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Elections 2013: Interview with Governor Bersamin

Governor Takit Bersamin stressed a point while talking to SysOp

Governor Takit Bersamin stressed a point while talking to SysOp

Bangued, Abra (03/15/2013). I arrived at the Governor Takit Bersamin’s farm in Penarrubia, Abra at about noon. He had accepted my request for an interview (note: this is very informal) earlier that week. The purpose of my interview is to get his side of the different issues leveled against his administration and of course the upcoming elections.

This was the first time I met the governor in person and I noticed that he was just wearing a t-shirt and jeans as he ushered us to the table where he has laid down a myriad of dishes.

After exchanging some few pleasantries, he started asking everyone to eat. The dish were the usual Ilokano food like chicken, pork and fresh water fish. There were other food on the table which I couldn’t make out of it but nevertheless looks delicious.

He seems to be laid back, relaxed and always smiling, as he points towards the rows of chicken cages “This is what I do during the weekends, I hang out here and try to relax. This was my plan even before I was a governor – to retire early and just spend my time here”, he said. “It’s very peacefull here”.

In between bites, I started to ask him questions:

SysOp: Thank you Governor for seeing me today. It was great to finally meet you in person.

Guv: of course. Any time. Am-ammo ka ah Eric!

SysOp: You probably know why am here. To ask you some questions about things that has been said on the internet, particularly in abrenian.com

Guv: yes i know, abrenian.com. You can ask me any questions. I am familiar what’s being said there. And I can tell you right now, most of them are not true.

SysOp: Am sure you know I have no personal agenda with the site governor, I can’t stop people from commenting. But before we go further, can you tell me what are your most significant accomplished for Abra in your last 6 years in office?

Guv: There’s so many things to mention, but first off, we succeded in breaking the almost 20 year rule of Vicsyd. It was a tough fight but we did it. We have improved our roads and bridges and Peace and order has also been improved. A new hospital will soon be opened to the public.

SysOp: I noticed that you have been very quiet about all these charges of corruption in your adminstration. There’s this radio program that goes to the extreme of calling you and your wife names. What can you say about that?

Guv: I don’t want to bother on those nonsense. “Lakayakon nga mang-tutop pay laeng kadagita nga banag”. “I don’t want to engage any word war with them”. “Ammo ti tao no nya ti naarmid ko nga pagsayaatan ti Abra”. About what had been said about me, my wife and even my kids are not true. My kids have good life in America, they have good jobs so they can afford whatever they want. “Sayang di mo naabutan ni Ruby, she actually wanted to meet you”.
SysOp: Let’s talk about the hospital which is one of the hottest issues right now.

Guv: The hospital was built according to standards. In fact, we are scheduled to open the facility this April. The preparation is in full swing.

SysOp: What about the e-coli issue?

Guv: Well it’s up to the health department. They are looking into that. That should not be an issue when the facility will be open. In fact, I invite you to see the facility for yourself.

SysOp: I would love it see it (I was able to gain access of the facility and took some pictures – this will be published soon). What will happen to the old APH?

Guv: We will improve the old building and probably will retain other services there. I assure you the new hospital will be open soon.

SysOp: What about the ABRECO issue? People has said that you have not done enough to avert the disaster?

Guv: I’ve explained it over and over, it is not under my control. But any case, you noticed there’s no more disconnection notices for the past month. We’ve discussed this with all parties concerned. The GM has agreed to do a thorough restructuring. So the situation is now under control.

SysOp: It’s election time, what are your chances?

Guv: “Kayat dak met pay laeng ti tao”. I have the support of the masses. I have confidence that I will win this election.

SysOp: including those people abroad?

Guv: yes

SysOp: People are very concerned about election related violence, what can you say about that?

Guv: I have confidence with the military that they will make sure that we have a peacefull elections. I have confidence with Gen. Magalong. Sinno ayat ti mayat ti nagulo nga election? That’s why I said earlier, I don’t want to engage in provocations like what the other camps are doing. I even subjected all my guns to be sealed during the election campaign. Province wide I think we will have a peacefull election. I do see that in Bangued, there will be problems.

SysOp: Why Bangued?

Guv: It’s history, Bangued is always a very hotly contested town. Plus it’s the return bout between Dominic and Ryan.

SysOp: YOu think the military will remain neutral?

Guv: Yes, I do. Gen. Magalong is an honorable man.

SysOp: If you lose, what will you do?

Guv: I don’t think that’s going to happen. But if ever, then so be it! I won’t force my way. Look at what happen to the previous administration (referring to the downfall of Vicsyd Valera who is now languishing in jail as the primary suspect of the killing of COng. Chit Bersamin). So if ever, I can just retired peacefully here in my farm.

SysOp meets the Governor: Nothing personal.

SysOp meets the Governor: Nothing personal.

SysOp: If you win, what’s your priority programs?

Guv: I will continue with the improvement of our infrastructure. I will concentrate on improving our roads in the uplands. That’s the key to develop far flung areas.”ammom deta Eric, like in the U.S. no napintas ti dalan, adda progresso”.

SysOp: I visited the Abra-Ilocos road and it has not been completed. There are parts of it that are either destroyed or incomplete.

Guv: this is a national road so it’s under our Congresswoman. I cannot comment on that. But I’m sure she’s doing what is needed to be done. Siguro it’s better that a foreign contractor should finish the job since they are the experts on road buildings.

SysOp: If you win, it’s going to be your last term as a Governor. What’s next?

Guv: It’s hard to tell what’s going to happen after 3 years. But right now, I want to see a new leader that will emerge to succeed me as Governor. If I can find that person, then I will be happy.

SysOp: Thanks for your time Guv, it was a great lunch.

Guv: Anytime! Now go and see our new Hospital.

Before we left, the Governor treated us with ice cream. He then ordered one of his assistant to drive me to the new APH. (sysop/abrenian.com)

next article: Interview with former Congresswoman Cecy Luna

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141 thoughts on “Elections 2013: Interview with Governor Bersamin

  1. Good luck guv! I can sense sincerity and decency from you. Carry on the good work… Happy Easter!

    Posted by musilat mulagat | March 26, 2013, 12:55 am
    • Good that he was given an interview to clarify things going around here. Good job Sysop.

      Posted by Ringnoster | March 26, 2013, 6:34 am
    • Nasayaat met Nakkong SysOp ta napan ka diay ayan ni Gobernador… Tapno saan la nga tay kunkuna ti dadduma ti ikabkabil yo ditoy.

      Posted by Nana Baket | March 26, 2013, 6:48 am
    • FOREIGN CONTRACTORS? What an impressive move if we can do it here in Abra. If it’s so obvious that we can not stop the connivance between the local contractors, Commission on Audit, and other thief politicians in devouring government or people’s money, why don’t we try the Governor’s suggestion to see if they have more decency or respect to the President? However, foreign capitalists are just relying to their hired local workers which I am afraid if they are just the same or even worse than our local contractors. But, it’s still worth a try for we have already tried our local contractors for so many times and yet we arrived at the same verdict. If not “collapse” it’s “remove and replace” because allegedly the materials used were so inferior while their corresponding prices were so superior. Or, non-existence of projects at all but their Accomplishment and Financial report says otherwise with some justifications like pictures that were taken from other project sites perhaps, like China’s infrastructure projects. One good example is our barangay road that (maybe) has been reported as cemented so many times, but in reality “tapok-tapok” pay laeng met apo. Ngem no kitaem diay Report da nakadanonin diay langit iti kaadu ti pina-semento da that led me to ask this question: Who was the worst culprit of this “kawalang-hiyaan”, the COA, the Contractor, or the thief Politician?
      My guess is, if only the COA will not convert their cowardliness into CASH and do their job honestly whatever it takes, I don’t think corruption still exists which is the number one reason why poverty and political killings would continue to take every breath of poor Abrenians in the province.

