October 2016 NAPOLCOM exam Online application scheduling (OLEASS)



MANILA, Philippines - The National Police Commission (NAPOLCOM) announced recently the conduct of Philippine National Police (PNP entrance) and Promotional examinations on October 16, 2016. Details of the period of Online Exam Application Scheduling System (OLEASS) are available on this page.

October 2016 NAPOLCOM exam Online application scheduling (OLEASS)

NAPOLCOM said that applicants shall utilize the on-line system to request the Regional Office for their schedule on the filing of examination application.

UPDATENAPOLCOM online application scheduling system OLEASS for October 2016 PNP exam now up

The PNP ENTRANCE EXAMINATION is open to all Filipino citizens who meet the age, height and educational requirements.

The PROMOTIONAL EXAMINATIONS are open exclusively to all qualified uniformed members of the PNP who meet the minimum qualification standards for examination in terms of rank and eligibility.

The period of Online Application Scheduling for PNP Entrance Exam is set on July 18-22, 2016 (OLEASS available at 12 noon of July 18, 2016 onwards).

Period of Online Application Scheduling for PO Exam is on July 25-29, 2016 (available at 12 noon, July 25, 2016 onwards).

Meanwhile, scheduling for Senior Police Officer, Inspector and Superintendent examinations is on August 1-5, 2016 (OLEASS available at 12 noon, August 1, 2016 onwards).

The application system or OLEASS can be accessed through NAPOLCOM website or direct to www.napolcom-oleass.com.

The period of filing of application is on August 15 - September 9, 2016.

"Applicants should personally appear at the NAPOLCOM Regional Office on the date assigned to them, with their printed on-line confirmation letter and other required documents, for further evaluation," the agency added.

How to get scheduled appointment for filing of appication for the PNP Entrance and Promotional exam?

1. Applicant logs on the NAPOLCOM official website or direct to www.napolcom-oleass.com and fills out the ncecessary fields such as examination title, full name, address, cellphone number, email address and present rank.

2. After filling out the mandatory fields, applicant to submit form. A CONFIRMATION will appear if registration was successful. If not, the process should be repeated.

3. Press the PRINT CONFIRMATION LETTER button flashed on the screen to print the confirmation letter.

Note: The examination center where the applicant shall take the promotional exam is automatically assigned by the computer system based on the home address or unit/assignment address provided by the police applicant.

Check out full details of NAPOLCOM exams this October 2016:






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Manila Room Assignments for June 2016 NLE nursing board exam



The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) has released full list of room assignments for June 2016 nursing board exam or nurse licensure examination (NLE). Takers in Metro Manila or NCR may now check list on this page.

Manila Room Assignments for June 2016 NLE nursing board exam

The nurse licensure exam on June 5 and 6 will be held at the University of the East (UE) in Claro M. Recto, College of Holy Spirit in Mendiola and Saint Joseph Mendiola in E. Rodriguez, Quezon City.

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Aside from Manila, NLE will be conducted also in the following test centers: Baguio City, Laoag, Angeles, Cabanatuan, Cebu, Dagupan, Davao, Iloilo, Legazpi, Lucena, Pagadian, Tacloban, Tuguegarao, Zamboanga, Cagayan de Oro (CDO) and Bacolod.

Check out the program of the upcoming nurse licensure exam here.

Those awaiting results can find on this page the full list of passers once released online.

Good luck NLE takers!



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FULL LIST: Room Assignment for June 2016 NLE nursing board exam



(Updated June 3, 2016) Those awaiting the room assignment for June 2016 nursing board exam or nurse licensure examination (NLE) can find here the full list of room and school assignment as officially released by the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) in 4-5 working days before the exam.

Room Assignment for June 2016 NLE nursing board exam

The nursing board exam will be given on Sunday and Monday, June 5 and 6, 2016 in Manila, Baguio City, Laoag, Angeles, Cabanatuan, Cebu, Dagupan, Davao, Iloilo, Legazpi, Lucena, Pagadian, Tacloban, Tuguegarao, Zamboanga, Cagayan de Oro (CDO) and Bacolod.

RELATED: June 2016 NLE Results Nursing Board Exam

The May 2016 NLE consists of five parts namely: Nursing Practice I (Basic Foundation of Nursing and Professional Nursing Practice), Nursing Practice II (Community Health Nursing and Care of the Mother and Child), Nursing Practice III (Care of Clients with Physiologic and Psychological Alternations - Part A), Nursing Practice IV (Care of Clients with Physiologic and Psychological Alternations - Part B) and Nursing Practice V (Care of Clients with Physiologic and Psychological Alternations - Part C).

Below are the room assignments of examinees for June 2016 Licensure Examination for Nurses (check back for the updates):

General Instructions for June 2016 NLE Room Assignment

1.Examinees should report before 6:30 in the morning every examination day. LATE EXAMINEES WILL NOT BE ADMITTED.

2. Bring the following: Notice of Admission (NOA), Official Receipt, pencils no. 1 or 2, black ball pens, metered-stamped window mailing envelope, long brown and long plastic envelopes.

3.CELLULAR PHONES AND OTHER ELECTRONIC GADGETS ARE STRICTLY PROHIBITED.

4.Wear the prescribed dress code.

PRC also released the program and important reminders for the upcoming nursing board exam.


TheSummitExpress will also update this site for the results of May 2016 NLE once released by the PRC.

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Baron Geisler, Kiko Matos to fight each other inside URCC cage



MANILA, Philippines- The Universal Reality Combat Championship (URCC) has confirmed that the fight is on between celebrity Baron Geisler and indie actor Kiko Matos.

Baron Geisler, Kiko Matos to fight each other inside URCC cage

On Tuesday, May 31, the URCC confirmed on its Facebook page that the two will settle their differences inside the cage at the Palace Pool Club in Taguig City on June 25.

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"Baron Geisler just contacted our match-maker over the phone and says that he wants to settle everything with Kiko Matos inside the cage on URCC Fight Night this coming June 25, 2016 at the Palace Pool Club,” the Philippine-based MMA company wrote on its page.


A day prior to Geisler’s confirmation, Matos informed URCC’s match maker Ronald Catunao that he has accepted the challenge and will start training as soon as Geisler agrees to fight with him.


URCC president and founder Alvin Aguilar decided to invite the two, who got involved in a bar brawl in Quezon City over the weekend, saying this is an opportunity for them to make something good happen out of their altercation.

“If you guys are going to fight in the bar, you guys are both actors, famous personalities now, that doesn’t set a good example for anybody. Why don’t you settle your fight like real Filipino men? You go in the cage, you finish it, after that kamayan, then tapos na,” he said.

According to Aguilar, they will be charging tickets in order to raise funds for a charity.

Since both actors are not professional fighters and have no professional MMA training, both will compete in the pro-am part of the URCC.

Geisler, whose brother Donnie Geisler is a former taekwondo olympian and coach, has a black belt in taekwondo.

--Mini, The Summit Express



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Ravena, Gilas Cadets out of PBA 2016 Draft



MANILA, Philippines - Fresh from an immaculate tour of duty in the recently concluded SEABA Stankovic Cup in Thailand, the Gilas cadets led by the top collegiate ballers of the country finally came home with a warm hero’s welcome. The cadets, under the mentorship of Coach Nash Racela, humiliated the host country and bagged the gold for the second straight time on Saturday, May 28.

Ravena, Gilas Cadets out of PBA 2016 Draft

With the new FIBA tournament format, instead of winning a spot for the Olympics and World Cup from the usual zonal championships, the teams will now play for series of home and away round robin games in order to earn tickets to the prestigious cups. The Cadets are now being expected to play vital roles to keep the Philippines on top of Asian basketball.

There are just barely three more months before the PBA open its door for the next pro-aspirants. Sadly, the cadets bannered by UAAP stalwart Kiefer Ravena will have to pass this year’s draft to continue the country’s national basketball team’s program.

This morning, out-going Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas (SBP) President Manny V. Pangilinan confirmed in an interview conducted by Interaksyon that Ravena, along with thirteen other cadets have now officially committed to continue training and playing for the flag and country. Most of the games that the cadets will play in fall on PBA seasons. So Gilas mainstays will more likely be all unavailable and this leaves the cadets to step in and represent the Philippines.

For PBA coaches and management, this year’s draft will be a shallow one due to the absence of the top collegiate cagers. Newly crowned Rain or Shine Head Coach Yeng Guiao is not really excited about the league’s upcoming annual event. “We only have our regular pick, so this means we’ll be picking late. Ang tingin namin mga hanggang five or six lang yung marketable talaga na puwedeng kunin, so we’re not that excited about the draft,” the fiery mentor said.

Together with the 6-foot guard Ravena are FEU gunners Mac Belo, Mike Tolomia, RR Pogoy, Russell Escoto, Perpetual Altas hot-shot Jio Jalalon, King Tiger Kevin Ferrer and fellow-Eagle Von Pessumal that could make this year’s draft more interesting will be seeing more action in international hard courts instead for at least a year more.

Former UAAP MVP and NBADL Texas Legend shooting guard Bobby Ray Parks Jr. is also doubtful to participate in the said draft. Parks, who’s doing well with Nick Van Exel and the rest of the legends is currently in town to try his luck in taking a spot in the Gilas Pilipinas team who will play for the Olympic qualifiers in July. According to Parks, his main focus for now is to help the national team in preparation for their upcoming battle against France, New Zealand and Canada here in Manila.

With the cadets out of the picture, Jason Perkins, Arnold Van Opstal, Alfonso Gotladera, Ed Dacuiaog, Kyle Neypes and other PBA DLeaguers will be the remaining options for the PBA teams come October this year.

