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Wishful Hacel Bartolome, more motivated to battle in the grand finals

by UNTV News   |   Posted on Wednesday, February 7th, 2018

MANILA, Philippines — Cavite is known to be the historical capital of the Philippines because it is the birthplace of Philippine independence.

Another history is being made in the province as Caviteña Hacel Bartolome continues her journey to be the first Wishcovery Grand Champion.

Caviteños gave a warm welcome to Wishful grand finalist Hacel in her hometown concert, Monday, in Bacoor Strike Gymnasium.

“Syempre, si Hacel may puso and then born to be a singer. Golden voice of Cavite!” said members of Acers, Hacel’s fans club.

(Of course, Hacel has a heart and is born to be a singer, golden voice of Cavite!)

“Lodi ng buong Cavite. Iyan kasi nga iyong boses niya talagang mapapa-ahh, mapapa-ganun ka talaga,” they added.

(She’s Cavite’s idol because her voice is unique.)

Hacel said the love she received from her kababayans gives her more reason to fight for the win in the grand finals.

“Sobrang saya po tsaka sobrang di ko talaga inasahan. Ang daming tao. Ang daming sumupport po,” said Hacel.

(I’m so happy and I really did not expect it. There are a lot of people and supporters. I think I need to win. I need to push. Apart from giving my best, I need to fight. We will fight in the grand finals.)

“Parang kailangan ko nang manalo. Kailangan ko nang ma-push. Kailangan ko nang talagang bukod sa ibigay iyong best ay kailangan ko na pong lumaban. Lalaban po tayo sa grand finals,” she added.

Some of Cavite’s homegrown artists and bands were also present in the event including Jireh Lim, Shantidope and Plethora.

Meanwhile, as part of Wish 107.5’s thanksgiving for its 2-million Youtube subscriber-milestone, the station also granted wishes of Caviteños.

These include Gervacio Titong’s wish for a wheelchair for her mother.

“Pagsulat ko doon, naiyak ako talaga. Sobra talagang aking ano kay Mama. Naawa ako,” said beneficiary Gervacio Titong.

“Pwede ko na siyang ilabas-labas, ipasyal-pasyal kasi itong malaking bagay sa kanya kasi mahirap din pong buhatin siya kasi mabigat. Pasalamat talaga ako sa [Wish] 107.5 na binigyan ako ng oportunidad … ng wheelchair po,” he said.

(When I wrote it, I was really crying. I really pity my mother. Now, I can bring her outside the house. This is a big help for her because she is also hard to carry because she is heavy. I really want to thank [Wish] 107.5 for giving me an opportunity to have a wheelchair.)

Wish FM also fulfilled Renan Perez’s aspiration to watch Morissette’s upcoming first major solo concert.

“Nagustuhan ko talaga iyong singing prowess niya. Isa siya sa naa-admire ako sa mga kumakanta lalo na siya, bago pa kaso siya eh. Nakikita ko na talaga na magaling talaga siya. Ang Wish ko po sa Wish 107.5, bale more power and good luck sa lahat ng mga projects nila,” said the wisher.

(I really admire her singing prowess. She’s one of the artists that I really admire especially that she is new in the industry. I can really see that she is great. My wish for Wish 107.5 is more power and good luck to all their projects.)

Meanwhile, watch out the Wishcovery team as it tours to Carmela Ariola’s hometown—Batangas – next. – Leslie Longboen | UNTV News & Rescue

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Police eyes politics as motive behind Vice Mayor Alex Lubigan’s slay


by UNTV News and Rescue   |   Posted on Monday, July 9th, 2018

Fatal ambush of Trece Martires, Cavite Vice Mayor Alex Lubigan on July 7, 2018.

 

 

CAVITE, Philippines – Authorities are looking into politics as the reason for the assassination of Trece Martires Vice Mayor Alexander Lubigan on Saturday (July 7).

According to Cavite Police, the vice mayor announced his intention to seek election to a higher position the day before he was killed.

