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EMBATTLED Kingdom of Jesus Christ (KJC) leader Pastor Apollo Quiboloy accused on Tuesday, February 20, 2024, the United States government of planning to eliminate him either through rendition or assassination.In an audio recording posted on his Sonshine media’s YouTube account, Quiboloy said his life is in serious danger as he received information from a reliable source that the US government, including the Central Intelligence Agency and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), is working with the Philippine government to eliminate him.He said his compounds were subject of surveillance night and day, including with the use of drones. “Ang rendition ang ibig sabihin po anumang oras pwede nilang pasukin ang ating compound at ako ay kidnapin. It’s not only rendition but elimination. If possible pwede nila akong i-assassinate, so nandoon po sa dalawa na yun kidnapping or assassination, killing talaga. Yun po ang dumating na balita sa akin ngayon,” he said.(Rendition means that at any time, they can enter my compound and kidnap me. It's not only rendition but elimination. If possible, they can assassinate me, so it's kidnapping or assassination, really killing. That's the news that reached me.)“Illegal ito. Sa aking sariling bansa, ang aking constitutional rights nawala na dahil ako po ay ibinigay na sa kamay ng mga banyagang ito ng ating sariling gobyerno ni Pangulong (Bongbong) Marcos at ni First Lady Araneta-Marcos,” he added.(This is illegal. In my own country, my constitutional rights have been lost because I have been handed over to these foreigners by our own government by President (Bongbong) Marcos and First Lady Araneta-Marcos.)Quiboloy said the plan against him includes conducting a raid in his properties where authorities will plant pieces of evidence such as firearms, illegal drugs and bombs.He said the FBI placed a $2 million or P100 million bounty on his head.Quiboloy and several other leaders of his church were indicted by a US court over charges of sex trafficking by force including of children, money laundering and fraud and coercion, among others.The start of the trial over Quiboloy’s charges has been repeatedly moved and the latest was in December 2023, where the trial was set for November 2024.Earlier, the Senate and the House of Representatives issued subpoena against Quiboloy.The Senate issued the subpoena against Quiboloy on Monday, February 19, amid the ongoing investigation by its committee on women and children on the alleged crimes committed within the KJC.On February 7, the House committee on legislative franchises also issued a subpoena against Quiboloy amid its ongoing investigation against Sonshine Media Network International (SMNI), which is owned by Swara Sug Media Corporation, the broadcasting arm of KJC. (TPM/SunStar Philippines) How can I increase my chances of gambling? Philippines TO HELP meet their agricultural water requirements amid the ongoing drought, over 2,000 farmers in Cebu City are receiving support from the regional irrigation agency.The National Irrigation Administration (NIA) 7 said there are currently 41 irrigation systems in operation, benefiting a total of 2,763 farmers in the city.Zarline Sambas, media relations officer of NIA 7, told SunStar Cebu on Saturday, April 6, 2024, that these farmers are located in Barangays Adlaon, Agsungot, Binaliw, Bonbon, Budlaan, Buot Taup, Cambinocot, Guba, Lusaran, Mabini, Malubog, Pamutan, Paril, Pulangbato, Sapangdaku, Sirao, Sinsin, Sudlon 1, Sudlon 2, Tagbao, Taptap, Toong and Tabunan.She said they have been serving most of these barangays since last October.The NIA 7 said it had adjusted the cropping calendar, starting the cropping season earlier to October instead of November. For this season, it said it has allocated irrigation for 764 hectares out of 1,159 hectares of firmed-up service areas, prioritizing high-value crops.Sambas said the decision on irrigation allocation was based on dam statuses and expert projections.She said they are exploring alternative water sources, such as deep wells, water tankers or mobile pumps in coordination with other government agencies to supply irrigation to the affected areas.She said the NIA 7 is already looking at constructing a small reservoir irrigation project, such as the proposed impounding dam in Barangay Cambinocot, aimed at boosting existing irrigation systems in the city’s mountain barangays. She said they are conducting feasibility studies on the proposal.Sambas said they will also assess and identify affected areas