--Joey Boy Capos, The Summit Express



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Duterte skips proclamation; Robredo promises 100% support for Digong



MANILA, Philippines - Exactly a month before the oath taking ceremony, the Congress has proclaimed Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte and Camarines Sur solon Leni Robredo as winners of the May 2016 elections on Monday, May 30.

President Rodrigo Duterte and VP Leni

Based on the certificates canvassed by the Congress, Duterte received a total of 16,601,997 votes making him the 16th president of the Philippines. Meanwhile, Robredo, who garnered 14,418,817 votes, has become the country’s incoming vice president.

While Robredo came in full force with her three daughters, Duterte opted to skip the ceremony which he described as “corny.” Instead, his lawyer and spokesperson Salvador Panelo represented him during the proclamation rites.

In his interview with the media on Saturday, May 28, Duterte revealed: “I am not attending any proclamation. I’ve never attended any proclamation in my life.”

Aside from Duterte, past presidents including Ferdinand Marcos Sr., Manuel Roxas, and Manuel Quezon didn’t attend their proclamation ceremonies.

Robredo’s daughters Aika, Tricia and Jillian accompanied Robredo up to the rostrum where her hands were raised by Senate President Franklin Drilon and Speaker of the House Feliciano Belmonte Jr., both of whom are members of the Liberal party.

"On behalf of the Filipino people and the House of Representatives, Madame vice president, please accept our congratulations on your honorous election as the vice president of the Republic of the Philippines,” said Belmonte.


Robredo promises 100% support for president

During a press conference after the proclamation ceremony, Robredo claimed that she is looking forward to have a good working relationship with President-elect Duterte.

Although the two come from opposing political parties PDP-Laban and Liberal party, Robredo said she will give her 100% support to Duterte even if she disagrees with some of his views.

“Very hopeful ako na magiging maganda naman ang aming working relationship. Maraming bagay na magakaiba kami ng pananaw, pero palagay ko hindi yun dahilan para hindi maganda ang aming samahan,” Robredo told reporters.

(I’m very hopeful that we will have a good working relationship. We may disagree on many things but I think it won’t be a reason for us not to have a good working relationship.)

Watch her video below.


--Mini, The Summit Express



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Mocha Uson denies calling Leni Robredo a cheater; explains controversial Facebook post



MANILA, Philippines - Sexy star Mocha Uson made some clarifications about her controversial statement about Vice President-elect Leni Robredo on her Facebook page.

Mocha Uson
Photo Credit: Mocha Uson Blog
The outspoken member of girl group Mocha Girls addressed supporters of the Camarines Sur solon, whom she called “yellow warriors,” after coming under fire for a post on Facebook regarding Robredo. In the controversial Facebook post, Uson warned Robredo that they will be watching over her.

Uson also threatened the incoming vice president that Duterte Die Hard supporters (DDS) will be forced to remove her from the office if she will not support President-elect Rodrigo Duterte.


Because Uson was widely criticized for her statement about Robredo, the celebrity supporter of the Duterte-Cayetano tandem clarified some issues concerning her post.

“Never ko sinabing nandaya si VP Leni. (I didn’t say that VP Leni cheated.) As a matter of fact I even said I respect the results of this election,” Uson wrote.

Uson, who claims she doesn’t support Robredo nor her closest rival Sen. Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos, repeatedly said her loyalty is with losing vice presidential aspirant Sen. Alan Peter Cayetano. She also denied mentioning plan B in her statement.

“I am not a supporter of BBM nor Leni because I still believe that Cayetano is the best VP for Pres. Duterte.”

Although Uson respects the results of the elections, she said DDS will be watching over Robredo, who is a member of the Liberal Party.

“Her loyalty should no longer be with Aquino, Roxas or to her Party. Her loyalty should be to our President Duterte and since you are the VP of our country, dapat ang katapatan mo ay sa bayan din (your loyalty should be to our nation).

Towards the end of her post, Uson said that they will support Robredo if she will support Duterte.


--Mini, The Summit Express



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PLDT, Globe acquire San Miguel telco business



MANILA, Philippines - Dominant carriers Philippine Long Distance Telephone Company (PLDT) and Globe Telecom Inc. (Globe) officially announced today the acquisition of the telecommunications business of San Miguel Corporation (SMC) by 50-50 share basis.

PLDT' Chairman Manny V. Pangilinan and Globe CEO Ernest Cu.
PLDT' Chairman Manny V. Pangilinan and Globe CEO Ernest Cu. Photo Credit: Smart/Globe Twitter accounts
This milestone in the telecommunications industry highlights PLDT and Globe's access to valuable 700-megahertz spectrum, a frequency that covers more ground and penetrates indoors to significantly improve Internet speed, quality and coverage.

PLDT Chief Executive Officer, Manuel V Pangilinan, said, "This transaction offers a breakthrough opportunity, not only for the companies involved but also for the industry and the country. This will enable existing operators to provide significantly improved Internet and data services to the public and to our customers in the shortest possible time."

"Buying SMC's telco/frequencies to provide "much needed capacity to improve mobile browsing speeds," Globe CEO Ernest Cu said.

The consideration for the acquisition of the SMC telecommunications business is PHP69.1 billion which includes PHP52.08 billion for 100% equity interest in Vega Telecom, Inc ("Vega Telecom") and the assumption of around PHP17.02 billion of liabilities. Vega Telecom owns controlling interests in Bell Telecommunication Philippines, Inc, Eastern Telecommunications Philippines, Inc, Cobaltpoint Telecommunication, Inc (formerly Extelcom), and Tori Spectrum Telecommunication, Inc (formerly Wi-Tribe), and Hi- Frequency Telecommunication, Inc.

The consideration for the acquisition of New Century is PHP691 million which includesPHP576 million for 100% equity interest and the assumption of around PHP115 million of liabilities. Total consideration for the acquisition of eTelco is PHP206 million which includes PHP191 million for 100% equity interest and the assumption of around PHP15 million of liabilities.

The equity portion of the consideration for Vega Telecom, New Century and eTelco is PHP52.85 billion on an aggregate basis and will be paid in three (3) tranches. The First Payment of 50% will be made upon signing, the Second Payment of 25% six (6) months after the First Payment, and the final 25% at 12 months after the First Payment. PLDT will pay 50% of the equity portion of the consideration to acquire its 50% equity interest in each of Vega Telecom, New Century and eTelco. The liabilities of PHP17.15 billion will be assumed by PLDT and Globe upon signing.

In a statement, San Miguel Corp. CEO said the move is a sacrifice to harness the full potential of having faster Internet speed in the country.



This Acquisition will provide significant benefits to PLDT, Smart, TNT and Sun Cellular customers, further improve Internet and data services for the public, and speed up the country's overall development efforts. Following the Acquisition, customers will progressively experience faster Internet and higher call and data quality across the fixed and mobile networks of PLDT and Smart. Capacity and coverage, both indoor and outdoor, will be expanded and enhanced. This will enable PLDT to provide attractive mobile connectivity and digital services to its consumer and enterprise customers at affordable prices. Stronger networks and connectivity are key enablers for individual and enterprise sector productivity and cost efficiency.

Access to these much-needed radio frequencies, especially the 700MHz, is likely to raise PLDT's capex by US$1 00 Million for 2016 and 2017. The rollout of service on the 700 MHz will be accelerated, allowing PLDT's fixed and wireless subscribers to enjoy the significant benefits of this frequency at the soonest possible time. The additional spectrum will result in wider coverage and more efficient network utilization. This will enable PLDT to pursue a growth-focused expansion of its network and extend Internet services to a larger number of customers in more areas of the country. In particular, Smart will be able to serve better the regional and rural areas of the Philippines by utilizing the 700MHz spectrum. This will help bridge the Digital Divide in the country and create more opportunities to utilize digital technologies to promote rural development. In addition to the 700MHz frequencies, PLDT will also receive supplementary frequencies in the 900MHz and 1800MHz bands which will enhance our current networks and increase capacity, resulting in faster and improved data services.

PLDT and Globe will cause the acquired companies to relinquish certain radio
frequencies in the 700 MHz, 850 MHz, 2500 MHz, and 3500 MHz bands and to return these radio frequencies to the Government through the National Telecommunications Commission ("NTC"). These radio frequencies to be returned by subsidiaries of Vega Telecom to the NTC will be sufficient, together with radio frequencies already held by the NTC, to allow for a third-party operator to enter the market. The Acquisition will thereby help the NTC and the Philippine Government provide for a better utilization of available radio frequency spectrum for mobile services, which will benefit consumers more quickly.

PLDT intends to finance its portion of the Purchase Price primarily through proceeds from the sale of 25% of its equity interest in Beacon Electric Asset Holdings Inc. ("Beacon Electric") to Metro Pacific Investments Corporation ("MPIC") for total consideration of PHP 26.2 billion with the balance coming from a combination of new debt and balance sheet cash. MPIC will pay PHP17.0 billion in cash immediately on completion of the transaction and the balance of PHP9.2 billion in installments over the following four (4) years. Beacon Electric is a special purpose company owned 50-50 by PLDT and MPIC. Beacon Electric holds a 35% interest in Manila Electric Company.

"It leaves the door open for new entrants into the industry. Taken together, this will enable the industry to better support the country's development efforts - especially significant with the onset of a new Government," MVP added.



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No place for Leni in Duterte Cabinet?