      Posted by abro | March 26, 2013, 12:46 pm
  2. From Lagayan to St. Francis: Abra bet
    wants to change town’s name
    Text by Ira Pedrasa and photos by Rem
    Zamora for ABS-CBNnews.com
    Posted at 03/26/2013 3:33 PM | Updated
    as of 03/26/2013 3:46 PM
    BANGUED – Abra province is always on
    the list of election hotspots, but a
    candidate in the town of Lagayan wants to
    change this.
    Bernardine Joson, a whistleblower, will go
    head to head against her former boss in
    the municipal government, Jendricks
    Luna, who is part of a famous political clan
    here, as mayor of Lagayan.
    Lagayan actually comes from the word
    “laga” or “to weave.” Long time ago,
    woven baskets were used as containers
    for vegetables or used catch fish. A
    symbol of the latter is prominently
    displayed in the seal of Lagayan. Fishing,
    aside from farming, is one of the sources
    of livelihood in Lagayan.
    To most Filipinos, however, “lagayan”
    means bribery, or according to Philippine
    laws, the act of giving something to alter
    the behavior of the person receiving it.
    Joson said the town’s name is “masagwa
    (in bad taste),” and it is her dream to
    change the name of the town to St.
    Francis of Assisi, which is also the name
    chosen by the Catholic Church’s new
    Pope.
    Running for mayor
    In 2011, Joson – then the municipal
    planning and development officer of
    Lagayan – filed plunder charges against
    Jendricks’ mother, former Abra Rep.
    Cecilia Seares Luna, and others for
    plunder, graft and corruption, technical
    malversation, unethical conduct, violation
    of the government procurement law and
    forfeiture.
    Joson said the alleged plunder or large-
    scale graft took place from 2003 to 2010
    and amounted to at least P133.9 million.
    Cecilia was mayor from 2003-2006. She
    was succeeded by her son Jendricks, who
    served from 2007 to 2010.
    The complaint is still pending before the
    Office of the Ombudsman.
    “Siyempre, tumatakbo ako as mayor dahil
    first, yung pag-file ko ng case sa
    Ombudsman, ine-expose ko doon ang
    tunay na nangyayari dito sa Lagayan na
    talagang rampant ang graft and
    corruption. Nag-file ako sa Ombudsman
    pero siyempre….our justice system,
    mabagal,” the 45-year-old said.
    On the day of ABS-CBNnews.com’s
    interview, Joson was wearing a yellow,
    long-sleeved top, jeans and yellow flip-
    flops. Yellow is the election campaign
    color of President Benigno Aquino III, and
    Joson believes he can help get Lagayan
    out of its current rut.
    The interview took place at her home,
    just a stone’s throw away from the
    welcome sign of “Lagayan.” A tarpaulin
    covered the exterior of Joson’s house to
    help hide it from strangers.
    Inside the house, there were many rocks
    aimed at protecting her from death
    threats she gets frequently. “Nung
    pumutok ang plunder [case] ko, syempre
    kailangan ko namang i-extend ang buhay
    ko, hanggang eleksyon.”
    ‘Lagayan’ in Lagayan?
    Joson said she knows that public money
    went to the pockets of the Lunas.
    She said she was able to enter
    government service – after doing the
    rounds in the private sector – because
    her parents are friends of the Lunas. She
    said a cousin was supposed to run against
    Cecilia, but backed out as a compromise.
    Joson believes, however, that Cecilia did
    not like her because she was
    “maingay” (noisy). She said she was not
    even given a regular employment
    contract, despite her many years of
    service in the municipal hall. It was only
    when Jendricks came in that she was
    regularized as part of governmental
    processes.
    “Sinabi ni Cecilia sa akin iyan. Sinabi niya
    sa akin ‘Kung ipepermanent kita, kung
    iaappoint kita as permanent, dadating ang
    panahon na susuwagin mo ako.’ Kasi alam
    nila right from the start, nakita ko na ang
    sistema sa gobyerno,” she said.
    Asked why she filed the plunder case,
    “Kasi nga wala naman tayong nakikitang
    program. Tapos gumagawa na lang ako ng
    accomplishment reports na wala naman.”
    So why only now? She said she’s had
    enough.
    The Lunas
    In a separate interview with Jendricks, he
    said Joson’s complaint is a sham, which is
    why it is not moving at the Office of the
    Ombudsman.
    He said he cannot comprehend where
    and how Joson got her numbers for the
    plunder complaint, adding that a
    falsification of document complaint has
    been filed against Joson.
    He said Joson did not have a good
    reputation when she worked for the
    municipal government.
    Jendricks believes that Joson is backed by
    the Lunas’ rivals in politics.
    Joson said, however, that had the Valeras
    and the Bersamins backed her, the case
    at the Ombudsman would have already
    moved. She said she will continue to
    stand her ground.
    Death threats
    Elaborating on the threats she has
    received after she filed the complaint,
    Joson said: “[Sa] Text, maraming text.
    Kahit noong nasa Manila kami,
    nakakatanggap ako ng text. Iuuwi daw nila
    yung ulo mo. Tapos yung ulo mo, isasako
    tapos dadalin sa Abra tapos yung katawan
    mo didikdikin, gagawing corned beef.”
    She said she wanted to give up then, if
    not for her family. She said she needed
    also to protect them.
    “Wala nang pupuntahan ang takot kasi
    patay lang naman ang pupuntahan natin
    eh. Any moment from now, kung talagang
    panahon na natin, kahit ilagay mo ako sa
    aparador, kung kukunin na tayo ng Diyos,
    wala na,” she said.
    For her protection, Joson said she was
    first taken in by a religious group, until
    she entered the jurisdiction of the
    Witness Protection Program (WPP) of the
    Department of Justice.
    She said, however, that she did not like
    being in a secret place. “Mayayabang
    sila,” was how she described her guards.
    Her dream of ridding Lagayan of the Lunas
    was what brought her out of her secret
    place despite the threats.
    “Sabi ko, hangga’t inaantay ko ang justice
    system natin na umikot, matagal talaga.
    Pumasok din ako sa WPP kasi may
    provision doon sa WPP na speedy trial ng
    cases pero wala din naman nangyari. Sabi
    ko, I cannot just sit here inside this room
    waiting for nothing. Sabi ko kailangan
    kong kumilos para yung ipinaglalaban ko
    na mabago ang Lagayan ay makamit ko.
    Doon ako nag-decide na tatakbong
    mayor,” she said.
    David vs Goliath
    Jendricks and Joson will be up against 8
    other candidates for mayor. Jendricks,
    however, expects all of his rivals to back
    out by election day.
    If Joson does not and gets just 10% of the
    votes, Jendricks said he will step down
    and won’t accept his win.
    Joson said Jendricks only perceives he is
    popular. “He is now a barangay captain,
    but he’s the de facto mayor [of Lagayan]
    …Siya ang deciding factor. Di pumupunta
    ang mga tao sa 84-year-old na mayor
    [Purificacion Paingan] ngayon, dun sila sa
    Dangdangla sa Bangued (where Jendricks
    resides).”
    She said the people are only afraid of
    Jendricks. She said that if she wins, she
    will return the freedom of speech to the
    people.
    She admits is up against a Goliath, but
    “gigisingin ko ang kamalayan ng tao. Sabi
    ko sa kanila: ‘Wala akong pera. Pero alam
    nyo ang sitwasyon dito sa Lagayan. Eto
    sila, nandyan kayo. 26 years sila, nandito
    kayo. Tignan nyo ang Lagayan, tignan nyo
    ang kalagayan nila…Parang mga kabuti
    ang mga sasakyan nila na naglalabasan.”
    Despite the slow pace of her case, Joson
    said she still believes in the government
    of the people. “Bilang baguhan sa pulitika,
    pinapanatili ko ang tiwala ko sa
    gobyerno.”

    Posted by hansbuck | March 26, 2013, 1:49 am
  3. ingat kayo apo nga kandidato! ambush me, oppa luna style

    Posted by nono | March 26, 2013, 4:11 am
  4. nadagsen nga laban yo daytoy apo joson ngem parting words… ANG UMAAYAW AY HINDI NAGWAWAGI! keep on God is with you. ada lng suggestion ko apo joson im not sure kung makakatulong sa plunder case nyo kay maligno. i presumed uve heard one of d episode of sangir este SANGI TI UMULI. he(jendricks luna) qoute :”idi siak ti nagmayor jay lagayan aminek nga nagtakaw nak ket pala ti inusar ko” naggapo mismo jay ngiwat na nga tarabitab is dis statement not yet enuf nga agtatakaw nga talga isuna?

    Posted by maeur | March 26, 2013, 7:42 am
  5. Nasao-mon Gov.Takit awan ti adu nga exlanacionen….aramid pakakitaan!

    Posted by jbel | March 26, 2013, 3:01 pm
  6. napintas koman ti lagayan itan nu nasayaat ti panangituray da. nya koma t pagpanpannakel da nga project da apo? awan met ti madamag, kastan to ngata ti kayat da pagbalinan ti abra, kasla lagayan?

    Posted by poto | March 26, 2013, 3:14 pm
  7. Go governor Takit!! Lumaban ng professional, mature, at rightful!! hindi katulad ng iba jan na gumagamit ng dahas at pera para makakuha ng boto, at mga BARBARIC na gumagamit pa ng radio station para ipakita ang kanilang kina-immature!!! LUMABAN NG PATAS!!!

    Posted by GO TAKIT GO TAKIT | March 26, 2013, 4:26 pm
  8. Ikkan tau pay apo ni Gov. Takit ti tsansa na nga ipakita na ti kinalaing na nga gobernador ti ili tau nga Abra. Ibotos tau suna tapno haan tau nga agbabbabawi!!! Han kayo nga agbut-buteng abrenians!!

    Posted by Gov. Takit | March 26, 2013, 4:28 pm
  9. Booooooo!

    Posted by Hermes | March 26, 2013, 6:32 pm
    • Go apo Takit! Agyaman kam kadagitay impa ay yo diay Ili mi. Agbiag kayo!

      Posted by AiraM | March 26, 2013, 7:04 pm
    • no man kasano panagperdi da ken apo gov takit, ammo ti umili nga awan naaramid da bayat panagturay da no di tay agpabuteng, agpapipis, agpapatay, agtakaw, agpabasol nga isu met lng akin aramid ken dadduma pay nga inuubbaw.

      Apo kaasiam ti abra, iyadayom kadagiti politiko nga dakes.

      Takit tay latta apo para iti nasayaat nga masakbayan ti ili tayo

      Posted by helmet | March 26, 2013, 7:09 pm
      • ni gov takeit isu ti nalaing nga agpapispis.. uray empleyado nga permanente payen gapu laeng ta asideg ken vicsyd idi kinabil na pay ida. sana pinilit nga pinagresign ida.. IMMATURE POLITICIAN, empleyado ket ti pagibalsan nan. nagadu nga pinabpabainan na nga empleyado, uray babae nga empleyado kariri na pay. ngem idi maikkan na ti adu nga kuarta gayyem nan dayta nga babae.. dagiti empleyado ti capitolyo haan da kayat ni takeiten. dayta ti agpayso.

        Posted by birthdaygirl | March 31, 2013, 10:36 am
  10. SysOp: I visited the Abra-Ilocos road and it has not been completed. There are parts of it that are either destroyed or incomplete.

    Guv: this is a national road so it’s under our Congresswoman. I cannot comment on that. But I’m sure she’s doing what is needed to be done. Siguro it’s better that a foreign contractor should finish the job since they are the experts on road buildings.-
    you see what kind of governor we have . he is playing safe he does not want to act on the matters that it will affect his chance of winning eventhough it is a blatant and publio knowledge that the roads being done by his ally are substandard, my god part of his mandated to see that the people’s money are spend according what the law prescribed, it seems that the governor and the congressman are scratching their back each other bec they are both corrupt.

    Posted by eric shawn | March 26, 2013, 9:27 pm
    • shawn, sino ngarud ti isukat tayo, dagita bossing nga usto nga napepelan nga kurap? dagita ampatuan ti norte? dagita agparnuay ti inuulbod tapnu maperdi ni gov?

      nasayaat ta adda kas kenni takit nga agserbi. adda makuna nga project na, haan nga kas kanyada nga awan uray maysa.

      Posted by anon | March 26, 2013, 9:39 pm
      • did i told you that i wanted takit to be changed as governor, just commenting how the governor run our province, he should done more if he prudently exercise his authority in fight against corruption, maintenance of peace and order, transparency and good governance, as i observe he doesnt care for he is also involve of this dysfunctional organization.

        Posted by eric shawn | March 28, 2013, 7:36 pm
    • Apay awan aawatan yon sa. Mabalin aya ta Gobernador ti makialam ti saan na nga maturayan? Provincial Roads kaeng ti mabalin na nga papunduan, no National Roads, saan na nga mabalin. Masapul nga ni Congresswoman. No mabalin na laeng I bet you, nabayag na nga inaramiden. Sao kay la nga sao ket diyo met gayam maawatan..

      Posted by Ringnoster | March 30, 2013, 11:39 am
  11. agkaykaysa tay amin nga abrenio, datayo nga madi kadagita ampatuan agkomentaryo tayo ta ipakita tay ti pwersa tayo, di tayo koma agbuteng.

    takit! ilayon tayo!

    Posted by pepe | March 26, 2013, 11:02 pm
  12. Most abrenians are peace loving people. Your personality gov Takit, especially your maturity n humility, reflect the image of a true great leader. It is a common expression that ‘birds with the same feathers flock together’, so, the overwhelming peace lovers Abrenians are here to continue to support you. For the humble, God said ” those who humbled themselves will be exalted”. “Blessed r d meek, 4 they shall inherit the earth” . Go gov. carry on the good job! We pray for God’s guidance n His protection.

    Posted by Tagamasid | March 27, 2013, 3:52 am
  13. Somewhere in the interview, tourism was mentioned as an interest for development in Abra. It wasn’t a focused on topic, however. Tourism when taken in the context of Hospitality Industry can play a major role in turning the province’s economy around. If tourism is to be cultivated as an industry in Abra, it is not enough to have end point-destinations no matter how fantastic these places may be. Firstly, it is also important to establish the goal that the province wants to achieve in its tourism-hospitality program: should image promotion over-ride the balance-sheet-bottom-line or is it the other way around – profit before image? (Tourism promotion entails expenditures first before it starts to get earning to trickle in. Profitability is perceive and quantified in the long term valuation of asset developments). The targeted market (local residents, inter-regional visitors, non-Philippine resident Filipinos, visiting non-nationals, etc) determines the required service to be provided, the manner how service provided. ‘Marketing’ Abra as a destination needs to be in packaged tour formats. This type of format includes a program of itinerary that caters to the ‘comfort’ of the visitor. Transfers, accommodation, food, guide, adventures and activities – all these when pre-arranged can then be sold as programs to tour service providers and carriers. It is not viable to promote spots or destinations unless you are selling the spots to local residents.
    How we long to see Abra in the list of primary tourist destinations of the Philippines in its ‘It’s More Fun In The Philippines’ promotion drive. With peace in place in Abra, this would be truly doable,

    Posted by Marlon Subido | March 27, 2013, 5:13 am
  14. There’s no problem without solution. For every problem there is a solution. If there is anomaly, conduct an investigation to come up with a right solution. We should not be the problem but part of the solution. Vote wisely that is the onli solution!

    go Takit! We support you!