to determine which farmers in Cebu City will benefit from the cash-for-work program of the Department of Labor and Employment to mitigate their income loss.Cebu City already declared a state of calamity in 28 mountain barangays due to the lack of water and incidents of bushfires as a result of the dry hot season and the effects of the El Niño weather phenomenon.Harold Alcontin, head of the City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office, said the declaration came after at least 500 farmers stopped planting their usual crops due to the damage caused by the lack of water.City Agriculturist Joelito Baclayon said that as of March, 115 hectares of farmland across 28 barangays had been affected by the extreme weather condition.Cebu City currently has 10,719 registered farmers cultivating various crops, such as lettuce, cabbage, cauliflower, cucumber, eggplant, sweet corn and tomato.These farmers are vulnerable to the effects of the ongoing drought.Last month, Casimero Pilones, president of the Alliance of Cebu City Farmers Association, said some members had opted not to cultivate their farms due to the lack of water, leading to a decrease in farm production. The group is composed of 72 farmer associations, with each association having 200 to 300 members.Pilones revealed that farm production had decreased by around 80 percent ince February. He said before the onset of El Niño, farmers used to harvest 1,000 kilos of eggplants, but now they can barely harvest 200 kilos.It was earlier reported that Cebu City’s agriculture industry has the potential to yield between P500,000 to P1 million worth of crops daily, with figures surging to over P1 million during peak seasons.Weather specialist Jhomer Eclarino of the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (Pagasa) Visayas declared a drought in the entire Cebu Island last month.Pagasa defines drought as an extended dry condition, characterized by either experiencing five consecutive months of below-normal rainfall or three months of significantly below-normal rainfall. Below-normal rainfall, as defined, represents a decrease of 20 to 60 percent from the usual amount, while way-below-normal rainfall indicates a reduction of more than 60 percent from the normal figure.The other provinces in the Visayas that are also experiencing drought are Antique, Biliran, Eastern Samar, Guimaras, Iloilo, Leyte, Negros Oriental, Negros Occidental and Samar.Eclarino also warned the public that Cebu’s heat index may reach a “dangerous” 51 degrees Celsius in the coming weeks.A heat index that ranges between 42 and 51 degrees Celsius is considered dangerous, as it can cause heat cramps and exhaustion, as well as a heat stroke during prolonged exposure.The heat index or “feels-like” temperature combines air temperature and humidity to indicate how hot the weather feels to the human body. Eclarino had said that Cebu records its highest temperatures in May, based on historical data.On May 31, 2010, which also coincided with an El Niño phenomenon, Cebu reached its highest surface temperature of 37 degrees Celsius, accompanied by a heat index of 49 degrees Celsius. / KJF

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TO HELP meet their agricultural water requirements amid the ongoing drought, over 2,000 farmers in Cebu City are receiving support from the regional irrigation agency.The National Irrigation Administration (NIA) 7 said there are currently 41 irrigation systems in operation, benefiting a total of 2,763 farmers in the city.Zarline Sambas, media relations officer of NIA 7, told SunStar Cebu on Saturday, April 6, 2024, that these farmers are located in Barangays Adlaon, Agsungot, Binaliw, Bonbon, Budlaan, Buot Taup, Cambinocot, Guba, Lusaran, Mabini, Malubog, Pamutan, Paril, Pulangbato, Sapangdaku, Sirao, Sinsin, Sudlon 1, Sudlon 2, Tagbao, Taptap, Toong and Tabunan.She said they have been serving most of these barangays since last October.The NIA 7 said it had adjusted the cropping calendar, starting the cropping season earlier to October instead of November. For this season, it said it has allocated irrigation for 764 hectares out of 1,159 hectares of firmed-up service areas, prioritizing high-value crops.Sambas said the decision on irrigation allocation was based on dam statuses and expert projections.She said they are exploring alternative water sources, such as deep wells, water tankers or mobile pumps in coordination with other government agencies to supply irrigation to the affected areas.She said the NIA 7 is already looking at constructing a small reservoir