MANILA, Philippines - It was earlier reported that president-elect Rodrigo “Rody” Duterte will definitely be assigning a cabinet position to Cong. Leni Robredo whether she wins or loses the vice presidential race. But as of yesterday, May 28, the incoming president said there's no Cabinet post yet for her vice president.

President-elect Rodrigo Duterte, VP-elect Leni Robredo.
President-elect Rodrigo Duterte, VP-elect Leni Robredo. Photo Credit: Respective Facebook pages.
In the eve of Cong. Robredo’s victory, media has asked her if ever she’ll be given a chance to pick a department in the government, what would it be. Mrs. Robredo was anticipating on Duterte’s word days after the national elections that she’ll be considered to handle a cabinet position along with the Davao City Mayor’s vice presidential running mate Sen. Alan Peter Cayetano. In response to that question, the soft-spoken widow of former DILG secretary Jessie Robredo frankly informed the public that she’ll choose the agency that will take care of the poor people like DSWD.

Shots were fired at Cong. Leni when his soon-to-be boss said in an interview that it never crossed his mind to give her a cabinet position. Worst, the vocal Duterte uttered: “I don’t know her. I said I’ve not considered anything for her. I’m more worried about where I would place the friends na nagkautang ako ng loob.” These words are all in contrary to what he as stated early this month.

It’s not a secret that Duterte, along with his board of advisers have already drawn a draft list of his preferred cabinet members. Friends, classmates and political allies’ names are on the whitelist together with a handful of leftists, who, according to the president elect are impressive and are highly qualified to manage the positions that will be assigned to them.

Tatay Digong really wants a very transparent government. According to him, transparency will really and should start with the government officials down to the employees. In this regard, he promised to publish every job openings publicly and everyone should strictly follow the correct process. Referrals from the seated leaders is no good for him. Once the applicant is recommended by an official, he or she will automatically be declined. This is the reason also why he’s so kind to publicize his cabinet members wishlist.

Promising a drug-free country during his six-year term, Mayor Duterte has already announced that he himself will head the DILG to directly supervise the entire PNP and execute his blueprint in crime and drug busting. In Leni Robredo’s case, it will be almost close to being impossible now for her to have a cabinet position. Together with this is her closest vice presidential rival, Sen. BongBong Marcos’ plan of filing a protest for his alleged electoral cheating accusations towards Atty. Robredo and the entire Liberal Party. With Sen. Marcos’ objection on the election results, the presidential and vice presidential proclamations might be put on hold.

As they say, there’s no thing such as an easy win. Just like Leni Roberedo’s present situation. The 263,000 vote lead over Marcos is an indication of a tight and rough road that she’s taking. Even getting a cabinet position is not an easy thing to do for her.

--Joey Boy Capos, The Summit Express



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VIDEO: Timoty Pepito sings "Natutulog ba Ang Diyos," joins Team Sharon on Voice Kids Season 3



MANILA, Philippines - Young artist from San Jose del Monte, Bulacan not just inspired the viewers on his goal joining ABS-CBN's vocal competition 'The Voice Kids' Season 3 but he also wowed the coaches.

Timoty Pepito sings "Natutulog ba Ang Diyos," joins Team Sharon on Voice Kids Season 3
Photo Credit: ABS-CBN/The Voice Kids
Seven-year old Timoty Pepito who sang Gary Valenciano's "Natutulog ba Ang Diyos" in the blind auditions on Sunday, May 29, impressed Coach Lea Salonga and Sharon Cuneta.

"Para po mapagamot ang papa ko at maayos ang bahay namin," Timoty said when asked why he auditioned for 'The Voice.'

"Yung boses mo, tama lang ang liit at laki na pinaghalo. Tapos, na-feel ko ang kanta mo. Ano man ang mga notes na namiss mo kanina ay aayusin natin 'yan," Coach Sharon said.

"Sa akin naman busog na busog ka naman sa lahat ng matutunan mo dito sa The Voice Kids. Pero ang puso ko nakuha mo na," Coach Lea commented.

Rock icon Bamboo Bamboo Mañalac did not turn for Timoty due to some flaws in the delivery.

Timoty joined the Team of Sharon.

WATCH: The Voice of the Philippines Blind Audition "Natutulog ba Ang Diyos" by Timoty Pepito (video courtesy of ABS-CBN)


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During the Blind Auditions on Season 3, each coach must now form a team of 24 young artists, instead of the usual 18 during the 1st and 2nd seasons.

The Voice Kids is hosted by Luis Manzano, Robi Domingo and newest member Kim Chiu.

The first episode of the newest season premiered on Saturday on which three chair-turners emerged: Yessha dela Calzada of Cebu City, Xylein Herrera of Boracay and John Paul Gumandoy from Liloan, Cebu.




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VIDEO: Eleana Gabunada makes 3-chair turn on 'The Voice Kids' Season 3



MANILA, Philippines - Eleana Gabunada was a three-chair turner on ABS-CBN's newest season of singing competition 'The Voice Kids Philippines' during the blind auditions on Saturday, May 29, 2016.

Eleana Gabunada makes 3-chair turn on 'The Voice Kids' Season 3
Photo Credit: ABS-CBN/ The Voice Kids Philippines
Gabunada belted out Rachel Platten's hit song "Fight Song" which impressed coaches Broadway Diva Lea Salonga, rock icon Bamboo Bamboo Mañalac and Season 3's new judge Megastar Sharon Cuneta.

"Sigurado ka bang 7 years old ka? Kasi yung talent mo parang mas matanda yung kumakanta eh!,"Coach Lea said.

Cuneta explained why she did not turn immediately or after Coach Lea.

"Meron naman, ine-enjoy muna boses mo. Pag harap, ay na-in love na sayo! Gusto ka na ngang iuwi eh!" -Coach Sharon

Meanwhile, the 7-year old young artist from Parañaque City picked Team Lea.

WATCH: The Voice of the Philippines Blind Audition "Fight Song" by Eleana Gabunada (video courtesy of ABS-CBN)


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During the Blind Auditions on Season 3, each coach must now form a team of 24 young artists, instead of the usual 18 during the 1st and 2nd seasons.

The Voice Kids is hosted by Luis Manzano, Robi Domingo and newest member Kim Chiu.

The first episode of the newest season premiered on Saturday on which three chair-turners emerged: Yessha dela Calzada of Cebu City, Xylein Herrera of Boracay and John Paul Gumandoy from Liloan, Cebu.




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Congress wraps up canvassing, Robredo wins VP race



MANILA, Philippines – The wait is finally over. We now have a new Vice President in the name of Camarines Sur Rep. Leni Robredo. As of of 7:13 p.m. on Friday, May 27, the Congress has wrapped up their canvassing with the widow of the late Jessie Robredo edging her close rival, Sen. BongBong Marcos by 263, 473 votes.

Vice President-elect Leni Robredo.
Vice President-elect Leni Robredo.
Today marks the 57th birthday of the late Naga City Mayor and DILG Secretary. “It was so coincidental that the Congress finished their canvassing on my husband’s birthday.” Uttered by the soft-spoken congresswoman in an interview at her husband’s mausoleum.

It was almost two weeks ago when the neck and neck vice presidential race started. It was all a seesaw battle between Cong. Robredo and Sen. Marcos. But when the partial and unofficial counting ended, Leni led BongBong by a slim margin of two hundred thousand plus. The Ilocos pride didn’t like the results at all. He vowed to file a formal protest and even accused Liberal Party of electoral manipulation.

Along with the cheating allegations, Leni has also been involved in the “Plan B” rumor of the present administration. Since LP presidential candidate Mar Roxas lost to Davao City Mayor Rodrigo “Rody” Duterte, a black propaganda emerged that if Cong. Robredo wins as the vice president, an anti-Duterte alliance will be formed in order to over-throw or impeach Rody Duterte so that Robredo can assume the presidency and LP will once again take over the government.

LP completely denied the “Plan B” accusation. In retaliation, Cong. Leni exclaimed: “Sino lang ba ang may pangarap maging presidente? Di ba sya lang naman?” Pertaining to her political rival, Sen. Marcos.

Unlike, the very tight vice presidential battle, presumptive president Rody Duterte still won over his contenders by an insurmountable 7 million votes after the official canvassing. Even “Tatay Digong” knew that Leni will be his vice president, so he has included her in his list of officials who will be given special tasks to run the government the “Duterte way”.

Couple of hours before the canvassing closed on Friday evening, Marcos was still leading Robredo by a little over 80,000 votes. But when the COCs from Antique and IloIlo came in, Leni finally went ahead of Bongbong until the very last vote has been counted.

According to Congress, they might do the presidential and vice-presidential proclamations on Monday. But before it happens, Sen. BongBong Marcos’ camp is expected to file official complaint that might delay and prolong Digong and Leni’s proclamation as the new top leaders of the country.

Atty. Leni is currently in Naga City to celebrate his late spouse’s birthday. They just finished hearing a mass when the news broke. The humble widow was so happy upon hearing the news. When congratulated by the media people for winning the position, Mrs. Robredo commented “thank you. But we’re not being proclaimed yet.”

Cong. Robredo finished the media interview with complementing the Congress for a job well done and a faster turn around. She was expecting that the canvassing will last until the second week of June.

As of publishing time, no comments have been released yet by the camp of Sen. Bong Bong Marcos. One thing is for sure, he will not easily concede and give up just yet.

--Joey Boy Capos, The Summit Express



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Are you ready for 2016 YouTube Fan Fest Manila?



MANILA, Philippines - The biggest gathering of YouTube creators and Filipino fans is all set today, May 27 at the World Trade Center, Pasay City.