    Posted by anonymous | March 27, 2013, 5:45 am
    • Guys, eyes on madam! adda balimbing ditoy! Behave madam! True tay inbagam nga ‘damage has been done’ ta talagan sa nga nadamage kan, panay ka solution!anyway, makikaysaak nga mangsuporta ken apo takit.

      Posted by ap-ap solution | March 27, 2013, 7:27 am
      • Look closely how her name was printed and compare the difference from her previous posts. I don’t think that she is the real Madam Om here. Why are you doing this dirty and dishonest kind of humiliation? What does it reflects?

        Posted by tsk..tsk.. | March 27, 2013, 10:22 am
        • Take it Bulsaamin uray Anya aramidem awan kan ta adun unayen ti inrurumennn mo a kuarta ti abra!

          Posted by Cqb | March 27, 2013, 10:33 am
        • Haan nga ni madam dayta ta haan da aggayyem ken gob gafu j abreco issue, ken kagura kanu ni gob t estafadora. Adda nabasak nga inreport da nga scam nga involve ni madam, apay agpayso ngata?

          Posted by lufet | March 28, 2013, 1:14 pm
      • Kayat da pay gayam nga kurakuten ti account ko ditoy abrenian.com Apay nga usarenda ti nagan ko nga agkampanya ken Gov. Takit? Adda ngata masirok da nga influensiak? Nian aya ti tao ketdin? Natured da amin nga agsao ken agkmentaryo ta awan makamo kaniada. Dejado ak ta nagan ko mismo ti agparparang ditoy. Kunsensiya yo lattan. Sapay koma ta makaturog kayo ken maalimon yo dagita lamlamutenyo.

        I DID NOT MAKE THIS POSTINGS HERE MAKING ME LOOK LIKE I AM ENDORSIN GOV. TAKIT AND MAKING ME LOOK LIKE “BALINBING” NGAKS KUNADA. Ma karma koma tay nagpost wiyh my name on it.

        Posted by Carmelita E. Omli | March 27, 2013, 8:21 pm
    • I did not post this. Damn you nga agus-usar ti account ko? Coward Cowatd coward!!!

      Posted by Carmelita E. Omli | March 27, 2013, 8:29 pm
    • naguilty ni anonymous. Thank you though for removing my name. Next time use your name bareng mangabak ta manok mo.

      Posted by Carmelita E. Omli | March 28, 2013, 12:05 am
  15. ABRA!!!!!! Nyan aya ni Takit….

    Peace and order?? I salute Gen. Magalong for that!
    Improved roads and bridges?? Parte?, Jay Peñarubia ba ti tuktukuyem?? Kasaknu toy Lapaz’n? Dolores? Ken dadduma pay a munisipyo?——————–
    The hiring of a foreign contractor(because they are more specialized at that certain task)?? Damagek man apu!! Foreigner ba ti nangaramid jay so-called nga accomplishment mo nga Kabarbaro nga ospital? Aywen aya,,,, nagmayaten a suhestyon!! Jak amu nu kasaknu nga ibaga eta depinisyon mo ti “standard built”! Electric Fan ba edjay?? If it was made with quality, then it should have stood against the wind and downpours, ngem naperdi bassit so the opening was delayed!!
    HOSPITAL ETA HAAN NGA RESTAURANT!! Adu met ketdi nga tao ti makasapul ti nasyaat a pasilidad, ngem agbuteng dan ah ta naperdi met ti imahe nan dayta nga ospital!! Nabayag nga naaramiden, nabayag a nalpasen; resulta: NABAYAG AGLUKAT??? Usto ba eta nga lohika??<<<<
    About met eta nga E-coli, "That should not be an issue" WOW!! (If you know what E-coli is you will NOT say that!) By him saying that the DOH will take care of it CONFIRMS the latter!! So you can assume that another reason for the opening delay is the E-coli Bacteria, para ti importante pay a supply "DANUM!!!".
    WEN MASAPUL MI TI NASYASYAAT A PASILIDAD! Ngem nu nasyaat kuma ti panag palakad ken ubra u ah ket nabayag kuma a nalpasen. Nu kuma ususaren da jay old Hospital dagijay new equipments nga stock jay kabarbaro niya??!

    La ngarud, nu kagurgura yo ti patpatangek ket iadd yo jay acc ko ti FB ta iparupa yo, message me privately! . http://m.facebook.com/abrabangued.thinkers?__user=100004624891724

    Posted by Abbat Iddot | March 27, 2013, 12:21 pm
    • dagitoy ti nakitang nga accomplishment ni takit!

      concreting of

      pidigan-sn isidro-villa-pilar road

      penarubia-sn isidro road

      lapaz-lagayan

      zn 7-cosili-penarubia

      bumagcat-pagpagatpat tayum road

      bucay-manabo road

      tayum-bucay road

      bucay-sallapadan road

      singit-pob licuan road

      manabo-boliney road

      part of san juan- tineg road

      lagangilang – bacooc road

      construction of

      salapadan bridge

      abaquid bridge

      new hospital

      gymnasium in oval and other municipalities

      nakitak amin dagitan, ituloy yon apo nu adda pay haan ko naikabil

      ni maam cecy, nya met naubra na? pan na paabayan t nagan na idi dagita project ni takit, agaw credit nga epal ketdi a. la man mangibaga kay man uray lima nga acomplishment ti luna? awan a ta awan met naubra da nu di tay agpabaknang

      Posted by abat biddot | March 27, 2013, 4:05 pm
      • KITAEN YO MAN APO NO ADDA DAGITOY A PROYEKTO PARAA 2009 LAENG DAYTOY…. ISARUNOK TO TI 2007, 2008 KEN 2010 A PDAF A NAILATANG PARA TI ABRA

        Region : Cordillera Administrative Region
        Province / City : Abra
        District : Lone District, Abra
        Legislator : Luna, Cecilia S.

        Project and Location Amount Implementing Unit Release Date

        Financial assistance for the implementation of livelihood programs in the Lone District of Abra
        1,000,000.00
        DTI-CAR April 13, 2009

        Financial assistance for the implementation of livelihood programs in the Lone District, Abra
        1,000,000.00
        DTI-CAR July 2, 2009

        Total Amount Released (Abra, Cordillera Administrative Region): 2,000,000.00

        Total Amount Released (FY 2009 General Appropriations Act, RA 9524): 2,000,000.00

        Grand Total Amount Released: 2,000,000.00

        Region : Cordillera Administrative Region
        Province / City : Abra
        District : Lone District, Abra
        Legislator : Luna, Cecilia S.

        Project and Location Amount Implementing Unit Release Date

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitation of Road/Farm-to-Market Roads – Municipality of Tayum. Brgy. Basbasa
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DEO September 8, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitation of Road/Farm-to-Market Roads – Municipality of Tayum. Brgy. Bumagcat
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DEO September 8, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitation of Road/Farm-to-Market Roads – Municipality of Tayum. Brgy. Cabaroan
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DEO September 8, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitation of Road/Farm-to-Market Roads – Municipality of Tayum – Brgy. Deet
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DEO September 8, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitation of Road/Farm-to-Market Roads – Municipality of Tayum. Brgy. Gaddani
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DEO September 8, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitation of Road/Farm-to-Market Roads – Municipality of Tayum. Brgy.Patucannay
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DEO September 8, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitation of Road/Farm-to-Market Roads – Municipality of Tayum. Brgy. Pias
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DEO September 8, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitation of Road/Farm-to-Market Roads – Municipality of Tayum. Brgy. Poblacion
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DEO September 8, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitation of Road/Farm-to-Market Roads – Municipality of Tayum. Brgy. Velasco
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DEO September 8, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitation of Road/Farm-to-Market Roads – Municipality of Pidigan. Brgy. Poblacion East
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DEO September 8, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitation of Road/Farm-to-Market Roads – Municipality of Pidigan. Brgy. Poblacion West
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DEO September 8, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitation of Road/Farm-to-Market Roads – Municipality of Pidigan. Brgy. Alinaya
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DEO September 8, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitation of Road/Farm-to-Market Roads – Municipality of Pidigan. Brgy. Arab
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DEO September 8, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitation of Road/Farm-to-Market Roads – Municipality of Pidigan. Brgy. Garreta
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DEO September 8, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitation of Road/Farm-to-Market Roads – Municipality of Pidigan. Brgy. Immuli
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DEO September 8, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitation of Road/Farm-to-Market Roads – Municipality of Pidigan. Brgy. Laskig
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DEO September 8, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitation of Road/Farm-to-Market Roads – Municipality of Pidigan. Brgy. Monggoc
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DEO September 8, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitation of Road/Farm-to-Market Roads – Municipality of Pidigan. Brgy. Naguirayan
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DEO September 8, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitation of Road/Farm-to-Market Roads – Municipality of Pidigan. Brgy. Pamutic
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DEO September 8, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitation of Road/Farm-to-Market Roads – Municipality of Pidigan. Brgy. Pangtud
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DEO September 8, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitation of Road/Farm-to-Market Roads – Municipality of Pidigan. Brgy. San Diego
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DEO September 8, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitation of Road/Farm-to-Market Roads – Municipality of Pidigan. Brgy. Sulbee
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DEO September 8, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitation of Road/Farm-to-Market Roads – Municipality of Pidigan. Brgy. Suyo
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DEO September 8, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitation of Road/Farm-to-Market Roads – Municipality of Pidigan – Brgy. Yuyeng
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DEO September 8, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitation of Road/Farm-to-Market Roads – Municipality of Pidigan. San Diego FMR
        200,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DEO September 8, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitation of Road/Farm-to-Market Roads – Municipality of San Quintin. Brgy. Labaan
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DEO September 8, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitation of Road/Farm-to-Market Roads – Municipality of San Quintin. Brgy. Palang
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DEO September 8, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitation of Road/Farm-to-Market Roads – Municipality of San Quintin. Brgy. Pantoc
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DEO September 8, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitation of Road/Farm-to-Market Roads – Municipality of San Quintin. Brgy. Poblacion
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DEO September 8, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitation of Road/Farm-to-Market Roads – Municipality of San Quintin. Brgy. Tangadan
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DEO September 8, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitation of Road/Farm-to-Market Roads – Municipality of San Quintin. Brgy. Villa Mercedes
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DEO September 8, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitation of Road/Farm-to-Market Roads – Municipality of Dolores. Brgy. Bayaan
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DEO September 8, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitation of Road/Farm-to-Market Roads – Municipality of Dolores. Brgy. Cardona
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DEO September 8, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitation of Road/Farm-to-Market Roads – Municipality of Dolores. Brgy. Isit
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DEO September 8, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitation of Road/Farm-to-Market Roads – Municipality of Dolores. Brgy. Libtec
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DEO September 8, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitation of Road/Farm-to-Market Roads – Municipality of Dolores. Brgy. Lublubba
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DEO September 8, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitation of Road/Farm-to-Market Roads – Municipality of Dolores. Brgy. Mudit
        150,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DEO September 8, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitation of Road/Farm-to-Market Roads – Municipality of Dolores. Brgy. Namit-ingan
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DEO September 8, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitation of Road/Farm-to-Market Roads – Municipality of Dolores. Brgy. Pacac
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DEO September 8, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitation of Road/Farm-to-Market Roads – Municipality of Dolores. Brgy. Salucag
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DEO September 8, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitation of Road/Farm-to-Market Roads – Municipality of Dolores. Brgy. Talogtog
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DEO September 8, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitation of Road/Farm-to-Market Roads – Municipality of Dolores. Brgy. Taping
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DEO September 8, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitation of Road/Farm-to-Market Roads – Municipality of Bangued. Brgy. Linasin FMR Zone 1
        200,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DEO September 8, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitation of Road/Farm-to-Market Roads – Municipality of Bangued. Brgy. Bowen st. Zone 6
        150,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DEO September 8, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitation of Road/Farm-to-Market Roads – Municipality of Bangued. Brgy. Cosili West FMR
        500,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DEO September 8, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitation of Road/Farm-to-Market Roads – Bacooc FMR. Municipality of Langangilang
        200,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DEO September 8, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitation of Road/Farm-to-Market Roads – Nagcanasan-Gapang FMR. Municipality of Pilar
        500,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DEO September 8, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitation of Road/Farm-to-Market Roads – Baay-Licuan FMR. Municipality of Baay-Licuan
        300,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DEO September 8, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Road Opening of Barit-Liagan Sto Thomas Bypass Road – Municipality of Luba
        2,000,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DEO September 8, 2009