irrigation project, such as the proposed impounding dam in Barangay Cambinocot, aimed at boosting existing irrigation systems in the city’s mountain barangays. She said they are conducting feasibility studies on the proposal.Sambas said they will also assess and identify affected areas to determine which farmers in Cebu City will benefit from the cash-for-work program of the Department of Labor and Employment to mitigate their income loss.Cebu City already declared a state of calamity in 28 mountain barangays due to the lack of water and incidents of bushfires as a result of the dry hot season and the effects of the El Niño weather phenomenon.Harold Alcontin, head of the City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office, said the declaration came after at least 500 farmers stopped planting their usual crops due to the damage caused by the lack of water.City Agriculturist Joelito Baclayon said that as of March, 115 hectares of farmland across 28 barangays had been affected by the extreme weather condition.Cebu City currently has 10,719 registered farmers cultivating various crops, such as lettuce, cabbage, cauliflower, cucumber, eggplant, sweet corn and tomato.These farmers are vulnerable to the effects of the ongoing drought.Last month, Casimero Pilones, president of the Alliance of Cebu City Farmers Association, said some members had opted not to cultivate their farms due to the lack of water, leading to a decrease in farm production. The group is composed of 72 farmer associations, with each association having 200 to 300 members.Pilones revealed that farm production had decreased by around 80 percent ince February. He said before the onset of El Niño, farmers used to harvest 1,000 kilos of eggplants, but now they can barely harvest 200 kilos.It was earlier reported that Cebu City’s agriculture industry has the potential to yield between P500,000 to P1 million worth of crops daily, with figures surging to over P1 million during peak seasons.Weather specialist Jhomer Eclarino of the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (Pagasa) Visayas declared a drought in the entire Cebu Island last month.Pagasa defines drought as an extended dry condition, characterized by either experiencing five consecutive months of below-normal rainfall or three months of significantly below-normal rainfall. Below-normal rainfall, as defined, represents a decrease of 20 to 60 percent from the usual amount, while way-below-normal rainfall indicates a reduction of more than 60 percent from the normal figure.The other provinces in the Visayas that are also experiencing drought are Antique, Biliran, Eastern Samar, Guimaras, Iloilo, Leyte, Negros Oriental, Negros Occidental and Samar.Eclarino also warned the public that Cebu’s heat index may reach a “dangerous” 51 degrees Celsius in the coming weeks.A heat index that ranges between 42 and 51 degrees Celsius is considered dangerous, as it can cause heat cramps and exhaustion, as well as a heat stroke during prolonged exposure.The heat index or “feels-like” temperature combines air temperature and humidity to indicate how hot the weather feels to the human body. Eclarino had said that Cebu records its highest temperatures in May, based on historical data.On May 31, 2010, which also coincided with an El Niño phenomenon, Cebu reached its highest surface temperature of 37 degrees Celsius, accompanied by a heat index of 49 degrees Celsius. / KJF Where can I gain money? A FORMER political ally of Cebu City Mayor Michael Rama is against his plan to remove the remaining skywalks within the city, deeming underground pedestrian crossings not feasible.Basak Barangay Captain Dave Tumulak publicly expressed his opposition through a post on his Facebook account last Wednesday, March 20, 2024.Tumulak, a former city councilor who ran against Rama in the 2022 mayoral elections, urged the mayor not to include the skywalks in his barangay, arguing that children going to school use the structures to avoid the busy street below.He is referring to the skywalk located near the University of San Jose-Recoletos Basak campus and the skywalk near the Don Vicente Rama Memorial Elementary School.He said the City Government should instead enhance the skywalks’ utility by implementing safety measures like installing lights, conducting regular maintenance and adding elevators, if feasible.He said his office encourages residents and pedestrians to use the skywalks for their safety and convenience.Tumulak also said removing the skywalks to build underground pedestrian crossings will require closing N. Bacalso