Crazy vibes at the 2015 Youtube Fanfest Manila.
Crazy vibes at the 2015 Youtube Fanfest Manila. Photo Credit: Instagram/youtubefanfest
Creator stars Alex Wassabi, Tiffany Alvord, Tyler Ward, AJ Rafael, Connor Franta, Wengie, Tanner Patrick, The Filharmonic, and Gab Valenciano, join local performers Lloyd Cafe Cadena, Abra, Mikey Bustos, and Bogart the Explorer to perform live for thousands of Pinoy fans for the 2016 Youtube Fanfest Manila.

To get the most out of the experience, check out some reminders!

1. Have a good breakfast. Food and drinks (soda, juice, and water) are available in the venue. Alcohol is a big no-no.

2. Keep your bags small. Big bags won’t be allowed inside so just bring items you need the most for a hassle-free night. All you need is yourself and an extra sparkle of fun!

3. Dress comfortably. Wear clothes that will let you jump, dance, and groove along your favorite YouTube creators! Get ready to stand for long hours too so don your cutest pair of sneakers or flats!

4. Arrive early. Queues may get long so make sure to pack some ounce of patience too. You may bring a big handkerchief or a small towel that will fit in a small bag to sit on whenever you get tired.

5. Stay connected. You don’t want to miss out on taking awesome photos or videos right? Bring your charger and power banks so you can tell your mom and dad, and even the world you’re having a grand time! The last thing you want is an empty battery! Yikes.

6. Bring smiles everywhere. Get ready to dance, laugh, sing along and shriek in delight for your favorite YouTube creators and create fun memories with newfound friends.

7. Stay safe. If you need assistance about anything, do approach the security personnel stationed all over the place.

8. Lastly -- don’t forget your ticket. This is your ultimate pass to a fantastic Friday night!

To add excitement to the FanFest, YouTube will let fans experience what it feels like to be a creator for a day at a special YouTube Creator Fair. Themed booths will be set up to serve as studios for fans to create their own video content.

For those who did not have a chance to grab tickets, YouTube FanFest Philippines 2016 will be available on livestream. Watch it here.




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LOOK: 'Beauty Queen Cop' joins Duterte's security team



MANILA, Philippines – With more than a month to go before presumptive president Rodrigo “Rody” Duterte officially assumes the presidential seat, the Presidential Security Group (PSG) has now assigned some of its best men to protect the current Davao City Mayor and his family.

Do you know how difficult it is to be a presidential security guard? It’s tough. Really tough. It is not enough for one to be a police officer or just to be an army. One needs to undergo a special training designed for VIP protection.

For many, a VIP body guard should look fierced, stone-bodied and ready to catch a bullet anytime for the sake of his high-profiled boss. Those are just few of the many requirements that a PSG must have.

In case of the incoming president, aside from being a sharp-shooter, good looks are also prerequisites. Just like the newly appointed close-in security of “Tatay Digong.” A former beauty queen, a ramp model and most of all, a world-class police officer. Meet Police Inspector Sofia Loren Deliu from Baguio City.

Sofia Deliu Duterte cop
“Reporting for duty Mr. President.” Photo Credit: Sofia Deliu Instagram account
After Police Officer Neil Perez won the 2015 Mister Philippines and Mister Universe, another police hottie came out and made the male netizens go frenzy. Ms. Deliu, a half-Filipino and half-Romanian joined the prestigious Binibining Pilipinas pageant in 2015 became an instant online sensation. She may not have won the contest, but definitely won the hearts of the Filipino people for her environmental law advocacy.

Arguably the most beautiful police woman in the country, Police Inspector Sofia Deliu
Arguably the most beautiful police woman in the country, Police Inspector Sofia Deliu. Photo Credit: Sofia Deliu Instagram account

Arguably the most beautiful police woman in the country, Police Inspector Sofia Deliu

Arguably the most beautiful police woman in the country, Police Inspector Sofia Deliu

The 25 year-old police woman is a BS Tourism graduate. But after her college degree, she entered Philippine National Police Academy (PNPA) and earned the badge.

At the ge of 14, she already got into modelling. She had also joined various national beauty contests. But what pushed her to be a cop instead of pursuing her modeling career that could’ve brought her to the international catwalks? As a Baguio native, Sofia obviously loves nature. She really believes that combining beauty and badge can help save the environment from the abusive and lawless criminals like illegal loggers, illegal miners and endangered animals poachers. An environmental ambassador or advocate in short.

Behind that pretty face of Inspector Deliu. I’m pretty sure you don’t want to mess with those guns.

Police Inspector Sofia Deliu
Looks can kill. And so her gun.
Ms. Sofia will be seen in action for the first time under his new boss at the Davao Crocodile Farm next week to watch out for crooks and trouble makers to protect the presumptive president at his victory party. With Officer Deliu at Digong’s side, our president is pretty much secured!

A snappy salute to you Police Inspector Sofia Deliu!

--Joey Boy Capos, The Summit Express



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LOOK: Man attempting suicide jumps into lion cage



In an attempt to commit suicide, a 20-year-old man stripped nak*d and broke into a lion cage inside Metropolitan Zoo in Santiago, Chile.

Although the man identified by local media as Franco Luis Ferrada Roman survived the horrific incident, two African lions had to be put down to prevent them from mauling him.

Luis Ferrada Roman survived the horrific incident
Luis Ferrada Roman survived the horrific incident, but two African lions had to be put down to prevent them from mauling him. PHOTO CREDIT: The Daily Mail UK
Apparently, the man broke into the enclosure, removed all his clothes and jumped into the cage in front of other visitors including children. Inside the cage, the lions didn’t immediately attack Roman as they were seen “playing with him.” However, zookeepers had no choice but to shoot the lions in order to save Roman as he was already being attacked by the pair.

Alejandra Montalba, the director of the zoo, told the local media: “We believe that this person entered as a visitor and paid for his ticket. Later he trespassed into an area where the public are not normally allowed and we understand that he forced the roof of the lion's enclosure.”

“It was from there that he jumped, took off his clothes and started to attract the lions,” she added.

Deeply affected by the untimely deaths of the male and female lions, Montalba explained that there were no fast-acting tranquilizers to stop the lions from attacking Roman.

“The zoo has an established protocol because people's lives are very important to us,” Montalba said.

Meanwhile, witness Cynthia Vasquez claimed that the zoo security personnel had a slow response. She also insisted that the lions did not immediately attack Roman.

A couple of other witnesses also said that they heard Roman screaming “religious things” inside the cage.

A suicide note, which was later found in Roman’s clothes, revealed that the man several references to the apocalypse as the reason behind his suicide attempt.

Roman suffered several injuries as well as head and pelvic area trauma but is no longer in a life-threatening condition.

Watch the video report below.


--Mini, The Summit Express



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LOOK: Is China selling human meat to Africa?



Early this May, a series of morbid photos supposedly showing marinated, canned human meat surfaced and began circulating on Facebook. Allegedly, China is producing corned beef using dead bodies and selling the canned products to Africa.

 Is China selling human meat to Africa?
After the photos went viral, Yang Youming, China’s ambassador in Zambia, issued a statement to dispel rumours that China is indeed selling dead bodies as meat products in Africa. PHOTO CREDIT: Snopes.com
In a statement, Youming told China’s Xinhua news agency: “Today, a local tabloid newspaper is openly spreading a rumour, claiming that the Chinese use human meat to make corned beef and sell it to Africa.”

“This is completely a malicious slandering and vilification which is absolutely unacceptable to us. We hereby express our utmost anger and the strongest condemnation over such an act,” Youming added.

Hoax-busting website snopes.com supported Youming’s claims and revealed the true sources of the gruesome images. Apparently, the photos, which appear to show a dead human body in a slaughterhouse, was snapped during a publicity stunt in London’s Smithfield Market. Animal meat products shaped to resemble human body parts were sold in Wesker & Son Resident Evil Human Butchery.

 Is China selling human meat to Africa?

Moreover, at least one of the photos was from the Resident Evil 6 marketing campaign in 2012.

Zambian Depute Defense Minister Christopher Mulenga also issued an apology and ordered an investigation of the incident.

“The government of Zambia regrets the incident in view of the warm relations that exist between Zambia and China,” Mulenga said.

According to Youming, rumors were started by people trying to destroy the “long-standing partnership between Zambia and China. Although China and Zambia have strong business ties, Zambian locals accused Chinese companies of paying low wages and failing to provide safe working conditions to its employee.

--Mini, The Summit Express



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"The Voice Kids" PH Season 3 premieres May 28



MANILA, Philippines - ABS-CBN's top-rating singing competition “The Voice Kids” Philippines is back to give young singers a shot at stardom and help them achieve their dreams for their family as new season begins this Saturday, May 28.

"The Voice Kids" Philippines Season 3 premieres May 28
The Voice Kids Season 3 judges (L-R): Lea Salonga, Bamboo and Sharon Cuneta.
In its third season, the best singing competition for kids will again try to search for the next singing superstar with the help of its superstar coaches: broadway diva Lea Salonga, rock superstar Bamboo, and new coach Megastar Sharon Cuneta.

“Our Top 4 last season was pretty crazy. It’s like, where do we go from here? Now, we’re turning for special kids who have immense potential for improvement. Our standard is pretty much the same – you got to have something we can absolutely work with and we have to be able to see that you have the potential to be the champion of this competition,” said coach Lea.