        FLOOD CONTROLS – Construction of Tumalip Flood Control – Municipality of Baay-Licuan
        400,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DEO September 8, 2009

        SCHOOL BUILDINGS – Repair/Rehabilitation of School Buildings – Tayum C/S Municipality of Tayum
        500,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DEO September 8, 2009

        SCHOOL BUILDINGS – Repair/Rehabilitation of School Buildings – San Quintin C/S Miunicipality of San Quintin
        500,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DEO September 8, 2009

        SCHOOL BUILDINGS – Repair/Rehabilitation of School Buildings – Tangadan E/S Municipality of San Quintin
        300,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DEO September 8, 2009

        SCHOOL BUILDINGS – Repair/Rehabilitation of School Buildings – Bangued West C/S Library Municipality of Banggued
        1,500,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DEO September 8, 2009

        BUILDINGS – OTHER STRUCTURES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Muti-Purpose Buildings – Municipality of Bucay
        1,500,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DEO September 8, 2009

        BUILDINGS – OTHER STRUCTURES – Completion of Multi-Purpose Building – Brgy. Poblacion. Municipality of Lagayan
        1,500,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DEO September 8, 2009

        BUILDINGS – OTHER STRUCTURES – Construction of Multi-Purpose Building – Zone 6 Municipality of Bangued
        250,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DEO September 8, 2009

        BUILDINGS – OTHER STRUCTURES – Construction of Multi-Purpose Building – Municipality of Lagayan
        4,000,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DEO September 8, 2009

        BUILDINGS – OTHER STRUCTURES – Repair/Rehabilitation of Multi-Purpose Building – Municipality of San Juan
        500,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DEO September 8, 2009

        BUILDINGS – OTHER STRUCTURES – Repair/Rehabilitation of Multi-Purpose Building – Municipality of Dolores
        250,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DEO September 8, 2009

        OTHER PUBLIC INFRASTRACTURES – Construction of Multi-Purpose Pavements – Zone 6 Municipality of Bangued
        200,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DEO September 8, 2009

        OTHER PUBLIC INFRASTRUCTURES – Improvement of Multi-Purpose Pavements – Zone 7 Municipality of Bangued
        300,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DEO September 8, 2009

        OTHER PUBLIC INFRASTRUCTURES – Construction of Multi-Purpose Pavements – Municipality of Licuan-Baay
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DEO September 8, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Maguyepyep. Sallapadan
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Calaba. Bangued
        300,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Municipality of San Juan. Abra
        300,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Abualan. San Juan
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Badas. San Juan
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Baug. San Juan
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Cabcaburao. San Juan
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Culliiong. San Juan
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Daiodao. San Juan
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Guimba. San Juan
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Lam-ag. San Juan
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Calabaon. San Juan
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Nangobongan. San Juan
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. North Poblacion. San Juan
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Pattaaoig. San Juan
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Quidaoen. San Juan
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Lumobang. San Juan
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Silet. San Juan
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. South Poblacion. San Juan
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Supil. San Juan
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Sabangan. Sun Juan
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Tagaytay. Sba juan Tagaytay. San Juan
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Labaan Sab quitin
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Palang. San Quintin
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Pantoc. San Quintin
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Poblacion. San Quintin
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Tangadan. San Quintin
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Villa Mercedes. San Quintin
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Benben. La Paz
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Bulbulala. La Paz
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Buli. La Paz
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Canan. La Paz
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Liguis. La Paz
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Malbbaga. La Paz
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Mudeng. La Paz
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Pidipid. La Paz
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Poblacion. La Paz
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. San Gregorio. La Paz
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Toon. La Paz
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Udungan. La Paz
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Cabaruan. Danglas
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Abaquid. Danglas
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Caupasan. Danglas
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Danglas. Danglas
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Nagaparan. Danglas
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Padangitan. Danglas
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Pangal. Danglas
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Lumaba. Villaviciosa
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Ap-appaya. Villaviciosa
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Laplapog. Villaviciosa
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Poblacion. Villaviciosa
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Callao. Villaviciosa
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Tuquib. Villaviciosa
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Bollilising. Villaviciosa
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Tamac. Villaviciosa
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Agtangao. Bangued
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES РRepair/Rehabilitations of Road РBrgy. Ba̱acao. Bangued
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Cosilli East. Bangued
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Cosilli West. Bangued
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Lingtan. Bangued
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Lipcan. Bangued
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Lubong. Bangued
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Macray. Bangued
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Maoay. Bangued
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Patucnnay. Bangued
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Sagap. Bangued
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Sappaac. Bangued
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Zone 2. Bangued
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Zone 3. Bangued
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Zone 4. Bangued
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Ba-I. Lagayen
        1,000,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Municipality of Lagangilang. Abra
        600,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Aguet. Langangilang
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Bacooc. Langangilang
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Balais. Langangilang
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Cayapa. Langangilang
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Dalaguisen. Langangilang
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Laang. Langangilang
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Laguiben. Langangilang
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Nagtipulan. Langangilang
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Nagtupacan. Langangilang
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Paganao. Langangilang
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Pawa. Langangilang
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Poblacion. Langangilang
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Presentar. Langangilang
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. San Isidro. Langangilang
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Tagodtod. Langangilang
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Brgy. Taping. Langangilang
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Repair/Rehabilitations of Road – Municipality of Tineg. Abra
        400,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Rehabilitation/Repair of Foot Bridge – Brgy. Ba-I Lagayan. Abra
        1,000,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        ROADS HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES – Construction of Farm-to-Market Road – San Juan. Abra
        300,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        SCHOOL BUILDING – Repair/Rehabilitations of School Buildings – Tayum C/S. Municipality of Tayum
        500,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        SCHOOL BUILDING – Repair/Rehabilitations of School Buildings Talogtog National High School – Municipality of Dolores
        300,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        SCHOOL BUILDING – Repair/Rehabilitations of School Buildings Cayapa National High School – Municipality of Lagangilang
        300,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        SCHOOL BUILDING – Repair/Rehabilitations of School Buildings Tagodtod National High School – Municipality of Langangilang
        100,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        BUILDINGS – OTHER STRUCTURES – Rehabilitations/Repair of Sallapadan Multi-Purpose Building – Municipality of Sallapadan
        1,000,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        BUILDINGS – OTHER STRUCTURES – Construction of Pidigan Multi-Purpose Building – Municipality of Pidigan
        4,000,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        BUILDINGS – OTHER STRUCTURES – Construction of Alaoa Multi-Purpose Building – Municipality of Tineg
        300,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        BUILDINGS – OTHER STRUCTURES – Repair/Rehabilitation of Abra State Institute of Science and Technology Multi-Purpose Building – Municipality of Langangilang
        1,000,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        BUILDINGS – OTHER STRUCTURES – Repair/Rehabilitation of Multi-Purpose Building – Municipality of Dolores
        200,000.00
        OSEC – ABRA DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE December 28, 2009

        Total Amount Released (Abra, Cordillera Administrative Region): 40,000,000.00

        Total Amount Released (FY 2009 General Appropriations Act, RA 9524): 40,000,000.00

        Grand Total Amount Released: 40,000,000.00

        Region : Cordillera Administrative Region
        Province / City : Abra
        District : Lone District, Abra
        Legislator : Luna, Cecilia S.