Ave., one of only two highways for southbound motorists with the other being the Cebu South Coastal Road.On Thursday, March 21, Rama reiterated his stand that skywalks should be removed, deeming the structures not user-friendly to persons with disability and senior citizens.Rama advised officials who opposed and criticized his plans to take some time to observe the state of these structures.He pointed out that only a few pedestrians use skywalks, which have become homes to mendicants.Rama first expressed his intention to remove all remaining skywalks in the city last March 14 over Cebu City Hall’s online program “Ingna’ng Mayor,” where he expressed his preference for underground pedestrian crossings.Fourteen skywalks remain in Cebu City — seven in the south district and seven in the north district — following the removal of two along Osmeña Blvd. last February to make way for the implementation of the first package of the Cebu Bus Rapid Transit project.Majority of the skywalks are situated near schools. 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A FORMER political ally of Cebu City Mayor Michael Rama is against his plan to remove the remaining skywalks within the city, deeming underground pedestrian crossings not feasible.Basak Barangay Captain Dave Tumulak publicly expressed his opposition through a post on his Facebook account last Wednesday, March 20, 2024.Tumulak, a former city councilor who ran against Rama in the 2022 mayoral elections, urged the mayor not to include the skywalks in his barangay, arguing that children going to school use the structures to avoid the busy street below.He is referring to the skywalk located near the University of San Jose-Recoletos Basak campus and the skywalk near the Don Vicente Rama Memorial Elementary School.He said the City Government should instead enhance the skywalks’ utility by implementing safety measures like installing lights, conducting regular maintenance and adding elevators, if feasible.He said his office encourages residents and pedestrians to use the skywalks for their safety and convenience.Tumulak also said removing the skywalks to build underground pedestrian crossings will require closing N. Bacalso Ave., one of only two highways for southbound motorists with the other being the Cebu South Coastal Road.On Thursday, March 21, Rama reiterated his stand that skywalks should be removed, deeming the structures not user-friendly to persons with disability and senior citizens.Rama advised officials who opposed and criticized his plans to take some time to observe the state of these structures.He pointed out that only a few pedestrians use skywalks, which have become homes to mendicants.Rama first expressed his intention to remove all remaining skywalks in the city last March 14 over Cebu City Hall’s online program “Ingna’ng Mayor,” where he expressed his preference for underground pedestrian crossings.Fourteen skywalks remain in Cebu City — seven in the south district and seven in the north district — following the removal of two along Osmeña Blvd. last February to make way for the implementation of the first package of the Cebu Bus Rapid Transit project.Majority of the skywalks are situated near schools. (AML) Where can I gain money? EMBATTLED Kingdom of Jesus Christ (KJC) leader Pastor Apollo Quiboloy accused on Tuesday, February 20, 2024, the United States government of planning to eliminate him either through rendition or assassination.In an audio recording posted on his Sonshine media’s YouTube account, Quiboloy said his life is in serious danger as he received information from a reliable source that the US government, including the Central Intelligence Agency and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), is working with the Philippine government to eliminate him.He said his compounds were subject of surveillance night and day, including with the use of drones. “Ang rendition ang ibig sabihin po anumang oras pwede nilang pasukin ang ating compound at ako ay kidnapin. It’s not only rendition but elimination. If possible pwede nila akong i-assassinate, so nandoon po sa dalawa na yun kidnapping or assassination, killing talaga. Yun po ang dumating na balita sa akin ngayon,” he said.(Rendition means that at any time, they can enter my compound and kidnap me. It's not only rendition but elimination. If possible, they can assassinate me, so it's kidnapping or assassination, really killing. That's the news that reached me.)“Illegal ito. Sa aking sariling bansa, ang aking constitutional rights nawala na dahil ako po ay ibinigay na sa kamay ng mga banyagang ito ng ating sariling gobyerno ni Pangulong (Bongbong) Marcos at ni First Lady Araneta-Marcos,” he added.