Coach Bamboo, meanwhile, will try to score a back-to-back win after her artist Elha Nympha was named grand champion last season. “I’ll try. I can’t control things but I’ll try my best. That’s my goal – to pull out the best from every child and see which of them reaches the finals. Here in the country, we have a lot of great singers. But a kid or an adult who can connect, that has a heart and character, is rare.”

But Sharon is not letting the two coaches get their way easily, as she is ready to pull out all the stops for the competition. “It’s my first time to coach here. Every one all over the world knows ‘The Voice.’ It is prestigious. Just to be part of this family gives you a lot of extra points. I am praying that the champ comes from my camp. I’ll really give it all I’ve got – my 38 years of experience.”

This Saturday, the blind auditions – the first part of the competition – will kick off with the coaches using new tricks to try to woo young artists to join their respective teams.

“So far we have found some amazing, talented boys and girls. They’re not just vocally wonderful but they’ve got some really interesting personalities, which have been entertaining for all of us,” shared coach Lea.

The chemistry among the three coaches is also evident in their banter.

“I am so grateful to God for the chemistry. There was no way to find out if there was such a thing among us until we started taping. It seems like the audience laugh a lot, we laugh a lot, we have a lot of fun bantering. It’s a great to be working with two super pros, experts, and icons. I am so honored to be in such great company,” Sharon said.

“It feels great. It feels at home. Ang sarap ng pakiramdam especially with these kids I got recently. It’s been great and fun so far working with Sharon. It’s fun for me because it’s something different. It’s a change, and change is always good,” added Bamboo.

Meanwhile, the third season of “The Voice Kids” will be led by the country’s premier host Luis Manzano, reality star-turned-host Robi Domingo, and the newest addition to the family: “chinita princess” Kim Chiu.

As they join forces, they will guide every young artist in every stage of the competition to help them achieve their dreams.



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LOOK: Crane collapses from a construction site in Makati



MANILA, Philippines - At least two individuals were hurt after a crane from a construction site collapsed along H.V. Dela Costa street in Makati on Thursday, May 26 at around 7:50 a.m.

 Crane collapses from a construction site in Makati
Photo Credit: CNN Philippines
According to the management of the construction site owned by A.M. Oreta Construction Company, a taxi driver and a cyclist were injured in the incident. Cyclist Romeo Lopez, 40, sustained abrasions on the knees and elbows and experienced pain on his left shoulder. Meanwhile, the 47-year-old taxi driver identified as Ramon Romirosa displayed signs of spinal injury.


The construction company will shoulder the medical expenses of the two who were brought to the Makati Medical Center.

"We are currently conducting our own investigation on the cause of the collapse. We are cooperating with authorities....A.M Oreta would like to apologize to those affected by this accident,” the construction company said in a statement.

Apparently, the crane cut through power cables knocking down two telecommunication posts and 5 electric poles, one of which collapsed on a passing taxi. A car parked was also damaged during the incident.

Outgoing Makati Mayor Kid Peña has called for a comprehensive investigation of the incident and instructed to halt the operations on the Salcedo Skysuites, a project of the Megaworld, while the investigation is ongoing.

Peña said: “We are determined to establish what exactly went wrong and who should be liable for the unfortunate incident. Although nobody died, still there were people injured. Public safety is the foremost concern of the city government, and we will not tolerate negligence and non-compliance with our construction laws and standards.”

The crane accident also caused power interruption in the area which will be restored within 5 to 8 hours, according to Meralco spokesperson Joe Zaldarriaga.

--Mini, The Summit Express



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ARMM Passers: April 2016 Civil Service Exam results (CSE-PPT)



The Civil Service Commission(CSC) named the 85 successful examinees of April 2016 Civil Service Exam - Paper and Pencil Test (CSE-PPT) professional level for Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM).

ARMM Passers: April 2016 Civil Service Exam results (CSE-PPT)


CSC announced the results for Civil Service Exam - Paper and Pencil Test (CSE-PPT) professional level on Thursday, May 26.

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The agency added that CS passers who got at least 80 percent score will be eligible for the first and second level positions in the civil service provided the eligibles meet the qualifications and other requirements of the positions (education, experience, and training).

The three-hour test for the professional level includes vocabulary, grammar and correct usage, paragraph organization, reading comprehension, analogy, logic, and numerical reasoning (English and Filipino).

Below is the full list of successful examinees for ARMM (Basilan, Lanao del Sur, Maguindanao, Sulu, Tawi-Tawi) civil service exam (CSE-PPT) professional and sub-professional levels.

April 17, 2016 CSE-PPT
Professional Level

List of Passers
Civil Service Commission Regional Office No. 16 (ARMM)

SeqNo Region ExamNo Name
1 16 574161 ABDUHALIM, AL-HALIM A
2 16 536214 ABDULLAH, NEHAD I
3 16 569632 ABOSOPIAN, JOHNIFA U
4 16 569802 ABUBAKAR, NORMALLAH C
5 16 569467 ADAM, ALIAH B
6 16 570062 ADIONG, MOHAMMAD ASHRIE P
7 16 569271 ALAWI, NAHIDAH B
8 16 569776 ALI, ABDUL MUJEEB D
9 16 569555 ALI, SHORHAYDAH M
10 16 569631 ALINOR, ALANIYA M
11 16 536385 ALIX, CARYLLE MARIE G
12 16 536373 ALONZO, ERICA ABIGAEL R
13 16 536240 ARCA, MAYFLEUR ANGEL C
14 16 569296 ARINDIG, JUBAIRAH A
15 16 573432 ARIPIN, LAILA H
16 16 536309 ARTIL, RYAN H
17 16 536449 ASKALI, MOHAMED AIZAM A
18 16 569127 BASHER, IMMADUDDIN G
19 16 569279 BAUTIL, SHAHANIE T
20 16 536037 BUSTAMANTE, ELIZABETH E
21 16 569332 CALI, NORHANIFAH B
22 16 569862 CALI, SORAIFA M
23 16 569109 COMARADANG, SITTIE-ASHNIHAYA H
24 16 535998 CONCEPCION, MARIA ROSELLIE T
25 16 536032 CUAJOTOR, DARYL B
26 16 569250 DAUD, SOJUDAH M
27 16 569243 DIMAOCOR, SARAH JANE B
28 16 569389 FILIPINO, FEDERICO B
29 16 536299 FRANCISCO, MITZI D
30 16 536472 GALON, ROSSLYN D
31 16 569144 GANDAROSA, NORHANIFA P
32 16 536157 GUIALEL, MUKTHAR K
33 16 536513 GUMISING, UMAIRAH U
34 16 569662 GUNTING, FATIMA-NAHAR M
35 16 569861 GURO, NOAIMAH C
36 16 569559 H. CARIM, HASSANOR R
37 16 573508 HADJAIL, MAUREEN M
38 16 536329 HAW TAY, TIMOTHY CHARLES S
39 16 536419 HO, JEFFERSON S
40 16 536307 HO, MINDA C
41 16 570002 IBRAHIM, JAMILLLAH D
42 16 536316 IDRIS, BENMAR B
43 16 573456 ISPAL, NIZZA L
44 16 536284 JOAQUIN, RANDY C
45 16 535968 KAMALUDIN, SHIRIKITT F
46 16 536273 KANDANG, SAMSODIN B
47 16 574219 LLEMA, CHARISA F
48 16 569939 LOSENTES, JEANY VI B
49 16 569811 MACABUNBUN, SITTIE NAIDA D
50 16 569298 MACAORAO, MOHAMMAD HABIB P
51 16 536417 MACAPAAR, HANIMA S
52 16 569136 MACARAMBON, SITTIE AMERAH G
53 16 570031 MACARAO, KHALID K
54 16 535905 MALANG, IRRAH AMOR I
55 16 573516 MANUBAN, FATIMA A
56 16 569124 MARUHOM, OMAINA M
57 16 536128 MATANO, RAAFI B
58 16 569496 MAYON, JUHAIVER M
59 16 536035 MUSA, AMENODIN C
60 16 569892 MUSOR, SITTIE JOHARA S
61 16 569233 MUTI, MOHAMMAD ASRI S
62 16 535953 PANDAPATAN, AL-SAHIDEN D
63 16 569133 PANDAPATAN, JONAIRA M
64 16 536393 PANDAPATAN, SITTIE ISNIHAYA D
65 16 535900 QUESADA, MAY N
66 16 536241 QUINLAT, JERICA AIKO C
67 16 536119 RACMAN, ROHAIDA T
68 16 573620 REMONDE, MARY GRACE M
69 16 536133 REQUERME, BIANCA LAUREN C
70 16 536348 ROMERO, ANTONETTE G
71 16 536118 SAIDIN, ALBASHIR A
72 16 569697 SARANGANI, ALEYA D
73 16 569989 SARO, JOHAIRA C
74 16 569334 SATAR, ANISSA A
75 16 535852 SINSUAT, EISHAH B
76 16 535928 SORIANO, GERALD V
77 16 569280 SULIMA, CANDACE JOYCE C
78 16 569410 SULTAN, HIDAYA M
79 16 569932 TAGUIC, MARIE CLAIRE T
80 16 536281 TUTTUH, JEHADDEYA U
81 16 569638 UNTE, SITTIE HAKIMA T
82 16 535943 USMAN, FARISHA A
83 16 536275 USMAN, HARON A
84 16 569682 USUDAN, ONAYSHA D
85 16 536110 VERGARA, ROSELA P
~~ NOTHING FOLLOWS ~~
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April 17, 2016 CSE-PPT
Sub-Professional Level

List of Passers
Civil Service Commission Regional Office No. 16 (ARMM)

Seq. No. Region ExamNo Name
1 16 940425 CABRERA, ANTONETTE I            
2 16 940449 MANAMPAN, SHEENA SHARADE KAZEL M
3 16 940410 PLATON, NEIL CHRISTOPHER C      
4 16 940428 SAMADALAN, ARHAMA D              
***Nothing Follows***
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CARAGA Passers: April 2016 Civil Service Exam (CSE-PPT) results



A total of 405 examinees for professional level and 72 for sub-professional level exams in the CARAGA region passed the career service exam conducted in April 2016.

