Pinoy na nagsauli ng napulot na wallet sa Brasil, hinangaan

admin   •   October 16, 2014   •   18524

(Left-Right) Ang Pilipinong si Jot-jot Yutuc kasama ang Brazillero na si Fabio Oliveira na siyang may-ari ng nawawalang wallet. (UNTV News)

Brasília, BRASIL – Isang Pilipino ang hinahangaan ngayon sa Brasil dahil sa ipinamalas nitong kabutihang asal.

Kamakailan lamang ay ipinalabas sa isang noontime TV program sa kilalang television station sa Brasil ang ginawang pagsauli ng wallet na napulot ng binatang si Jot-Jot Yutuc.

Ayon sa anchor ng programa, hindi pangkaraniwan sa panahon ngayon na isauli pa ang napulot na mahalagang bagay, lalo pa’t wala namang contact numbers at walang address ng may-ari.

Dahil dito, umani ito ng paghanga sa mga nakapanood sa programa.

“Napakatapat niya… Nang araw na iyon, napakahirap para sa akin dahil hindi ko na alam ang gagawin ko sa nawawalang pera,” pahayag ni Jose Souza.

Ayon kay Fabio Oliveira na siyang may-ari ng wallet, labis ang kanyang pasasalamat kay Jot-Jot na ngayon ay itinuturing niyang kaibigan.

Kwento nito, kung hindi sa kagandahang-loob na ipinakita ni Jot-Jot ay hindi lamang ang isang buwang sahod niya ang nawala, kundi maging ang panghanda sa paparating na kaarawan ng kaniyang anak.

“Sa tingin ko, itinadhana talaga siya ng Dios na makasalamuha ko at siya ang makakita at magsauli ng nawawala kong wallet…masayang-masaya talaga ako at proud ako na makilala at makita siya…para sa akin, isa siyang mabuting halimbawa at sana makagawa rin ako ng mabuti sa kaniya balang araw…”

“At ang anak ko pag tanda niya, ikukwento ko sa kaniya ito at alam kong hindi niya rin ito makakalimutan. Congratulations. Welcome na welcome sa Brazil ang mga taong katulad niya maging ang iba pa, kailangan ng Brazil ang mga ganitong klase ng tao,” saad pa nito.

Para naman kay Jot-Jot, hindi sya nagdalawang isip na hanapin ang may-ari ng wallet.

Aniya, “Nagpapasalamat ako sa Dios na nabigyan ako ng pagkakataong makagawa ng mabuti.”

Ang iniingatang lumang love letter sa wallet ni Fabio mula sa noo’y kasintahan at asawa ngayon na si Juliana ang naging susi upang matunton sila ni Jot-Jot sa pamamagitan ng internet.

“I’m so proud of him. Those were the unsung heroes of our country of our people na ehemplo ng magandang gawain,” masayang pahayag ni Philippine Ambassador to Brasil Ambassador Eva Betita.

“It only shows and reflects the good person he is and the good family that he belongs to,” saad pa nito.

Umaasa rin si Ambassador Betita na magiging magandang halimbawa at inspirasyon sa ating mga kababayan ang ipinakita ni Jot-jot.

“Mabuhay ka Jot-Jot, may there be more people like you.”

Ang ginawa ni Jot-Jot ay isa lamang patunay gaya ng laging sinasabi ni Kuya Daniel Razon na “ang paggawa ng mabuti, kailan man ay hindi magbubunga ng masama”. (Dave Tirao / Ruth Navales, UNTV News)

Philippine Ambassador to Brasil Ambassador Eva Betita (UNTV News)

PH envoy to Brazil could face charges for staff abuse

Marje Pelayo   •   October 28, 2020

Philippine Ambassador to Brazil Marichu Mauro

MANILA, Philippines — Foreign Affairs Secretary Teddy Locsin Jr. on Wednesday (October 28) vowed to address ‘to the fullest extent of the law’  the incidents of physical abuse by former Philippine Ambassador to Brazil Marichu Mauro against her household staff.

In a series of tweets, Locsin said the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) will be “firm in meting out the appropriate sanctions and administrative or criminal charges” on the former envoy if results of the investigation on the matter would demand as such.

Locsin broke the news of Mauro’s recall from post on Monday (October 26).

The incident of physical abuse by Mauro against her staff was aired over Brazilian news outlet GloboNews with dates listed on the video footage as taken in March, August and October this year.

As the Philippine Ambassador to Brazil, Mauro also held concurrent jurisdiction over Colombia and Venezuela.

READ: PH envoy to Brazil recalled over alleged maltreatment of staff — DFA

DA lifts temporary ban on mechanically deboned poultry meat from Brazil

Marje Pelayo   •   September 7, 2020

MANILA, Philippines — The Department of Agriculture (DA) announced Monday (September 7) that it is partially lifting the temporary importation ban on mechanically deboned poultry meat (MDM) from Brazil.

This, after the agency conducted a review of the measure based on available information provided by Brazilian authorities. 

The Brazilian government submitted documentary requirements ensuring the strict implementation of plans for coronavirus disease (COVID-19) prevention, infection control and occupational safety and health relative to the operations of foreign meat establishments. 

Agriculture Secretary William Dar clarified however, that the lifting of the temporary import ban only applies to  foreign meat establishments without a single worker that is COVID-19 positive.

The importation must be accompanied by a veterinary health certificate which proves that the meat was handled and processed in facilities with functional food safety management system and where stringent hygiene and sanitation measures are practiced. 

Likewise, the poultry products must carry a safe handling label and all importation must be for the sole use of an accredited meat processor. 

The DA warned that all shipments into the country that do not comply with the above conditions shall be confiscated.

NAIA Customs on alert after DA bans virus-contaminated poultry products from Brazil

Marje Pelayo   •   August 17, 2020

MANILA, Philippines — The Bureau of Customs (BOC) at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) heightened its alert status against possible entry of poultry products from Brazil.

This measure followed the recent order by the Department of Agriculture (DA) to temporarily prohibit the entry of such products after shipments of chicken wings from Latin American countries were found positive for coronavirus disease (COVID-19).

In pushing with the standing order of Commissioner Rey Leonardo Guerrero to strengthen border control in all ports amidst continuing threats of COVID-19 virus, BOC-NAIA personnel are committed 24/7 to guard the country’s primary airport and its warehouses against attempts to import poultry products from Brazil in compliance with the latest advisory.

Since January of this year Port of NAIA has confiscated a total of 775.6 kgs of meat products without permits which arrived from African swine fever (ASF)- affected countries.

BOC-NAIA vows to continue to strengthen vigilance against entry of illegal goods and imports that pose health risks and will ensure safeguards to protect Filipino consumers, said District Collector Carmelita Talusan. 

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