(This is illegal. In my own country, my constitutional rights have been lost because I have been handed over to these foreigners by our own government by President (Bongbong) Marcos and First Lady Araneta-Marcos.)Quiboloy said the plan against him includes conducting a raid in his properties where authorities will plant pieces of evidence such as firearms, illegal drugs and bombs.He said the FBI placed a $2 million or P100 million bounty on his head.Quiboloy and several other leaders of his church were indicted by a US court over charges of sex trafficking by force including of children, money laundering and fraud and coercion, among others.The start of the trial over Quiboloy’s charges has been repeatedly moved and the latest was in December 2023, where the trial was set for November 2024.Earlier, the Senate and the House of Representatives issued subpoena against Quiboloy.The Senate issued the subpoena against Quiboloy on Monday, February 19, amid the ongoing investigation by its committee on women and children on the alleged crimes committed within the KJC.On February 7, the House committee on legislative franchises also issued a subpoena against Quiboloy amid its ongoing investigation against Sonshine Media Network International (SMNI), which is owned by Swara Sug Media Corporation, the broadcasting arm of KJC. (TPM/SunStar Philippines)

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EMBATTLED Kingdom of Jesus Christ (KJC) leader Pastor Apollo Quiboloy accused on Tuesday, February 20, 2024, the United States government of planning to eliminate him either through rendition or assassination.In an audio recording posted on his Sonshine media’s YouTube account, Quiboloy said his life is in serious danger as he received information from a reliable source that the US government, including the Central Intelligence Agency and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), is working with the Philippine government to eliminate him.He said his compounds were subject of surveillance night and day, including with the use of drones. “Ang rendition ang ibig sabihin po anumang oras pwede nilang pasukin ang ating compound at ako ay kidnapin. It’s not only rendition but elimination. If possible pwede nila akong i-assassinate, so nandoon po sa dalawa na yun kidnapping or assassination, killing talaga. Yun po ang dumating na balita sa akin ngayon,” he said.(Rendition means that at any time, they can enter my compound and kidnap me. It's not only rendition but elimination. If possible, they can assassinate me, so it's kidnapping or assassination, really killing. That's the news that reached me.)“Illegal ito. Sa aking sariling bansa, ang aking constitutional rights nawala na dahil ako po ay ibinigay na sa kamay ng mga banyagang ito ng ating sariling gobyerno ni Pangulong (Bongbong) Marcos at ni First Lady Araneta-Marcos,” he added.(This is illegal. In my own country, my constitutional rights have been lost because I have been handed over to these foreigners by our own government by President (Bongbong) Marcos and First Lady Araneta-Marcos.)Quiboloy said the plan against him includes conducting a raid in his properties where authorities will plant pieces of evidence such as firearms, illegal drugs and bombs.He said the FBI placed a $2 million or P100 million bounty on his head.Quiboloy and several other leaders of his church were indicted by a US court over charges of sex trafficking by force including of children, money laundering and fraud and coercion, among others.The start of the trial over Quiboloy’s charges has been repeatedly moved and the latest was in December 2023, where the trial was set for November 2024.Earlier, the Senate and the House of Representatives issued subpoena against Quiboloy.The Senate issued the subpoena against Quiboloy on Monday, February 19, amid the ongoing investigation by its committee on women and children on the alleged crimes committed within the KJC.On February 7, the House committee on legislative franchises also issued a subpoena against Quiboloy amid its ongoing investigation against Sonshine Media Network International (SMNI), which is owned by Swara Sug Media Corporation, the broadcasting arm of KJC. (TPM/SunStar Philippines), Play the most trusted & legit online game in the Philippines, BingoPlus. Win more prizes with popular online casino games - Slot Games, Bingo, Live Casino... check the following table to see what categories most online casinos in the Philippines fit in.