        Project and Location Amount Implementing Unit Release Date

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Zone 1, Bangued, Abra April 13, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Zone 2, Bangued, Abra April 13, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        100,000.00
        Brgy. Zone 3, Bangued, Abra April 13, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        100,000.00
        Brgy. Zone 4, Bangued, Abra April 13, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        100,000.00
        Brgy. Zone 5, Bangued, Abra April 13, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Zone 6, Bangued, Abra April 13, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        100,000.00
        Brgy. Zone 7, Bangued, Abra April 13, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        3,000,000.00
        Brgy. Dangdangla, Bangued, Abra April 13, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        100,000.00
        Brgy. Macray, Bangued, Abra April 13, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Banacao, Bangued, Abra April 13, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        100,000.00
        Brgy. Agtangao, Bangued, Abra April 13, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        100,000.00
        Brgy. Cosili West, Bangued, Abra April 13, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        100,000.00
        Brgy. Patucannay, Bangued, Abra April 13, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Lingtan, Bangued, Abra April 13, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Bangbangar, Bangued, Abra April 13, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        100,000.00
        Brgy. Calaba, Bangued, Abra April 13, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Lipcan, Bangued, Abra April 13, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Lubong, Bangued, Abra April 13, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Palao, Bangued, Abra April 13, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Maoay, Bangued, Abra April 13, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Sao-atan, Bangued, Abra April 13, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Sappaac, Bangued, Abra April 13, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Santa Rosa, Bangued, Abra April 13, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Sagap, Bangued, Abra April 13, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Macarcarmay, Bangued, Abra April 13, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Cabuloan, Bangued, Abra April 13, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. San Antonio, Bangued, Abra April 13, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        3,200,000.00
        Mun. of Lagayan, Abra April 13, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        1,000,000.00
        Brgy. Collago, Lagayan, Abra April 13, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        1,000,000.00
        Brgy. Pang-ot, Lagayan, Abra April 13, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        1,700,000.00
        Brgy. Ba-i, Lagayan, Abra April 13, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        100,000.00
        Brgy. Baac, Langiden, Abra April 13, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        1,000,000.00
        Mun. of San Juan, Abra April 13, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        1,000,000.00
        Mun. of La Paz, Abra April 13, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        400,000.00
        Mun. of Tayum, Abra April 13, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        400,000.00
        Mun. of Langangilang, Abra April 13, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Aguet, Langangilang, Abra April 13, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Bacooc, Langangilang, Abra April 13, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Balais, Langangilang, Abra April 13, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Cayapa, Langangilang, Abra April 13, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Dalaguisen, Langangilang, Abra April 13, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Laang, Langangilang, Abra April 13, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Lagben, Langangilang, Abra April 13, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Laguiben, Langangilang, Abra April 13, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Nagtipulan, Langangilang, Abra April 13, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Nagtupacan, Langangilang, Abra April 13, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Paganao, Langangilang, Abra April 13, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Pawa, Langangilang, Abra April 13, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Poblacion, Langangilang, Abra April 13, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Presentar, Langangilang, Abra April 13, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. San Isidro, Langangilang, Abra April 13, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Tagodtod, Langangilang, Abra April 13, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Taping, Langangilang, Abra April 13, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        400,000.00
        Mun. of Penarrubia, Abra April 13, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        400,000.00
        Mun. of Luba, Abra April 13, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        400,000.00
        Mun. of Sallapadan, Abra April 13, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        400,000.00
        Mun. of Bucloc, Abra April 13, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        400,000.00
        Mun. of Boliney, Abra April 13, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        400,000.00
        Mun. of Tubo, Abra April 13, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        400,000.00
        Mun. of Malibcong, Abra April 13, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        400,000.00
        Mun. of Danglas, Abra April 13, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        400,000.00
        Mun. of Lacub, Abra April 13, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        1,900,000.00
        Mun. of Lagayan, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        1,000,000.00
        Mun. of Pidigan, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        400,000.00
        Mun. of Licuan-Baay, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        400,000.00
        Mun. of San Isidro, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        500,000.00
        Mun. of La Paz, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        400,000.00
        Mun. of San Quintin, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Labaan, San Quintin, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Palang, San Quintin, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Pantoc, San Quintin, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Poblacion, San Quintin, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Tangadan, San Quintin, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Villa Mercedes, San Quintin, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Bagalay, Tayum, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Basbasa, Tayum, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Budac, Tayum, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Bumagcat, Tayum, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Cabaroan, Tayum, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Deet, Tayum, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Gaddani, Tayum, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Patucannay, Tayum, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Pias, Tayum, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Velasco, Tayum, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Abualan, San Juan, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Badas, San Juan, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Baug, San Juan, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Cabcaborao, San Juan, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Culiong, San Juan, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Daoidao, San Juan, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Guimba, San Juan, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Lam-ag, San Juan, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Colabaoan, San Juan, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Nangobongan, San Juan, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. North Poblacion, San Juan, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Pattaoig, San Juan, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Quidaoen, San Juan, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Lumobang, San Juan, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Silet, San Juan, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. South Poblacion, San Juan, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Supiil, San Juan, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Sabangan, San Juan, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Tagaytay, San Juan, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Poblacion East, Pidigan, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Poblacion West, Pidigan, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Alinaya, Pidigan, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Arab, Pidigan, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Garreta, Pidigan, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Immuli, Pidigan, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Laskig, Pidigan, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Monggoc, Pidigan, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Naguirayan, Pidigan, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Pamutic, Pidigan, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Pangtud, Pidigan, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. San Diego, Pidigan, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Sulbec, Pidigan, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Suyo, Pidigan, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Yuyeng, Pidigan, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Abang, Bucay, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Bangbangcag, Bucay, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Bangcagan, Bucay, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Banglolao, Bucay, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Calao, Bucay, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Dugong, Bucay, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Labon, Bucay, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Madalipay, Bucay, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Pakiling, Bucay, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Palaquio, Bucay, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Patoc, Bucay, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Salnec, Bucay, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Siblong, Bucay, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        50,000.00
        Brgy. Tabiog, Bucay, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        200,000.00
        Brgy. Pulot, Lagayan, Abra July 2, 2009

        Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects
        1,000,000.00
        Brgy. Dangdangla, Bangued, Abra July 2, 2009

        Total Amount Released (Abra, Cordillera Administrative Region): 28,000,000.00

        Total Amount Released (FY 2009 General Appropriations Act, RA 9524): 28,000,000.00

        Grand Total Amount Released: 28,000,000.00

        Posted by anon | March 27, 2013, 7:07 pm
        • nya dagita project yo ya apo luna? kasla project lng ti barangay! innayon mo pay koma gasolinaan, resort, hotels, balay nga darakkel, lugan nga agkakangina isu pay nga pangliquidar

          Posted by mukat | March 27, 2013, 8:34 pm
        • It summed up to 72 million! Yet the numerical data of cost seems UNREASONABLE! The data however shows corruption and deception! The values? Wow! It is eigther like giving a contractor an exact millon budget and saying that “Pagkatnayemon!”, then what? “gudwa ta jay subra”!! Then the auditor will say, “ayanna jay purshentok?”..

          Who am I to judge how to price these infrastructure without justification of what has been done?? I’m not an Engineer, but I’m also not stupid to know that a lot of what was listed is OVERPRIZED!

          Kasta apu ti panga budbudget ti gobyerno! Awan ti bibyang da ti surok! Jak man ammu! Nagbobo la unay ti auditor yon, pagbasaen yo man pay!

          Posted by Abbat Iddot | March 27, 2013, 8:51 pm
        • tay koma apo infra wenno structure nga naconstruct idi pangatakem ni madam cesy nga legacy wenno makitan to pay dagiti sumaruno nga henerasyon, haan nga dagita proyekto na nga barato wenno murkat laeng nga repair ken assistance nga awan met lng nagmamaayan na, nasayang lng ti kuarta ti umili.

          Posted by jabot | March 28, 2013, 6:50 am
        • For the enlightenment of those who may not know or who may have been hoodwinked by past and present representatives of the lone district of Abra, the primary responsibility of a representative or congressman is legislation. In this regard, may I know what significant piece of legislation has the past and present representatives of Abra authored or passed? Aside from distinguishing themselves as members of the committee on silence, have they really done their work? With regards to the PDAF, the only participation allowed a representative is to identify the projects for his or her district. They are prohibited to participate in the bidding and implementation of said projects. The money for these projects come from the taxes paid by the citizens of the republic. Sad to say, the real intent of the PDAF has been and is being prostituted by past and present representatives. They have dipped their dirty hands in the purse that is supposed to fund projects that would redound to the benefit of our people. It is as clear as daylight that these representatives do not even know their jobs and are really just in there for the money that comes in the form of SOP. To the candidates for representative of Abra, I say NO, not one of you pass the test of competency for the job. The same names, the same names that have prolonged the stay of Abrenos in the tunnel. Abrenos deserve someone better.

          Posted by pedro abreno | March 31, 2013, 4:55 pm
        • Mano ngata a potholes ti narepair ti 100,000.00?

          Posted by JOMA | April 1, 2013, 4:30 am
        • HA HA HA nadaras lang ti agpundar ti numero. ti salodsod.. agpaypayso kadi dagitoy? he!!

          Posted by TAGA_BAKIR | April 2, 2013, 12:23 am
        • Nalalaing ni Cong. Joy Bernos pinaaramid tay kalub ti canal jay zone 5, nakitayo met tay epal poster na, adda papakitaan. Nya kunayo

          Posted by Bodong | April 5, 2013, 5:22 am
      • Nothing for Langiden?

        Posted by tsk..tsk.. | March 27, 2013, 9:02 pm
        • Agdindinamag nga adu ti taga Langiden nga badigards dagitoy ag-giginnura nga politiko iti nadumaduma nga partido. Kayat na nga sawen they are sacrificing their lives tapno agbiag laeng dagitoy nga politiko. Agpayso adda bayad da ngem dagiti different municipalities nga naikkan ti projects adda ngata badigards da nga awan bayad wenno sueldo da?
          OK, no awan concern yo kadakami nga majority constituents, at least uray la koma bassit laeng nga project ta addanto met legacy dagitoy badigards yo nga pakakitaan ti next generation or their beloved loved ones nga kasla contribution or pakalaglagipan kadakuada no isuda laeng ti concerns yo. Don’t pass the buck to our past Mayors or to the present one for majority if not all town mayors have the same colors or reputations and yet they still benefited with the above-mentioned projects. You may spit them with negligence or ineptness or any other spiteful adjectives, but it is still the responsibility of the provincial government to ensure that no single municipality should be left behind from this so-called “Matuwid Na Daan”. You may say that our town is not generating enough revenue thus no project or social services to be rendered. Fine, but we also have several OFW who plays crucial part for the survival or growth of our nationwide economy thru their remittances and immigrants or citizens of other major countries that still sending part of the fruit of their hardships to their close relatives back home. So, what’s really the moral or legal basis of continuously neglecting our Municipality?
          But on the bright side, THANKS A LOT for not involving our humble town with these so-called infrastructure projects that tainted with alleged left and right corruption. Our conscience is clear and since we are not part of it, we could proudly shout to the whole world that our humble municipality would continue to survive without any assistance from the national or provincial government. And please continue to hide from us the free college scholarship program (exclusively for minorities regardless of their general score) for we might rise up above from other municipalities education-wise.

          Posted by sultan amor | March 28, 2013, 10:21 am
    • haan tay kadin a nga isubli dagita ampatuanen, haan da kami nga personalen ta karbengan mi ti agpili

      Posted by belen | March 27, 2013, 4:36 pm
  16. adda man lang idamag ko apo for my knowledge sake…magulwan nak gamin kadagitoy propaganda ti luna kadwa da kano da apo vicsyd isu ti iwarwaragawag da.. ti gamin pagkaamok apo ket isu da ti nangirurumen ken apo vicsyd idi ,nasaksiak daytoy ta ni cecilia luna ket isu ti maysa nga nangidarum ken vicsyd idi ada py lang kanyak tay copy ti darum na..nya kadi daytoy pang saywar da kadi tapno dagijay loyalista ni vicsyd ket mapasurot da? i have my source ngem maulaw nak lng apo kasi ti imbaga da, idi kan dnamag da ken apo vicsyd no kuskusto nga kadwa da ti luna ket SHAME ON THEM kuna met da apo vicsyd kano ken malpas lng kano ti problema da nga maysa sublianan da kan dagtoy nga ampaluna… nya kadi ti kuskusto apo?

    Posted by maeur | March 27, 2013, 9:22 pm
  17. The itemised accounts above present an interesting scenario. A FAIR conclusive assessment analysis cannot be totally based on what one can or cannot sight as evidence in physical or material form – considering the purchasing value of the figures given per locality. Let’s appraise it from a FAIR REALISTIC view: I.e. For a 100,000.00 worth of road rehabilitation, even with inflation factored in, how many meters of complete and decent road work will that cover if you factor in the cost of pebbles, transport of ‘darat’, cost of cement or asphalt, labor cost of people (at minimum wage) within a specific number of days? If this figure was for roadwork, it could very well have been used for repairs. To expect a major roadwork for that figure and still see it after how many years is stretching reality.

