Personnel of the 86-year-old Cotabato Sanitarium in Sultan Kudarat, Maguindanao were elated when President Rodrigo Duterte signed RA 11715 into law on April 29 expanding it into a 250-bed hospital.
Local executives are optimistic of peaceful conduct of elections on Monday in North Cotabato and Basilan provinces.
Facebook in the Philippines has exploded with misinformation about the two presidential front runners in next week’s polls, as pages supporting Ferdinand Marcos Jr flood the site and trash his rival Leni Robredo.
Police probers are still “validating” the reported shooting incident at a village in Siay, Zamboanga Sibugay allegedly involving the supporters of mayoralty candidates that left a supporter wounded.
The United States on Friday offered up to $10 million for information on the prolific Russian-linked Conti hacking group which was blamed for an attack last month in Costa Rica.
An Army official has allayed fears of possible disruptions of the conduct of elections in Zamboanga Peninsula after the government troops engaged an undetermined number of communist guerrillas Leon Postigo town in Zamboanga del Norte on Thursday, May 5.