CARAGA Passers: April 2016 Civil Service Exam (CSE-PPT) results

The Civil Service Commission(CSC) announced the results for Civil Service Exam - Paper and Pencil Test (CSE-PPT) professional level on Thursday, May 26.

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CSC announced that passers who got at least 80 percent score will be eligible for the first and second level positions in the civil service provided the eligibles meet the qualifications and other requirements of the positions (education, experience, and training).

The three-hour test for the professional level includes vocabulary, grammar and correct usage, paragraph organization, reading comprehension, analogy, logic, and numerical reasoning (English and Filipino).

Below is the alphabetical list of successful examinees for CARAGA (Agusan del Norte, Agusan del Sur, Dinagat Islands, Surigao del Sur) civil service exam (CSE-PPT) professional and sub-professional levels.

April 17, 2016 CSE-PPT
Professional Level

List of Passers
Civil Service Commission Regional Office No. 15 (CARAGA)

SeqNo Region ExamNo Name
1 15 524063 ABAGON, RAYMUND B
2 15 521402 ABALA, HYRAM A
3 15 521330 ABAO, JERICO
4 15 520678 ABENDAÑO, GEOFFREY J
5 15 520836 ACEDO, KATRINA MARIE B
6 15 520423 ACHAS, ZEKE D
7 15 526307 AJET, DYANAROSE L
8 15 520796 ALEGRE, JOBERT CLYDE M
9 15 520400 ALFARO, PRINCESS ROCHELLE O
10 15 525809 ALICO, CHERRY MAE S
11 15 523858 ALTIMERAZ, MAYLENE E
12 15 523741 ALTISO, JANETH E
13 15 527681 ALVAREZ, DARIEL B
14 15 522993 ALVISO, EXEKIEL JOHN T
15 15 520837 AMABAO, NICHOLE
16 15 522446 AMBONGAN, GLADYS MAE M
17 15 521560 AMIGABLE, NEKKO KAISHA A
18 15 520426 AMORIN, JINKY JOY S
19 15 524415 AMPON, APRIL DIANNE H
20 15 526603 ANASTACIO, JOHN LERY M
21 15 522473 ANCAO, JOCYL L
22 15 524547 ANDO, AMOR T
23 15 521331 AQUINO, STEPHANIE B
24 15 522221 ARCULAR, JIMBIE A
25 15 521608 ARENAS, MIRAFLOR A
26 15 527082 ARES, SHERLY MAE N
27 15 520661 ARREO, BARRY Q
28 15 522960 ARREZA, ANALYN P
29 15 522804 ARZAGA, GEMMA T
30 15 520449 ASCURA, KENNY CRIS D
31 15 524280 ATILLO, KRISHIA MAE D
32 15 520147 ATUP, JOCHEBED B
33 15 524189 AVILA, PRETZEL ANN L
34 15 520201 BACONG, PHOEBE R
35 15 522494 BAES, ANGEL LYCA Q
36 15 524154 BAILO, REYNALDO B
37 15 523590 BAJOLO, HAZEL A
38 15 521188 BALAN, KIMBERLEY ANNE A
39 15 521163 BALANAY, MARY ANGELICA
40 15 521138 BALANE, WENJIE B
41 15 521054 BALDERAS, JOSHUA G
42 15 525026 BALOGBOG, JOREEN-JEB C
43 15 523452 BANASIG, LEA ANDRELEI L
44 15 521109 BAÑEZ, ROMENCH T
45 15 522760 BANGOY, CHRISTIAN VIC L
46 15 524781 BANTAYANON, MERLIE A
47 15 522869 BARBOSA, CYNTHIA F
48 15 522424 BARDILAS, KRYSYEL R
49 15 523862 BAROLA, JUMAR REY P
50 15 520980 BARREDO, NANCY D
51 15 522941 BARRIENTOS, ABIGAIL A
52 15 525220 BARRIOS, JUNSON T
53 15 528005 BARRO, EUNICE SWEET VINN S
54 15 522744 BASADRE, MARVIN A
55 15 520736 BASE, JOSEPH ARNIE JR I
56 15 525564 BASILIO, CHARLENE A
57 15 525810 BAYHON, RUTH T
58 15 522362 BAYOGBOG, LORRAINE JANE N
59 15 524897 BELOCURA, STEPHANIE JEAN D
60 15 522868 BELTRAN, SADEKA T
61 15 520462 BERSANO, DARYL C
62 15 522614 BORJA, IVY MARIE C
63 15 524044 BRIGOLE, ROSELYN C
64 15 522015 BRILLANTES, MARIA DANA P
65 15 526337 BROBO, RONNEL T
66 15 522169 BUENDIA, VIVIEN JHOIE C
67 15 524614 BULLEN, MARGIE G
68 15 521139 BUNGABONG, RAMON JOMA R
69 15 521574 BUSACO, CHRISTIAN LLOYD
70 15 520891 BUTCON, JESA MARIE C
71 15 524385 CAADAN, JUNNELLE A
72 15 522526 CABACTULAN, LUNA VILLA V
73 15 521632 CABAGAY, DARYLL A
74 15 522426 CABALAN, JOZRICH SHEEN B
75 15 522521 CABALLERO, RIO E
76 15 526091 CABALQUINTO, CECILE D
77 15 522129 CABAÑAS, ARCHEL B
78 15 523832 CABARLIZA, CHRISTIAN EDU M
79 15 524294 CABARLIZA, LIONEL RAY P
80 15 523592 CAGBABANUA, MARIA THERESA S
81 15 521631 CALLANTA, JUSTIN JOHN L
82 15 521728 CALO, GIANNE DOMINIQUE L
83 15 523118 CALONIA, JILL CRIS B
84 15 524972 CALVADORES, GILBERT O
85 15 520276 CALVEZ, DIPSY AVRIL M
86 15 521020 CAMACHO, ROKA UNICHU E
87 15 521419 CAMILOSA, MARJUN G
88 15 526897 CAMINGUE, CHRISTINE JOY S
89 15 526447 CAÑA, CHRISTIAN C
90 15 524573 CANQUE, RUBY ANN B
91 15 520798 CANTORIA, BEN II C
92 15 522144 CAPA, BREANNA C
93 15 525015 CARBONILLA, CANSDIATRIX B
94 15 527416 CARIAS, MARY JANE M
95 15 524228 CARIN, GERALD M
96 15 524068 CARINGAL, HAZEL B
97 15 525755 CARTIN, RHEA MAE C
98 15 520859 CASIL, VANEZA FE A
99 15 524277 CASTAÑARES, JHON LEZRD L
100 15 523457 CASTILLO, KARIE LOU O
101 15 522484 CASTRO, RODULFO JR P
102 15 521462 CATARIG, GRACE A
103 15 522784 CAYANGA, ELOISA S
104 15 520921 CEPEDA, RODEL B
105 15 526739 CERDAN, ALVIN S
106 15 523581 CERVANTES, KENNETH JANE E
107 15 521610 CHARVET, JEZZA MAE D
108 15 520585 CHEE, JIRAH GRACE M
109 15 522207 CHUNG, RONICA P
110 15 524648 CIFRA, MARY ANGELIC C
111 15 521237 CINCO, NIGEL JON M
112 15 521035 CLORES, LORALYN T
113 15 524624 COLETO, ALYSSA MAY A
114 15 523844 COMEDIA, LEAH MAY D
115 15 524920 COMON, LOUIE VINCENT S
116 15 522351 CONCON, MARRYGLOUR S
117 15 526445 CONVICTO, KARYL ANN MAE C
118 15 520766 CORRALES, JOHNESSA SUZETTE B
119 15 527146 CORVERA, RODJOSEPH A
120 15 522789 CRASCO, MARLYN R
121 15 520525 CREDO, SHERWIN H
122 15 526865 CRESCENCIO, MECHILLE LORRIANE L
123 15 523133 CRUZ, CATHLEEN L
124 15 524918 CUADRA, RIZALYN B
125 15 524394 CUBERO, JVEARL MAR B
126 15 521426 CUBILLAS, DANDEE N
127 15 523129 CURAY, LUCKY MHIE C
128 15 520650 CUSTODIO, LUCKY CINDY B
129 15 523006 CUTIMAR, KENT B
130 15 520929 DAAMO, JEANYLOU MAY S
131 15 520339 DABALOS, DARLENE ABIGAIL T
132 15 520960 DABLIO, LYNDONE T
133 15 522634 DAGLE, LORA L
134 15 522899 DAHUYLA, SARA MAE C
135 15 526108 DAMALERIO, IVAN PAUL V
136 15 522022 DANDOY, EMMANUEL B
137 15 522346 DARAMAN, EMILIO JEEBE III C
138 15 527544 DARVIN, HENRY JR T
139 15 526229 DAYGO, RAMIL A
140 15 521956 DE CHAVEZ, EMERSON R
141 15 525006 DE GUZMAN, JULIOUS PHILIP B
142 15 523406 DEAÑO, MARIA CORAZON T
143 15 526055 DEJOLDE, JEREC P
144 15 526226 DELA CRUZ, HAZEL JOY D
145 15 525020 DELOLA, DARILE O
146 15 522518 DELOSO, RAYMOND S
147 15 520669 DESACA, GRACE ANN R
148 15 523804 DESASMPARO, DARREL C
149 15 521486 DESMAS, MICAH CRISTINE S
150 15 521458 DIRA, DONATO M
151 15 526893 DOLAR, LYKAMEA E
152 15 522311 DOMINGO, DOMINIC JONAS M
153 15 520729 DORICO, GUILBERT L
154 15 526306 DOTILLOS, ARNEZ PAUL P
155 15 528062 DUA, NISSAN C
156 15 527711 DUMALAGAN, HONEYBERTH G
157 15 525264 EBOL, JOSSEL L
158 15 526587 EBOL, SHIEVAH MAE D
159 15 520463 EJADA, MA ANGELICA S
160 15 526090 ELAN, AIN G
161 15 524994 ENGALAN, RENELYN E
162 15 521951 ENZO, LESLIE MAE M
163 15 521765 ESPAÑA, LINO JR M
164 15 525674 ESPEJON, STALLONE G
165 15 525229 ESPERON, ARIEL E
166 15 521122 ESPINOSA, LOUREDIE P
167 15 520551 ESTAÑOL, CARL ROBERT
168 15 522222 ESTELLA, PHENYL JOY A
169 15 524765 ESTRELLA, FLORIDA JADE A
170 15 524887 ESTUBO, MARIA NORMA FATIMA I
171 15 525835 EWAY, NIKKIE M
172 15 523092 FELICILDA, REGINE F
173 15 524374 FERATER, MARY JANE C
174 15 521915 FERNANDEZ, ARMONETTE JULLEA N
175 15 524322 FLORES, DYNA F
176 15 520518 FLORES, JOHN A
177 15 524780 FLORES, RUBIE PRINCESS M
178 15 522078 FORMENTERA, RECHELE A
179 15 520724 FORSUELO, JEANNE E
180 15 525930 FRONDOZO, JOEPHIL A
181 15 524517 FUENTES, NOEMI C
182 15 520618 GAGULA, ARNALDO C
183 15 523523 GALAURA, JAZEL C
184 15 522158 GALIA, CLAUDIO III M
185 15 522108 GALLARDO, CARL LOU IKE J
186 15 527049 GAMET, RODAIZA G
187 15 521726 GASPAR, ELIANA CRISTINA C
188 15 521255 GAYAMPAL, JAMILA A
189 15 521113 GEÑOSO, BRIDGET C
190 15 527488 GIMENEZ, MARK ANTHONY M