    ‘Financial assistance for priority development programs and projects’: what does this supposose to mean? Considering the amounts being too-piecemeal again to provide a decent structure that could mean anything, it is simply goobledygook without any other explanation to it; as it can mean just anything. The figures imply “one-off”-types of projects. Those recipients are answerable to what could these ‘development programs and projects are!” (Fiesta funding maybe? Funding for one abung-abong?)

    What is odd is the piecemeal dole out that the figures reflect. It is as if each of the above localities just wanted a piece of the pie. It does not matter whether by piecemeal-ing it, nothing decent of quality will come out of it!

    The ‘philosophy’ reflected in the ‘piece-meal’ fund distribution is growth-defeating! Why just not one place at a time for a bigger slice for a more believable/sustainable/lasting project. And by the way, for any structure or project to be sustained, maintenance should have been budgeted for, otherwise projects of these type end up being wastage.

    As to the priority development projects worth 200,000.00 to 1,000,000.00 each: the amounts should have something concrete and decent – perhaps an infrastructure or a structure to show for these within the two years of the release of funds. (Kiosk, hanging bridge, artesian well, school building, sports venue, etc?) And if there were, there should have been maintenance budget awarded these projects.

    Posted by Marlon Subido | March 27, 2013, 10:46 pm
    • KITAEN YO TI 2010 PDAF RELEASE…

      Region : Cordillera Administrative Region
      Province / City : Abra
      District : Lone District, Abra
      Legislator : Luna, Cecilia S.

      Project and Location Amount Implementing Unit Release Date

      Brgy. Pulot, Lagayan, Abra
      2,000,000.00
      Brgy. Pulot, Lagayan, Abra February 19, 2010

      Brgy. Pang-ot, Lagayan, Abra
      2,000,000.00
      Brgy. Pang-ot, Lagayan, Abra February 19, 2010

      Brgy. Ba-I, Lagayan, Abra
      2,000,000.00
      Brgy. Ba-I, Lagayan, Abra February 19, 2010

      Brgy. Poblacion, Lagayan, Abra
      2,000,000.00
      Brgy. Poblacion, Lagayan, Abra February 19, 2010

      Brgy. Collago, Lagayan, Abra
      2,000,000.00
      Brgy. Collago, Lagayan, Abra February 19, 2010

      Mun. of Lagayan, Abra
      5,000,000.00
      Mun. of Lagayan, Abra February 19, 2010

      Financial assistance to the following local government units for the implementation of priority development programs and projects in the Lone District, Abra:
      0.00 February 19, 2010

      Total Amount Released (Abra, Cordillera Administrative Region): 15,000,000.00

      Total Amount Released (FY 2010 General Appropriations Act, RA 9970): 15,000,000.00

      Grand Total Amount Released: 15,000,000.00

      Posted by anon | March 28, 2013, 2:16 am
  18. Uray anya patpatangen dan… Cecy Luna kami latta… Go maam cecy… We will support you all the way…

    Posted by SistEraKaSbEkiAkeTcH | March 28, 2013, 1:33 am
  19. The 2010 PDAF release reflects bigger projects that fall under infrastructure. For purposes of clarification, just what does ‘priority development programs and project’ mean? What are the programs and projects that fall under the category of ‘priority development?’ Feasibility wise, 2,000,000 doled out to a barangay could perhaps provide a sports complex, a huge town landmark or a town plaza reconstruction, or a roadwork perhaps for a stretch of a few kilometers? Which of these released funds has anything that’s worth being classified as priority development project to show at all? If not, what applications have these funding been spent for?

    Posted by Marlon Subido | March 28, 2013, 7:19 am
  20. Haan nga ni madam dayta ta haan da aggayyem ken gob gafu j abreco issue, ken kagura kanu ni gob t estafadora. Adda nabasak nga inreport da nga scam nga involve ni madam, apay agpayso ngata?

    Posted by lufet | March 28, 2013, 1:07 pm
  21. Manang carmelita, that is politics philippine style! If you identify yourself to be with a party, expect the supporters of the other party wil be against you. I believe that you are professional, so behave like one… If you cannot endure the pain brought by partisanship, then go away of politics. These only proves that you’ve been a public figure! But sigh you’ve acted in a childlike manner.. It’s only you who can destroy yourself, no matter what we do! Akala ko ba di mo na kailangan ng advices kc pgkaalam ko matalino ka.. ha ate?

    Posted by poh wet | March 28, 2013, 1:28 pm
    • I am just wondering if the provincial government had already used the expertise of Building Inspectors using “state of the art or high tech equipments” in determining the durability of the new hospital against any occurrence of natural calamity like earthquake, strong rains and winds, or maybe the weight capacity of the building? If our local engineers have no capability nor equipments, why don’t we ask foreign investors technical resources?
      However, if we could fully trust again the expertise of our local Inspectors, then so be it. But, if something happens again that cause serious injury or even death to the patients, I think the people of Abra, from generation to generation, will not stop remembering or cursing your name and your family until the end of the world.

      Posted by dato wan | March 28, 2013, 5:24 pm
      • landslide sa met j napasamak idi ta nakitak t picture t a.com nga ngcolapse j tuping nga kinuntrata da mayor eduarte. J batbato t tuping isu t nangtupar j wall t ospital isu nga natubtub. Natibker ketdi a ta wall laeng haan nga bimmigay j adigi. Ngem agbutengak to nga pan agparking j asideg t bimmigay nga tuping nu napigsan to t tudo bka aglandslide to manen magaburan to ketdi lugan kon

        Posted by beehive | March 28, 2013, 6:12 pm
      • nya ket ta expertisen.. kunam la met no nalaing kayo met.. pagyaman tau ketdi ta madevelop ti ospital taun..saka un to a agcoment no madin to ti serbisyo da kasjay.. politika kau latta met.. ada lang garud nasayaat nga inubran ni gobernador tau madi latta met kaniayo..aganano kayo aya!? pagarop ko man no pagbabago ti kayat yo?! ket adda tan adu ti pagbabago nan.. makitinnolong kayo ketdi kma a.. dayta ti kasayaatan nga ubraen tau itan..

        Posted by maeur | March 29, 2013, 8:36 am
        • truelily ka friend meur! helphelp tay koma, thankfulness tay ta da gob tay nga mangisakit

          Posted by beehive | March 29, 2013, 6:33 pm
  22. the blind men and the abrenians. Corruption. Valera-Bersamin-Bernos-Luna-Seares-Guzman-Somera

    Posted by Gayyem | March 28, 2013, 11:44 pm
    • Luna ti number one! Kitaen yo ni Mayor Ryan Luna mano ti hotels nan? Saan da pay nga nalpas, urayen na pay maysa nga term na nga mayor tapno malpas na. Sinno ngarud ti agdadata nga corrupt? Mano ti gasolinaan da, nangalaan da kadi ti kuarta da apo? Dakayo ti maka ammo nga agpanonoten

      Posted by Maria | March 29, 2013, 2:59 pm
      • every politicians in abra are corrupt except for takit according to madam x and chary b. they keep on saying that takit is incorruptible that he has millions of dollars before he became a governor.

        Posted by eric shawn | March 29, 2013, 10:07 pm
  23. apo takit mas peaceful ti ABRA idi ini apo vicsyd payla ti agturay han nga kasla tatta manipud panagtugaw mo a kas ama ti probinsya gimmulo ti abra

    Posted by kimat | March 29, 2013, 9:41 pm
    • Talaga nga nakimat kan sa Kimat. Apay saan kadi nga idi tiempo ni Vicsyd ti panangpatay da ti daydi Dios ti aluad na na Cong Chito? Helloooooo! Agpayso nga nagulo tatta ngem ibagam man no sino ti manggulgulo? Takot pay ti awag da ken Takit gapu ta saan nga lumaban ti pinnatay uray pay no pinatay da daydi kabsat na. Nakimat sa ta utek mon Kimatttttt!

      Posted by Ringnoster | March 30, 2013, 11:44 am
  24. this issue is worth reading. . .as you read, you can see truth from their “words” as well as lies. . . . if you notice it deeper, you will. . .and the governor’s responses are general . . . . .he knows how to sense pitfalls. . . . .bottom line, its a good scoop SySop . .. . i will wait for the next issue regarding Mam Cecy and/or COng. . . . .

    Posted by qif | March 29, 2013, 11:57 pm
  25. Kimat u r not honest 2 yourself. How can you claim nga peaceful idi tiempo Ni Vicsyd? Apay nga nabalod? Mano ti mayores ti napapatay di tiempo na? Mano ti inosente ken political leaders ti victima dagit goons na. Ni mayor Jenricks gasat na laeng ta maysa a kabagyak nga goonsna ti nagkuna kaniak nga maulila ni Baketna t mabiit.Sinnerakda t Lagayan idi, 15 da plus some police but defending Pags of the Lunas were overwhelming so they had to withdrew.

    Maysa nga victima ti siniswetic ni vicsyd ket ni dr Clarito Valera . Dr Clarito was ahead by 2000 votes when Tineg result was delayed for mysterious reasons. Idi simmangpet t resulta, ni Dr t naabak ti 2000 as vice gov. Karma, nangabak ni Vicsyd idi ngem ania ti napasamak, naabak la ngaruden , napopok pay. CRIME DOESN’T PAY!

    I have no personal interest with gov. Takit. With God’s help my kids have good job without the help of any politicians. But my personal interest is on the personality n achievement plus the focus of a candidate for justice, peace n service especially for the poor which I can see it clearly on gov Takit. Mind you, I’m also for atty Hans Luna becaus he isyoung n educated not yet polluted with direct corruption. Ubing pay isuna nga mangbalbaliw ti sobra nga kina- agrisibonaken mangiyajust ti kina taona. He has 3 yrs to prove his worth n to overhaul his image. Abra has a tremendous reservoir of talents against him come 2013.

    Posted by Tagamasid | March 29, 2013, 11:58 pm
    • With all due respect, if indeed crime does not pay, I wonder what fate awaits most if not all the politicians and government officials in Abra. As the philosopher, Confucius said, “In a society that is well-governed, poverty is something to be ashamed of; in a badly-governed society, wealth is something to be ashamed of”. Indeed, almost always, in a graft-ridden society, behind every enormous wealth in an enormous crime. As we watched our so-called leaders through the years, we find that corruption is a learned behavior. Honorable is not the word that leaps to mind when we speak of our leaders. The fault lies not in our stars but in us. The backbone of leadership is character and character is nothing if it acquiesces, however tacitly to iniquity and evil deeds. When our leaders turn a blind eye to wrong-doing done year in and year out, these are the real apathy and arrogance we must all vehemently protest. When a political clan expands its lust for power over and beyond its territory, do we simply shrug our shoulders and watch? When only three political clans run against one another, do we honestly beleive we have a choice? TAGAMASID, it behooves us, as concerned, thinking individuals to educate our people, to inform them that we are being insulted, as it were, by these three political clans. They would have us believe that they have the monopoly of leadership and good intentions. May I respectfully remind you that even the road to hell is paved with good intentions. We must work together to educate our people and remind them that they deserve better leaders than the current slate being offered to them. Whoever wins, are we going to be better off? No, they all belong to the same bunch of bad bananas. The most prudent thing to do is to wait for 2016. To have better choices in 2016, we must send a clear and unequivocal message to these discredited politicians that we will not settle for anything less than competent, honest and resolute leadership. We can only achieve this by saying no to all of these candidates. If voter turnout is low, then the message becomes loud and clear to freedom-loving, competent, honest and resolute leaders to offer their services to the electorate in 2016. This is as good a time as any to take the first step. The long-suffering Abrenos have had enough. They deserve true servant-leaders, nothing less.

