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Polish with Fake Money Nabbed in Candoni

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A Poland national was arrested for spreading fake peso bills in Candoni 9PM Wednesday, July 11.

Police Inspector Junie Liba, Candoni police chief identified the suspect as Wojciech Taolniak Stolarskijan, 32, single, of 13/5 Pavia Street, Lubin City, Poland.

Stolarskijan was nabbed after a chase in a hot pursuit operation along Brgy. Dancalan Road in Ilog town.

A concerned resident tipped off police operatives about Stolarskijan’s presence in the town riding on a motorcycle roaming around and buying groceries in different stores.

Candoni, San Carlos to Hold District Elims in 5th Negros First Gov. Boxing Cup

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Candoni will hold the 6th District elimination of the 5th Negros First Gov. Boxing Cup on August 9 to 10, 2014, while San Carlos City the 1st District third week of same month.

The 6th District composed of Cauayan, Hinobaan, Ilog, Kabankalan and Sipalay placed fourth last year finals held in La Carlota City.

The 1st District boxers composed of Escalante City, Toboso, Calatrava, San Carlos City and Salvador Benedicto top the tournament.

DILG Secretary Roxas Promises to Listen to Whistleblower’s Complaint of P2-M Fund Irregularity

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DILG Manuel "Mar" Roxas has informed whistleblowers, Penuel Tanio, chairman of the Whistleblower’s Association for Reforms and Responsible Action for Nationalist Transformation (WARRANT), that he will attend to a complaint involving irregularities in Candoni town filed by the latter, and which he told the top DILG official that a complaint filed by him with the provincial office of the government agency has not been attended to by DILG Chief Ma. Joy Meredith Madayag.

P2-M Good Housekeeping Seal Fund Misused

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Whistleblower Penuel Tanio, chairman of the Whistleblowers’ Association for Reforms and Responsible Action for Nationalist Transformation (WARRANT), has expressed disgust and dismay over what he alleged was the lackluster attitude of provincial Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) officials led Mary Joy Meredith Madayag who appeared to be condoning the evident irregularities in the application of the Municipality of Candoni’s Good Seal of Housekeeping, specifically the use of its P2-M fund as winnings.

Whistleblower Bares Long-Time Irregularities in Cash-Strapped Mountain Town

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The chairman of a legal, legitimate Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)-registered anti-graft and corruption advocacy group, bared what he alleged were long-time massive irregularities in the town of Candoni in the once- insurgency-afflicted mountains of Southern Negros.

Penuel Tanio, chairman of the Whistleblowers’ Association Reforms and Responsible Action for Nationalist Transformation (WARRANT) told DYRL "Tungkaron Ta Ini" program hostz Edgar Cadagat and Jeffrey Gelangre that the irregularities consisted of the town’s annual budget in the past several years and multi-million peso grants from foreign aid foundations.

This, he related in a letter to Commission on Audit (COA) officials "which in turn took a long time to respond."

TThe however response consisted of auditors from the national COA who paid a visit to investigate Tanio’s allegations a few days ago.


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