My opinion is She does not deserve to be our senator!
to Cynthia Villar: Just wait when you become sick we will not take care of you and you will know the value of a nurse.
following video will give you details why we need nurses.
Midsayap.com does not support Cynthia Villar.
To all SCC HS Batch 1992 Graduates, a reunion will be held in your favor for free, (hassle free on you part almost all is expense paid) at TWIN CUBS HAVEN HOTEL, on December 27, 2012, registration starts at 0700 in the morning. Prizes and surprises await those who show up.
Please preregister with Wenda May Magatao, if possible, to have a better estimate of the food.
British embassy supports anti corruption campaign of the Philippine government. Check this Link http://blogs.fco.gov.uk/stephenlillie/2012/01/18/the-philippines-great-expectations/
MANILA, Philippines – President Benigno Aquino III has enacted a law reapportioning Cotabato into three legislative districts ahead of next year’s mid-term elections.
Republic Act 10177 adds another district to Cotabato, which has a population of at least 1.2 million. It was signed into law last Friday, said Undersecretary Abigail Valte, deputy presidential spokesperson.
The incumbent lawmakers will continue to represent the first and second districts of the province until the new representatives are elected.
The first district covers Pikit, Pigkawayan, Alamada, Libungan, Midsayap and Aleosan municipalities; the second district, Kidapawan City and Makilala, Magpet, Roxas, Antipas and Arakan municipalities; and third district, Banilisan, Carmen, Kabacan, Matalam, Mlang and Tulunan.
The reapportionment will become effective in the next national elections, the law said.
The Commission on Elections will issue the rules for the implementation of the law.
With its growing population, Cotabato deserved another district, Senator Ferdinand Marcos, chairman of the local government committee, said in his May sponsorship speech.
“The province of Cotabato is economically stable. It is considered as Mindanao’s food basket for being the primary producer of cereals, tropical fruits, vegetables, sugarcane, coconut, coffee, freshwater fish, and livestock,” the senator said.
The bill was authored by Representatives Nancy Catamco and Jesus Sacdalan, representing second and first districts of North Cotabato, respectively. Senator Panfilo Lacson filed a counterpart bill, saying that the province, with its more than 1 million population, was “under-represented.” Midsayap
KIDAPAWAN CITY (MindaNews/04 September) – For the second year in a row, the Catholic church has become the beneficiary of the “Kumbira sa Kapitolyo” (Feast at the Capitol) of the province of North Cotabato’s Kalivungan Festival and 98th Foundation Anniversary.
The “Kumbira sa Kapitolyo” took place after the culmination program on Saturday, September 1, where lunch packs were sold for just P10 each.
The lunch packs contained bottled water, rice, fried chicken, steak and muffins.
Last year, capitol’s neighbor, the Good Shepherd Quasi Parish was the lone beneficiary of the P200,000 proceeds from the Kumbira.
THE Davao City Prosecutor’s Office (CPO) dismissed the case against three men accused in the killing of a gym instructor.
In a resolution penned by Prosecutor Mariam Mastura-Linsangan, the robbery with homicide case against Renante Sereno, Edre Galladora and Manuel Ceballos Jr. was dropped for insufficiency of evidence.
The three were among the five suspects tagged in the brutal slaying of Cheryl Gay Grafilo, 31, of Poblacion 6 in Midsayap in North Cotabato, who succumbed to multiple stab wounds.
As like any town fiesta in Cotabato activities include
- Motocross Midsayap
- Halad Fiesta
- Peryahan and rides like ferris wheel and such
- Beauty Pageant Contest
- Midsayap Mardi Gras
- Midsayap food festival
- Midsayap Sugba Festival
- Midsayap Halad Festival
- Agro-Industrial Fair
- Trade Fair
- Marathon Contest
- Float Contest
- Midsayap Parade
Aleosan Town Fiesta
Tacurong City Fiesta
Libungan Town Fiesta
Alamada Town Fiesta
Pigkawayan Town fiesta
Matalam Town Fiesta
Kabacan Town Fiesta
Pikit Town Fiesta
Cotabato City Founders Day
Sunrise Sunset tables
Sun Rise Sun Set Tables
Sun Rise Sun Set Table
Notre Dame of Midsayap College
KORONADAL CITY, South Cotabato, May 1 (PIA) — Some 40 fisherfolk in confict-affected village in Midsayap, North Cotabato are set to benefit from tilapia fingerlings distribution and turn-over of nine units of fish ponds from the government.
Plan for the fingerlings dispersal and fish pond turn-over in the remote village of Olandang is being finalized by the office of North Cotabato 1st District Rep. Jesus Sacdalan and the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources, and officials of the local government unit.
Dominador Aspacio, congressional district office staff, said the fingerlings will be dispersed free to help residents begin a sustainable livelihood.