      Posted by pedro abreno | March 31, 2013, 5:59 pm
      • Assuming Sir Pedro that we were able to produce such political leaders after 2016 Election, was there a guarantee that our In-Charge for the disbursement of public funds like the Department of Budget and Commission of Audit will no longer conniving with our government servants (elected or not) on corruption? What if they are the ones initiating or forcing our honest public servants to commit bribery or other anomalous acts thru the guise of insufficient justifications of their FINANCIAL REPORTS although they were not? What the hell we could do since no one could audit their dishonestly (the COA) except their good conscience or the wrath of karma for their evil doings? Assuming further Sir Abrenio that there were honest and brave DOB and COA personnel/officials who will file corruption cases and the likes against these pests and crocodiles, how could we push the smooth sailing of the wheel of justice in light of the present justice status quo. We have the most bravest and trusted Sec.of Justice in the person of De Lima but observe the lukewarm reaction compliance of her action men and women or her corruption judges. Uray maysa la koma nga agtatakaw nga Mayor ditoy Abra awan pay iti naibalud iti uneg iti manon nga tawen nga napalabas. Let’s be frank and honest that because of this fact, some thief politicians or new politicians are still have the courage to run with the purpose of just stealing knowing fully or with full instincts assurance that they will not be affected all with the President’s intense drives against corruption.
        I hope I’m just wrong with my assumptions and just trust that our future political leaders by 2016 and beyond have the guts in twisting the stinky balls of any erring COA and Ombudsman officials forcing them to do the right way instead of the other way around. Would it be possible Sir?

        Posted by future generation | April 2, 2013, 2:01 pm
        • Future generation, we must have a system that will keep our leaders honest all the time. That was the aim of Local Government Secretary Jesse M. Robredo. Unfortunately, he passed away too soon. There is a saying that “a journey of a thousand miles begins with the first step”. That first step is to choose the right leaders – competent, resolute and above all honest. Second, the change must begin with us. It is high time our people disabuse their minds of the thinking that all their needs, from the cradle to the grave, must be provided by their leaders. Our leaders only make so much every month. If day in and day out, people will line up at their doorsteps to ask for help for anything from medicines, tuition, burial expense and hospital expense, where will our leaders get the money. Without meaning to, we are teaching them to steal from government coffers. There must be a stop to this policy of mendicancy. We must teach our people to be self-sufficient. We must produce our needs and limit our wants. We pay our taxes so we can demand government services in return. Foremost of these is the implementation of livelihood projects. Regarding the judiciary, we now have a more honest Supreme Court. We can file complaints against corrupt judges. The auditors of the COA cannot escape responsibility. Lifestyle checks can be made every now and then to find out if the assets accumulated are proportional to their salaries. Always, the price of good governance is eternal vigilance. Most important of all, let us not tolerate wrong-doing at any level. Let us not tolerate murder and plunder. Let us report cases of wrongdoing whenever we see them, wherever we see them. Let the chips fall where they must. Let us not forget that sovereingty resides in the people and all government power emanates from them. Government officials must serve us, not enslave us. As President PInoy said, we are the boss so let us act like one. If government servants are not up to the task, let us kick them out by voting them out of power. There is always hope, Future Generation.

          Posted by pedro abreno | April 2, 2013, 9:13 pm
  26. words are not enough though…it’s good to have this interview but then, i cannot rely only in words..let’s wait and see…hoping for the best…it’s not just easy to trust people especially politicians..anyway…good work SysOp..may the other politicians be opened for such interview and say what they want to say…clarify what they want to clarify…ciao…

    Posted by kakashi7sensei | March 30, 2013, 3:13 am
  27. We urge for a new breed of Abrenians to come out…coming 2016 elections!!!!

    Posted by Bagnus | March 30, 2013, 4:45 am
    • If the Abrenos are ready for change, if they are willing to fight for change, I have no doubt that in 2016, a new breed of leaders – honest, competent, God-fearing and resolute will come out. Abra has never lacked for intelligent and honest leaders. Don Quintin Paredes is one great example. The only problem is that the playing field is not even. Our people must stop their journey toward mediocrity. We have stayed in the tunnel for far too long. Let us send a clear message that we have had enough of violence and corruption. Say no to the status quo. Save your vote for 2016.

      Posted by pedro abreno | March 31, 2013, 7:26 pm
  28. Just expressing a viewpoint: The thread has leapt light years away from the interview content .The governor’s statement – “i’d like to see a new leader that will emerge to succeed me as a governor. If i will find that person then I will be happy”, poses a question mark. With such keenness on the continuity of authority for governance, would he allow the transition process to take its systematic course without him dipping his hand into the process which then leaves open his vacated position to any daring and able qualified ‘Pedro Penduko’? Granted that he finds one that suits his fancy and considering that the gubernatorial position is an elected position, does this mean that he would endorse a chosen candidate or will he play a role as a candidate’s political ‘god-father’ even while he would be ‘retiring in his farm?’ ‘

    Posted by Marlon Subido | March 30, 2013, 6:35 am
    • No Marlon, it is not up to Gov. Bersamin to find his successor. It is really all up to us. Like all traditional politicians, Gov. Bersamin thinks he can pass on the baton of leadership to his chosen one. Well, he’s got another think comin’.

      Posted by pedro abreno | March 31, 2013, 7:31 pm
      • If he could be reelected as well as his vice, he could resign before the end of his term. If this is his plan, there’s a possibility that he will govern the province the best as he could in preparation for his vice take-over. And the rest will be history…..Who knows they might be planning to redeem their ruined dignity by courageously initiating perfect good governance where corruption and poverty will be then a history. Forget it, I’m just guessing….

        Posted by kurarapnit | March 31, 2013, 9:05 pm
  29. notable landmark projects of some politicians:

    CHITO BERSAMIN
    Mayor of Bangued
    Bangued Central Market
    Bangued Commercial Complex later known as Mega Centrum
    Major renovation of Mun plaza
    Concreting of Mun roads in Mun proper
    Congressman of Abra
    Calaba bridge
    Sinalang bridge
    Gymnasium in some municipalities
    aphalting / rehab of abra-ilocos road
    school buildings

    TAKIT BERSAMIN
    Governor
    New Prov Hospital
    Gymnasium and renovation of abra sports complex
    concreting of 200 km provincial roads
    Gymnasium in some municipalities
    construction of bridges along provincial roads

    JOY BERNOS
    Congressman
    concreting of abra kalinga road
    rehab of abra-ilocos norte road
    concreting of abra-cervantes road
    Reconcreting parts of national highways
    shoulder of abra-ilocos sur road
    manabo bridge
    asphalting of national highways
    rehab of mun roads in some municipalities

    CESY LUNA
    Congressman
    gymnasium in pidigan

    Posted by lamok | March 30, 2013, 5:01 pm
    • ti dakkel a diprencia ti Luna kenni Takit

      Ni takit uray pagsasawam kada panaganam suna iseman naka laeng haan ka maan-ano

      Ti luna, nu nagpatang ka kontra kenyada, aglemmeng ka laengen ta umay da ka piduten dagiti bodyguards da, pungngoen daka kasla tay baket day tenddaan

      Posted by immol | March 30, 2013, 5:11 pm
      • nia met! mapatokar la tay ARYA ABRA HYMN ket agkulisadsad ni TAKEITEN. agipulong to ti di umnon.

        Posted by birthdaygirl | March 31, 2013, 10:27 am
        • Ulbd ka Birthdaygirl. Addaak idi didiay. Saan ko met nga nakita nga nagkulisadsad ni Takit. Agparis kayo ta kandidatom nga ulbod.

          Posted by Ringnoster | March 31, 2013, 1:24 pm
        • wen apo agpayso agkadua da vicsyd ken ampatuan jay bicutan.

          Posted by pop pop | April 3, 2013, 8:51 am
      • ni takeit uray no ti sango ti adu nga empleyado wenno tattao makiapa iti maysa nga babai nga emplyeado. papaltogan na pay kadagiti guardiya na diay kaapa na imbag ketdi ta mas matino diay guardiya ngem isuna.

        Posted by birthdaygirl | March 31, 2013, 10:51 am
      • Sorry friend, you are misinformed…. Dayjay nagpapongo ti baket jay tiendaan ket panawen ni Dominic Valera
        -Ni Takit mapan ka lang agpatulong adu nga patang nga saan pay makmakan ti aso lalo la ngaruden ti tao. Ni Luna uray awan tagarim nga mapan mo asitgan ket ammu na nga masapul mo ti tulong ket mangted a dagus. Dayta ti dakkel a diperensya da Luna ken Takit.

        Posted by Sanggir Ti Umili | April 1, 2013, 1:17 am
    • new hospital for display? worth 210M nga nangiyutangan na ti probinsya.. maysa pay nga accomplishment ni TAKEIT ket 700M debt of the province. several employees forced to resign because TAKEIT pressured them to do it.several employees (permanent) nga pinapispisan ni TAKEIT.

      Posted by birthdaygirl | March 31, 2013, 10:26 am
    • Mega Centrum
      Plaza Renovation
      Concreting of Municipal Roads
      Renovation of Bangued Municipal Hall
      The above were all during the administration of Ms. Ching Valera

      200km Provincial Roads??? Where are those Gob???

      Posted by Sanggir Ti Umili | April 1, 2013, 4:29 am
      • pidgan-sn isdro-vilaviciosa-pilar centenial road
        penarubia-villaviciosa provincial road
        tayum-bucay provincial road
        lapaz-lagayan provincial road
        bucay-manabo provincial road
        bucay-sallapadan provincial road

        halos masemento amin nga provincial roads tayon gapu ken takit, awan tot ipasentoyon dakayo nga luna nu dakayon to ti kayat ti tao ta mangabak kayo, agyaman kay ken takit

        Posted by iban | April 1, 2013, 3:54 pm
  30. I think our voters have had heard enough! Whoever wins, no matter what we do, we are still facing the indisputable facts; rampant corruption, endless poverty, and other lawlessness that may crop up just to survive or be able to put food on the table. Instead of ruining further the credibility of these politicians, why don’t we just shift our ire to the Commission on Audit (COA) and corruption courts or Ombudsman who were tasked to eradicate corruption but failed that they may listen now? If they were not conniving or conspiring in devouring government funds in the past or perhaps until the present, the atmosphere of politics at present should had been different where ideal candidates with no “dead money” (ill-gotten wealth) to spend or buy votes will be running, isn’t it? There should had been a level playing field where no one could afford to hire bodyguards that limit other candidates moves in campaigning, isn’t it? Anyway, please just ignore this pleading if it will just do more harms than goods to your beloved honorable candidates. I might wasting my saliva instead of just assuming that you were just sacrificing for your personal interests and not interested at all for the betterment of the majority towards a “BETTER ABRA”.