191 15 522202 GOLORAN, GLENN MICHAEL M
192 15 523001 GOMEZ, REY C
193 15 525703 GONZALES, MARRY -ANN A
194 15 525935 GORILLO, VAN CARLOS NIÑO S
195 15 527356 GULFO, GLORY JEAN D
196 15 526693 GUYANO, CASIMIRO IV I
197 15 522878 HAVANA, LOVELY MAE H
198 15 521196 HERMIDA, PEARL A
199 15 520177 HINAY, IRISH S
200 15 525899 HUERA, ERICA L
201 15 520804 HUMILDE, WENGIELOU P
202 15 525933 INAHID, RONNEL A
203 15 523103 INTING, ELEANOR NOELLE L
204 15 522931 JACOBE, CINDY D
205 15 526773 JAGAPE, LOVELY JANE R
206 15 521942 JAO, ARNOLD LAURENCE L
207 15 522117 JAVA, NEAH LIZA A
208 15 522234 JEMINEZ, CHARLOTTE G
209 15 526913 JOYO, SHEM B
210 15 520210 JUBAHIB, EUGENE J
211 15 522303 JUDILLA, ALEC JOSEPH G
212 15 520155 KHE, STEPHANIE RAZ G
213 15 527317 LABAJO, ROSEDAVELYN A
214 15 523522 LABONETE, KEVIN GLENN P
215 15 524265 LACUNA, LEVEN MART B
216 15 520578 LADESMA, NILO JR L
217 15 525923 LAENO, CLEO ANN B
218 15 525556 LAGRAMA, ARCIAZEL L
219 15 523253 LAKAG, ARIANE S
220 15 526177 LANZARROTE, JENINE M
221 15 523470 LAPERA, ELLEN SHARA L
222 15 520006 LAPLANA, ISRAEL G
223 15 521299 LARIOSA, SHERAH B
224 15 523828 LASTIMOSA, JORDANN TROY M
225 15 522387 LAZARTE, JESSA MAE T
226 15 520495 LEDESMA, MAX ISRAEL B
227 15 521363 LEYSON, EARL JAMES A
228 15 526657 LIGALIG, DABE GENESIS F
229 15 525086 LISONDRA, MARK KENNETH R
230 15 520896 LOLO, CATHERINE R
231 15 522336 LOMUNTAD, EMMANUEL L
232 15 522522 LONGOS, ANGIE C
233 15 523690 LOREN, EULAISA O
234 15 525783 LOUCA, ELENI ATHENA G
235 15 523845 LUBRIO, ELVIE C
236 15 521625 LUPIBA, MARK JOSEPH B
237 15 521828 LUPOY, MIE KRISTINE A
238 15 523945 LUTCHAVEZ, SHELA MAE
239 15 521699 MAARAT, RIZAVEL L
240 15 521209 MACALABA, ANGEL SHAIRA P
241 15 521070 MACEDA, ADELENE F
242 15 523548 MACLAY, JRYSMARIE A
243 15 525088 MAGLINTE, JESSICA L
244 15 521301 MAGSIGAY, RYAN KIM P
245 15 522412 MAINIT, MARY ANN R
246 15 524459 MANATAD, VINCENT PAUL C
247 15 522242 MANILAG, EDWIN G
248 15 523667 MANLA, DECE JHENN A
249 15 528113 MARILLA, RESHLIE O
250 15 521077 MARTINEZ, FARRAH STARR D
251 15 528172 MARTINEZ, MARY ANN Q
252 15 521856 MATA, RAYMOND RICK E
253 15 524153 MATRES, JATS XYVENN B
254 15 526341 MATULAC, HONEY JUNE R
255 15 522907 MATUTUD, MARIA THERESA
256 15 527347 MENDEZ, RIZA DEVIE C
257 15 520384 MENDOZA, JOANNA CHRISTINE D
258 15 526084 MERCADO, BRANDY A
259 15 521595 MIJAS, EMON JR B
260 15 521158 MILANA, CERIL JOHNSON A
261 15 525704 MINGUILLAN, KEA N
262 15 525500 MIÑOZA, GIL FRANZ S
263 15 522423 MIRABEL, SHYRA A
264 15 525470 MONDANO, GIANNE CIELO V
265 15 520274 MONTEJO, CHARMAGNE APRIL F
266 15 527253 MONTERO, MARICEL O
267 15 525171 MONTEROS, MARK MON E
268 15 520105 MONTEZA, AILYN MAE C
269 15 526727 MONTILLA, AJI MAE Y
270 15 525092 MONTILLA, MARC EDWIN F
271 15 521778 MORALES, DARLENE I
272 15 521309 MORALES, EVA JOY A
273 15 522072 MORAN, VITTORIO G
274 15 521019 MORRONDOZ, MARC JOSHUA R
275 15 523944 MULAWAN, JUDIEL A
276 15 520133 MUTIA, JONIELA T
277 15 523287 NACUA, GEMMA R
278 15 527014 NAVAJA, GLENNFORD A
279 15 523441 NAZARENO, JENE EVE B
280 15 521629 NEMENZO, NECOLE B
281 15 521308 NOYA, GENEVEVE L
282 15 520768 NUEVA, CRISTOPHER AL L
283 15 522450 NUÑEZ, APRIL LOVE T
284 15 524460 OJEL, JOSHUA P
285 15 522812 OLERIO, ROXANNE
286 15 520679 OPALIA, AIME ROSE D
287 15 524789 ORCULLO, KATHY MEE D
288 15 521206 ORTEGA, GRACYL MAE U
289 15 522683 ORTIZ, JOHNREY O
290 15 522963 PABLEO, JAYZIEL LOVE C
291 15 527414 PACHECO, JOHN JERRY D
292 15 522513 PACON, ARIEL II B
293 15 522103 PADILLA, RUTH M
294 15 523062 PALARCA, DAISYRELLE S
295 15 522841 PALER, KIT PAUL B
296 15 521407 PALOMO,MOISES U
297 15 525939 PAMINTUAN, MARGARITO JR C
298 15 523298 PANDELING, GENELYN G
299 15 525535 PANOL, MARIA DEZA M
300 15 526319 PAPELLERAS, JANNICA NIÑA G
301 15 521946 PASCUA, LYKA L
302 15 520054 PASTOR, PAUL JOHN B
303 15 520412 PATRIA, MELODY D
304 15 523934 PAYOT, AVELINO JR C
305 15 520182 PEDROSO, SHARA MAY T
306 15 523216 PEGUIT, AMBER DEA MARIE V
307 15 525169 PELEÑA, FELMAR G
308 15 521646 PELISES, MARY GRACE C
309 15 520846 PEREZ, JOCILLE M
310 15 524958 PEROLINO, TERESA M
311 15 521788 PILAPIL, CLARENCE G
312 15 520767 PLAZA, ALTHEA GRACE E
313 15 523681 PLAZA, ELAINE GRACE P
314 15 524181 PLAZO, FRANKLIN J
315 15 525958 PLESCO, FEDILYN L
316 15 522461 POSO, KENTH MARTIN B
317 15 522503 PULIDO, JEFFREY P
318 15 523723 PUSPOS, SHARMAINE C
319 15 520129 QUIAO, GEZZEL B
320 15 522720 QUILANTANG, JESS CELLE C
321 15 527619 QUILANTANG, LEZIEL A
322 15 523535 RAMOS, ALAIN C
323 15 525624 RASONABLE, GELIAN A
324 15 521751 REALIZA, ANGELO A
325 15 520863 REDIDO, CLYDE M
326 15 523325 REDONDO, RUTCHEL O
327 15 520303 REGALA, LOUIE KANE S
328 15 524637 REYES, CHAROTHCELL C
329 15 522742 ROBILLOS, CRIZZA P
330 15 523483 RODRIGO, JOMARC LOU Y
331 15 522762 RODRIGUEZ, MARIA ALOHA D
332 15 525702 ROGADOR, KAREEN D
333 15 520051 ROPEROS, DARYL JHUN G
334 15 523495 ROSADO, GOVANNI C
335 15 523631 ROSAL, JERIEL T
336 15 523362 ROSAL, ROLIZA A
337 15 526733 ROSAS, ROSEDEL T
338 15 524442 RULIDA, LESTHER M
339 15 524130 RULITE, IVAN GEL A
340 15 520049 SAAGUNDO, LOVELY M
341 15 528232 SABATIN, NERRY Q
342 15 527677 SABLAS, JANUARY P
343 15 521764 SADORRA, PAMELA B
344 15 523304 SALA, AL SEAN JR A
345 15 523317 SALA, FLORSEAN GRACE A
346 15 522932 SALO, ROXANNE Y
347 15 525422 SALVA, HERSHEY R
348 15 523606 SALVA, IVY JIL G
349 15 523101 SAMBLASINIO, NELVIN G
350 15 523386 SANCHEZ, CIPRIANO R
351 15 521684 SANDIGAN, SOLIMAN OSCAR T
352 15 522204 SAPONG, GLENDEL ROSE S
353 15 523385 SARATORIO, DYNAH ZCELSE F
354 15 522958 SARONG, FLORENCE MARIE D
355 15 521918 SARONG, REJIE L
356 15 524956 SAVANDAL, AL MARVIEN C
357 15 525688 SENACA, JOAN N
358 15 524305 SENECA, SYNTECHE D
359 15 522298 SEROJE, BARBIE BLANCHE S
360 15 520961 SEROJE, RENATO JR A
361 15 524433 SILONG, AILEEN A
362 15 523177 SUAREZ, JANE M
363 15 525115 SUBAYNO, EARL JEREME E
364 15 526825 SULAPAS, JIM JORJOHN D
365 15 527529 SUMAGANG, JOVELYN L
366 15 526697 SUMAMPONG, IAN M
367 15 522527 SUMAPAD, DYANNARA C
368 15 522271 SUMOG-OY, CATHY MARIE D
369 15 522175 SUSTINO, LHEAZEL T
370 15 525504 TABAR, MARK ANTHONY Y
371 15 520123 TAGALO, JOHANA TESAM M
372 15 524325 TAGALOG, KIMBERLY T
373 15 522348 TALISIC, GEMMA F
374 15 521766 TAMORITE, HERBERT L
375 15 520806 TANGINAN, DAISY A
376 15 524534 TERINGTERING, ROLANDO B
377 15 523710 TERNORA, JERRYBON L
378 15 526792 TESIORNA, MIGUEL JR G
379 15 522943 TIMOGAN, RUBEN PAUL T
380 15 522617 TIMOGAN, RUBY MIE T
381 15 524463 TOMAS, ANGELIE F
382 15 521547 TOMILAP, BHENZ BRYLE NIÑO M
383 15 522296 TORCINO, SHIELA MAE R
384 15 521194 TORCULAS, MARITES C
385 15 525289 TORREGOSA, KRISTEL MAY Y
386 15 521190 TORREON, RONNEL G
387 15 521936 TUBO, MARVIN L
388 15 527869 TUMBOKON, JINGLE T
389 15 522873 UAYAN, STEFFI GEL T
390 15 526499 VASQUEZ, GLEA D
391 15 520061 VELASCO, JAMES PAUL B
392 15 526824 VERANO, JACQUELINE E
393 15 522367 VILLALON, JERZELD M
394 15 526586 VILLAMOR, JOANNA JOY O
395 15 522149 VILLANO, ANGELITO ALVIN JR S
396 15 522240 VILLANUEVA, KRISHA ANTONNETTE A
397 15 521085 VILLANUEVA, SYV ZYRA B
398 15 524555 VIOLA, ADELYN P
399 15 525637 YANDRA, JIREMAR A
400 15 521232 YBANES, NEKKA E
401 15 520059 YBAÑEZ, JENNY M
402 15 522813 YBAÑEZ, VANESSA P
403 15 525804 YPARRAGUIRRE, STELLA KATHERINE O
404 15 521793 YPARRAGUIRRE, WEDDY GRACE M
405 15 524247 YUSON, ALLYN GEE B
~~ NOTHING FOLLOWS ~~
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April 17, 2016 CSE-PPT
Sub-Professional Level

