How fast can NEA get the powers to take over ABRECO? ———————— by Alvin Elchico, ABS-CBN News MANILA, Philippines – Energy Secretary Jericho Petilla proposed the conversion of the National Electrification Administration (NEA) into a governing body with powers to review and actually intervene in the management and financial affairs of electric cooperatives. Advertisements
Lagangilang, Abra. Four members of the New People’s Army (NPA) died in an encounter in Barangay Cayapa. Three of the fatalities were women. According to the reports, the four were asking for food and recruting new members . Classes at Cayapa National High School were suspended because residents were afraid to leave their homes. This is … Continue reading
By Mario B. Casayuran The National Historical Institute (NHI) has approved the provisions of a Senate resolution declaring the residence of Don Quintin Paredes in Abra as a national historical site.
Bangued, Abra. Consumers who attended the supposed General Assembly yesterday were dismayed about the outcome. Majority who were present didn’t think the forum did any good to solve the on going issues of ABRECO.
Bangued, Abra. A reported shooting incident occured today in Agtangao Cockpit involving Popoy Barbosa aka “One Eye”. Barbosa shot a certain Edwin but missed. According to reports, the shooting was due to some money (a mere P300.00). Barbosa is a known bodyguard of Gov. Eustaquio Bersamin.
Bangued, Abra. Mayor Ryan Luna of Bangued, went on radio today and criticized Gov. Takit Bersamin on his handling of the ABRECO issue.
This is the second time Abra has Anthrax outbreak. In May 2010, Anthrax downs 41 in the town of Villaviciosa after they ate the meat from two carabaos that had died from sickness – abrenian.comFacts ———————- Health authorities in the province of Abra in the Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR) of northren Luzon are alerting the public … Continue reading
With the use of Electronic Voting System, power supply is crucial during the elections. —————————— By Rubyloida Bitog Friday, January 25, 2013 THE Commission on Elections (Comelec) in Cordillera promised to negotiate with Aboitiz Power Resources Inc. (Apri) to spare Abra on Election Day for it to provide power despite non–payment of the province.
The greatest lie of all times: “I’m from the government, and I’m here to help you”
Did the whole management of ABRECO actually resigned? By Vincent Cabreza Inquirer Northern Luzon January 25th, 2013 BAGUIO CITY, Philippines—Abra is getting back its power, hours after a blackout on Thursday, which residents had expected to last far longer than usual.