“Matatapos na ang term niya as vice mayor so isang option niya ay tumakbo sa mas mataas na posisyon which is pagiging mayor. In fact sinasabi  ng kaibigan din niya na mag-signify na siya ng intention to run for higher office,” said PSSupt. William Segun, Cavite Provincial Director.

This development prompted Police Region 4A Director PCSupt. Edward Carranza to order an investigation and hear the side of Mayor Melandres De Sagun on the case. Carranza, however, clarified that Mayor De Sagun is not among the persons of interest in the crime.

“Sa normal na krimen na ganyan, we get all the information from sources so since he is a public official we will also get some information from incumbent city mayor of Trece Martires,” Carranza explained.

Following the deaths of Tanuan City Mayor Antonio Halili and Trece Martires Vice Mayor Alex Lubigan, the Philippine National Police (PNP) is now checking on other local officials in Region 4A who are also receiving threats as directed by PNP Chief Oscar Albayalde.

“We will be reviewing and I will be tasking my provincial director kung ano ba ang mga present threat ng mga local chief executive sa buong Calabarzon…iyong mga places na dinadaanan ng ating mga chief executives. ayaw na kasi nating maulit ito. There be intense presence of the police and we will be also asking my PD (Police Directors) to review their checkpoints,” Carranza said.

Authorities are also examining whether both local officials were killed using the same firearm as the bullet shells found in the crime scenes were of similar caliber. – Benedict Samson / Marje Pelayo

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Dengue infections on the rise in Cavite

by UNTV News and Rescue   |   Posted on Wednesday, June 27th, 2018

 

CAVITE, Philippines – Dengue cases in the province of Cavite have increased by 75%, according to the Cavite Provincial Health Office.

From over 1,400 cases in the period of January to June last year, the number almost doubled to 2,400 after six months to this year.

The local government of Cavite expressed concern that the figure might increase at this time of the year during the onset of the rainy season.

Thus, the provincial health office calls on residents to maintain cleanliness of surroundings and clear their areas of possible breeding grounds to dengue-carrying mosquitoes.

“Magsama-sama tayong puksain ang pinamumugaran ng lamok sa ating nasasakupan sa ating komunidad. Alam po natin na hindi lamang dengue ang naidudulot ng mga lamok,” advised Dr. Nelson Soriano, OIC for Public Health at Cavite Provincial Health Office. – UNTV News & Rescue

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PDEA seizes over P70 million worth of shabu in Cavite, Parañaque

by UNTV News and Rescue   |   Posted on Tuesday, June 5th, 2018

PDEA Director General Aaron Aquino presented the four drug suspects and confiscated shabu worth P74.8 million at a press briefing. 

 

QUEZON CITY, the Philippines – The Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) has seized more than P70-million worth of shabu in two simultaneous operations in Cavite and Parañaque City.

Authorities nabbed four suspects in separate operations that yielded a total of 11 kilograms of shabu valued at P74.8 million.

The suspects were identified as Dolores Dela Cruz, 51; Melchor Robelles,29; Daniel Hernandez, 21; and William Ibañez.

According to PDEA Director General Aaron Aquino, the Bureau of Customs (BOC) tipped them about a suspicious package traced from a freight forwarding service at Clark Freeport Zone in Pampanga. PDEA personnel proceeded to inspect the package. After confirming that the substance was shabu, operatives launched a simultaneous massive manhunt in Barangay San Martin De Porres in Parañaque and in San Nicolas in Bacoor, Cavite.

Operatives seized from suspects in the Parañaque operation, one box containing six kilograms of shabu declared as grill pans and stool bars valued at P44.2 million.

Meanwhile, authorities in Cavite also seized another box containing more than 4 kilograms of shabu, declared as piano chairs, valued at P30.6 million.

The suspects are now facing charges for violation of the Comprehensive Dangerous Act of 2002. – Joan Nano | UNTV News & Rescue

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