pm
  45. Apay nga kasla la met la ni Gob Takit’n ti naka salbar ti problema ti Abreco’n. Samantala ket ni cong Joy ti napan nakipatang ti Aboitiz. Sobra met daguitoy alipores ni gob. Pati daytoy Ruby makisaw-saw. Awan met ti posisyon na kuma nga isu ti span agsursuraten para ken cong. Adda met ni sir Panchet nga para surat na. Ruby ammok nga kayat mo nga sikayo ken gob ti agpammarang manen nga nasayaat kayo. Ngem ti kina agpay suna, ni cong ti nangted diay imbayad ti Aboitiz.

    Posted by Truth Commission | December 11, 2012, 10:03 pm
  46. The actions of this Takit is an indication that he wants to pass his position! Na uma ngata ti 6years nga panag serbi nan, wenno adu ti natakaw nan! In utang na ti Abra tapno awan ti mapondo jay sumaruno nga agtugaw! Niyan aya! Isu ba ti plano na?! Makapasuron pay met ti ububraen dan!

    Ni met Joy! Bayadam kadi aminen! Usarem jay Pork Barrel mu.

    Nagadu la ngarud ti pag gananansyaan dan ket ag takaw da palang!

    Awan met ngamin nu awan ti kwartam! Han ka nga mangabak ti eleksyon, ti solusyon lang ket ag sipsip ka tapno napigsa ti kadwam! Hayy! Awan serbi sistema tayo!

    Every 6mos. Kuma ti eleksyon ti Abra! Ta masukatan ken mabenipisyaran ti tattao ti paglako ti botos da!

    Posted by Abbat Iddot | December 12, 2012, 3:09 am
    • Abbat and how did you come up with this conclusion? Just asking? Seems to me like your a lemming or minion which ever you want to be its up to you.

      Posted by STOP HATING. | December 12, 2012, 4:18 am
      • I can criticize as long as I want! Just to let you know, I’m not against any of these politicians. I’m just following the trend of what is happening. I care about our Province and I’m Against anyone who did any wrong. I wish you are too.!

        You must be a high profile person supporting Joy, I can assume that from your post.

        Posted by Abbat Iddot | December 12, 2012, 4:48 am
        • You are right you can criticize all you want specially on the internet. You posted JUST FOLLOWING THE TREND OF WHAT IS HAPPENING, well sir or ma’am I would think you are very capable of thinking for yourself and seem intelligent enough to get the FACTS before posting such libel things.

          And yes I do care for our province very much so as a matter of fact more than you would ever know. We can make a difference in doing positive things for the province and not just sitting and complaining.

          Posted by STOP HATING. | December 13, 2012, 6:02 pm
  47. tama na sobra palitan na sina cong joy,gov takit gm seares at david guzman

    Posted by ikis | December 12, 2012, 4:34 am
  48. ikis osto ka kabsat.saan la nga isoda pati financial head ken accountants da dita abreco.korakot da amin.pimintas amin bibiag dan.korakot korakot.

    Posted by kora | December 12, 2012, 7:50 pm
  49. Why, do we have now better alternatives? If so, I want you to describe honestly their qualifications or what kind of persons they are that may entice us to entrust our future with them. Otherwise, I just leave my ballot blank to prevent my conscience from bothering me afterwards.
    Please don’t wake me up anymore if you are just planning to say something that may do more harm than good to your manoks.

    Posted by sleeping dragon | December 14, 2012, 4:14 pm

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