    Posted by just a test | March 30, 2013, 10:08 pm
    • We have the guts to pulverize the integrity of our Chickens but we are so afraid to find out and vulgar the truth why they became wicked or were never afraid to steal our government’s MONEY. Who are we covering for or afraid of, our own relatives or friends? So you are accessories to the continuous sufferings of God’s people. Don’t you have innocent poor or god fearing relatives?
      I think President Aquino is more than interested than us to hear those conspiring to sabotage his good governance and heartlessly humiliating him before the eyes of the world. Unfortunately, this will also discourage foreign investors that provide jobs for the unemployed and prevent others to work as slaves only to be raped or violated in other countries. But importantly, it ignites unstoppable and sustainable economic growth and development where the government thieves could “BABOYIN” manen or more than of what they are doing at present when his term expires.
      No koma kayarig na ti kinadagsen ti panang-man-manso tayo kadagitoy agtatakaw nga chickens tayo ti panang-BURAK tayo met ti kinatangken ti ULO ken PANAGRIKRIKNA dagitoy concerned or affected government agencies, diak masdaaw no awanton ti pagpapatangan wenno man-manswen tayon to nga politiko or chickens nga kalaban ti chickens tayo. If we succeed in exterminating these only few coward and dishonest COA and OMBUDSMAN’s action men and women, you’ll expect the influx of visitors/tourists interested to uncover the hidden beauty of the entire province, their cultural traditions, and perhaps trying to find out why only in Abra where you can find almost every municipality has its own dialect different from other municipalities and yet they are all belong to the same or one tribe. And because of the “peace and order” situation, the real righteous Abra citizens will come out in the open and participate in the level playing field of election by 2016. Only few of our current candidates are afraid for these to happen…….isu nga agsiput ken agpanunot tayo….!!!

      Posted by prince malagantz | April 1, 2013, 11:15 am
  31. Apay apo Sysop nga saanyo met nga idelete dagiti nakaal-alas nga balikas kas koma daytoy ‘diPu…’ Nga naipaturong pay met ti kangatuan nga agturay t Abra. Saan laing nga isu ti na kababainno di intiro nga Abra. Cong joy is not my candidate but she deserves respect. Let’s change comments n opinions on issues not personal to the extend of using abusive words. PLEASE SYSOP SIR DO SOMETHING ON THIS MATTER! Thanks

    Posted by Tagamasid | March 31, 2013, 1:45 pm
  32. awan mamati kanyayo nga pamilya! ta panay kay ulbod nga ampaluna

    Posted by thor cock | March 31, 2013, 3:55 pm
  33. Please don’t be blinded by words. Open your eyes with the sub-standard projects being implemented. This is corruption in the large scale. Look at our newly established yet soon to open (3years) government hospital…. are you aware of the millions budgeted for it? And where are the medicines?
    Some said that the previous administration were corrupt. But the administration of Takit and Joy is ten times in degree. If you want evidence, you can contact Sanggir Ti Umili. He is more than willing to share you the documents proving their large scale corruption.

    Posted by Sanggir Ti Umili | April 1, 2013, 12:50 am
    • at least adda pakakitaan, haan nga
      kasla kanyayo nga awan ta amin
      metten ket ibulsa yon! Isuda ket
      makicomision da lang, dakayo ket
      amin metten nga awan matidda
      uray murkaten

      Posted by thor cock | April 1, 2013, 4:17 am
  34. at least adda pakakitaan, haan nga
    kasla kanyayo nga awan ta amin
    metten ket ibulsa yon! Isuda ket
    makicomision da lang, dakayo ket
    amin metten nga awan matidda
    uray murkaten

    Posted by thor cock | April 1, 2013, 4:21 am
  35. …oh abra ever beloved oh abra ever dearest here we come… huhuhummm huuuhhuuummm…

    Posted by JOMA | April 1, 2013, 4:48 am
  36. Corrections on my comments: ” let’s change comments ……” Should be ” exchange comments/opinions on issues not on personal………..”. Again Sysop sir, do something on posted profane n abusive words. Your attention on this matter is highly appreciated.

    Posted by Tagamasid | April 1, 2013, 5:26 am
  37. I hope and pray that our PNP/Military establishment will not be blinded with excessive personal favors from our opposing candidates because they assume that they have military protection behind them in doing lawlessness. They should remain faithful at all times to their sworn services for the wrath of Karma is inevitable and respects no one if kicks in. Who knows, their loved ones might be the next victim of lawlessness or devil punishment someday?

    Posted by military alert | April 1, 2013, 3:58 pm
  38. dayta ti governador….

    Posted by taga balasiw karayan | April 2, 2013, 12:08 am
  39. ammo tay met no sinno mangolgulo iti abra, awan sabali no di dagita luna

    Posted by zaldy | April 2, 2013, 5:09 am
  40. Siempre naggapu dita kadre ti nangted ti ragsak, saan kadi? Ti agdama ti kayatko nga sawen ta awanen tay notorious nga big PNP partisan . Aminen naragsak.PNP SIRS WE SALUTE U!!!!

    Posted by Tagamasid | April 2, 2013, 7:37 am
    • ni bos takit mo perme saludo na kada sir amin ti obet idi ken big bird ngem idi ammo na ti ragsak to pgkagobernador bias partisan kunana ti pnp. ultimo po box sir bos kunana lng idi pwe.

      Posted by pop pop | April 3, 2013, 8:57 am
  41. Go go go maam cecy… We will support u all the way… Ad adu kmi nga naulimek nga mangibutos kenka… Han mo pansinen ti ngumanakngakang nga suporters dan… Masiitan to latta jay guilty ditan… Babush….

    Posted by SistEraKaSbEkiAkeTcH | April 2, 2013, 7:47 pm
  42. napikon manen ni takeit puruganansiya bulsaamin itay idiay napasamak nga candidates forum.. immasenso kano ti probinsya nga abra ngem apay ngarud nga naiyutang na met ti probinsiya ti gatad to 700 millionen? baka isuna laeng ti immasenso. idi ibaga ni Mrs. Dei Ifurung nga “haan ka nga masursuron governor no awagan da ka ti agtatakaw ta isu met ti araramidem”, nagalaludaid manen nga rimmuar ni gob takeit, ti babainnan

    Posted by boxc | April 3, 2013, 5:48 am
  43. In connection with the statement of gov. Takit ‘ if I find somebody to be next governor after 3 years i will be happy’ implies that he is scouting somebody deserving leader who qualifies his standard. As previously mentioned in my comments, our gov. is no saint but compared to others, present n previous polical leaders except the late cong. Zapata, he demonstrates professionalism, ignoring accusations which are mostly of no sense and focused to his promises on infra projects, peace n order campaign and uplifting the plight of the poor. If I were to recommend, hopefully time will give me the opportunity n privilege, I will recommend mr. Pedro abrenio, mr. Subido, mr future generation. Judging from comments and opinions you posted, I believe you are all men of wisdom, of intigrity, peace loving, n above all God-fearing.

    Come 2016, many of your breed will be leaders of Abra to make our province a better place to live in where justice, true governance,peace and progress will reign

    Posted by Tagamasid | April 3, 2013, 11:52 am
    • My friend, a true servant does not need a title or position in order to serve. There is so much to do. There is so little time. We can accomplish much if we do not care who gets the credit. Do good and you will be criticized, derided and threatened. Do good anyway because doing good is a reward in itself. Let us be tireless in our efforts to educate and inform our people. This is a battle for the hearts and minds of the great majority of our people who are peace-loving, self-sufficient, industrious and honest. Let us be selfless. Our passion is to serve and rescue our people from poverty. Let us help them help themselves. Let us give them the respect they deserve. Let us not take away their dignity. Let us love Abra. It is our only home. My friend, persevere in helping to educate and inform our people. In time, in God’s time we will wake up to a new dawn. Mabuhay ang mga Abreno. Mabuhay ang Abra.

      Posted by pedro abreno | April 3, 2013, 7:43 pm
  44. ni boxc ket isu met lng ni birthdaygirl. wen met kakailian! adda met a maysa nga pgpanpannakkel na nga project na, diay camp juan villamor lang ngamin isu nga di tayo mapansin. Haan tay kunaen nga awan project ni madam cesy, ta adda met a maysa diay campo

    Posted by kj | April 3, 2013, 4:05 pm
  45. Tnx. Sa 3000 na bigay nyo gov. Takit para sa boto nyo ni chari… San po galing ang pinamumudmod nyo? Tas may forpeace pa na pangako 750.00 monthly… Galing nyo naman… Iboboto ko po kung sino gusto kong iboto but definitly not straight votes… 🙂

    Posted by SistEraKaSbEkiAkeTcH | April 6, 2013, 10:02 am
  46. Adun nga pammabasol, adun nga panangibabain, panagpadakes ken madumadu nga agkakadakes nga sinagrap ken sagsagrapen ti governador. Ania ti panangawat na kadagitoy, kinatalna, kinapakumbaba, nalamuyot nga sarita. He knows it takes two to fight. He knows that the Son of man, received far worst humiliations and punishment from baseless accusations.He knows that the proud who exalts himself will be humbled, and the one who humble himself will be exalted. Our Lor Jesus humbled himself up to the cross to pay our sins not His, but our Loving Father exalts Him in the end. What kind of father/ leader do we need in Abra, the roaring lion or a true shepherd who thinks of his lamb first? I believe people of Abra love peace among others. Peace is only possible thru peace loving leader. Peace cannot be attained and never be achieved by leaders who are always spitting fire. May God guide us when we choose the right leaders for us.

    Posted by Tagamasid | April 7, 2013, 7:51 am
    • talaga? with calmness? imposible! adda met solo nga programa na diay dzpa ket diay na met nga tirtiraen dagitay mangtirtira kaniana.nia met nga calmness. mapan agipulong ken gen magalong ti haan nga ususto nga impormasyon daydiay ti paglaingan ni takeit bulsaamin

      Posted by butengak | April 8, 2013, 6:29 am
      • Talaga? Manen? Ti kanayon ko met nga mangngeg nga umarakiyak ket dagitay kalaban na. Saak la mangngeg ni Gobernador no mapan na sungbatan no napalaos la unayen ti paangtira da kaniana nga awan ebidenciao. Kas tay kuna ni Gob. He doesn’t go for trashy talks like yours isu nga saan nga sumungbat.

        Posted by Ringnoster | April 8, 2013, 7:49 am
    • with calmness sana indarum ida.. kayat na sawen, pikon.. no talaga nga haanna koma nga aramid dagidiay ipabpabasok da kaniana ket iexplain na wenno lawlawagan na kadagiti abrenios, kas tay kunak adda met programa na idiay dzpa.

      Posted by butengak | April 8, 2013, 6:31 am
  47. 3000 ken gov. 5000 ken cong joy chang…. Bale 8k amin… Hahahaha… Pang lalaki…. Ammmalam…

    Posted by Peñarubytiagarin! | April 8, 2013, 6:32 am
  48. Goodluck Gob Takit! ti la maibagak ket han koma met nga naturturay ni madam ruby ngem sika a ta suna met mangperdi ti imahe yo nga Bersamin ket naikamang la isuna ngem isu met ti kasla gobernadoren. Go for the third term Gob!

    Posted by Kimmot | April 15, 2013, 12:52 am

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