List of Passers
Civil Service Commission Regional Office No. 15 (CARAGA)

Seq. No. Region ExamNo Name
1 15 920274 ACIDO, TERENCIO JR L            
2 15 920364 ADOLFO, KEVIN G                  
3 15 920144 AGUILLON, LEA LOTA G            
4 15 921098 ALVARADO, RICHIE P              
5 15 921185 BADIANG, CHERRY ANN T            
6 15 920601 BANDIOLA, NIZZA MAE D            
7 15 920558 BARAL, ANTHONY C                
8 15 920787 BAYLON, MARNIE S                
9 15 920014 BAYROLA, KIMBERLY MAE E          
10 15 920933 BENDANILLO, IRVIN C              
11 15 921079 BERMUDEZ, KATHLEEN JANE S        
12 15 920594 BILLO, CHYDELYN D                
13 15 920291 BOLADAS, CHRISTOPHER G          
14 15 920456 BUAYA, REXTER B                  
15 15 920457 CADIENTE, JUNA LOU J            
16 15 920065 CAIÑA, RUSSEL ED B              
17 15 920205 CALO, RENELYN Y                  
18 15 920629 CARMEN, ANALYN E                
19 15 920370 CATULAY, CHRISTIAN DAVE A        
20 15 920288 COMAMAO, RITCHEL P              
21 15 920912 CONIATE, JACOB E                
22 15 920738 CUBERO, KENNY JAMES A            
23 15 920060 CUTAMORA, MAA. KHRISTINA CHARESSE Y
24 15 920210 DABA, JOSHUA L                  
25 15 920447 DAYANAN, REMALITA M              
26 15 920153 DINAPO, STEVEN NAZAR P          
27 15 920305 DUMANON, KATRINA T              
28 15 920725 ECHAVIA, JONALYN S              
29 15 920407 ESTRADA, STANLEY B              
30 15 920129 GABALLO, CHARMAINE S            
31 15 920889 GALGO, GENALYN B                
32 15 921157 GALINATO, DELFO P                
33 15 920365 GARCIA, JOSE ROBERTO C          
34 15 920840 GOTOSTOS, FARA T                
35 15 920303 GUIBONE, MARY LOUR B            
36 15 920830 GUIRITAN, DARREN G              
37 15 920970 HINGPIT, QUENNIE G              
38 15 921159 JUSOY, MARCELINA A              
39 15 920573 LACRE, ALLEN C                  
40 15 920257 LAO GUICO, NEHEMIAH P            
41 15 920914 LLORENTE, JHONA H                
42 15 920469 MABUNGA, LANIE L                
43 15 921158 MACAPALA, TONTON G              
44 15 920351 MATIN-AO, MARITES O              
45 15 921082 MEDRANO, JANICE R                
46 15 920302 MIOT, AILEEN A                  
47 15 920121 MIRON, MARY ANNE L              
48 15 920285 MISANES, FRANZ DOMINIC M        
49 15 921041 MONTENEGRO, CHRISTINE ROSE P    
50 15 920161 MORALLO, ERIS W                  
51 15 920474 OCAREZ, HANNEY CHRISTINNE P      
52 15 920079 ORILLO, MARA TRECIA A            
53 15 920496 PIL, JOANN B                    
54 15 921003 QUEZADA, JONNA MAY M            
55 15 921101 RAMOS, FERNAN ROICE B            
56 15 920265 RANOCO, ABEGAIL F                
57 15 920003 REGIS, ANTHONY F                
58 15 920139 REYES, JESSA MAE A              
59 15 920209 RICO, EDWIN S                    
60 15 920318 ROCERO, ENGELBERT E              
61 15 920748 ROSALES, ELENITA P              
62 15 920183 SANCHEZ, ANA MURIEL G            
63 15 920429 SANCHEZ, JOVEN S                
64 15 921126 SARDOVIA, RETCHIE I              
65 15 920859 SIMOGAN, MARIA DIAN R            
66 15 921019 SUAREZ, HERLIE R                
67 15 920702 SULAPAS, RACEL O                
68 15 920100 TAGNIPEZ, RUBEN R                
69 15 920608 TIU, DESILYN D                  
70 15 920437 TRINOS, MICHELLE F              
71 15 920401 VILLAHERMOSA, AIREN C            
72 15 920782 VILLAR, JEAN ERICKA J            
***Nothing Follows***
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