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TO HELP meet their agricultural water requirements amid the ongoing drought, over 2,000 farmers in Cebu City are receiving support from the regional irrigation agency.The National Irrigation Administration (NIA) 7 said there are currently 41 irrigation systems in operation, benefiting a total of 2,763 farmers in the city.Zarline Sambas, media relations officer of NIA 7, told SunStar Cebu on Saturday, April 6, 2024, that these farmers are located in Barangays Adlaon, Agsungot, Binaliw, Bonbon, Budlaan, Buot Taup, Cambinocot, Guba, Lusaran, Mabini, Malubog, Pamutan, Paril, Pulangbato, Sapangdaku, Sirao, Sinsin, Sudlon 1, Sudlon 2, Tagbao, Taptap, Toong and Tabunan.She said they have been serving most of these barangays since last October.The NIA 7 said it had adjusted the cropping calendar, starting the cropping season earlier to October instead of November. For this season, it said it has allocated irrigation for 764 hectares out of 1,159 hectares of firmed-up service areas, prioritizing high-value crops.Sambas said the decision on irrigation allocation was based on dam statuses and expert projections.She said they are exploring alternative water sources, such as deep wells, water tankers or mobile pumps in coordination with other government agencies to supply irrigation to the affected areas.She said the NIA 7 is already looking at constructing a small reservoir irrigation project, such as the proposed impounding dam in Barangay Cambinocot, aimed at boosting existing irrigation systems in the city’s mountain barangays. She said they are conducting feasibility studies on the proposal.Sambas said they will also assess and identify affected areas to determine which farmers in Cebu City will benefit from the cash-for-work program of the Department of Labor and Employment to mitigate their income loss.Cebu City already declared a state of calamity in 28 mountain barangays due to the lack of water and incidents of bushfires as a result of the dry hot season and the effects of the El Niño weather phenomenon.Harold Alcontin, head of the City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office, said the declaration came after at least 500 farmers stopped planting their usual crops due to the damage caused by the lack of water.City Agriculturist Joelito Baclayon said that as of March, 115 hectares of farmland across 28 barangays had been affected by the extreme weather condition.Cebu City currently has 10,719 registered farmers cultivating various crops, such as lettuce, cabbage, cauliflower, cucumber, eggplant, sweet corn and tomato.These farmers are vulnerable to the effects of the ongoing drought.Last month, Casimero Pilones, president of the Alliance of Cebu City Farmers Association, said some members had opted not to cultivate their farms due to the lack of water, leading to a decrease in farm production. The group is composed of 72 farmer associations, with each association having 200 to 300 members.Pilones revealed that farm production had decreased by around 80 percent ince February. He said before the onset of El Niño, farmers used to harvest 1,000 kilos of eggplants, but now they can barely harvest 200 kilos.It was earlier reported that Cebu City’s agriculture industry has the potential to yield between P500,000 to P1 million worth of crops daily, with figures surging to over P1 million during peak seasons.Weather specialist Jhomer Eclarino of the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (Pagasa) Visayas declared a drought in the entire Cebu Island last month.Pagasa defines drought as an extended dry condition, characterized by either experiencing five consecutive months of below-normal rainfall or three months of significantly below-normal rainfall. Below-normal rainfall, as defined, represents a decrease of 20 to 60 percent from the usual amount, while way-below-normal rainfall indicates a reduction of more than 60 percent from the normal figure.The other provinces in the Visayas that are also experiencing drought are Antique, Biliran, Eastern Samar, Guimaras, Iloilo, Leyte, Negros Oriental, Negros Occidental and Samar.Eclarino also warned the public that Cebu’s heat index may reach a “dangerous” 51 degrees Celsius in the coming weeks.A heat index that ranges between 42 and 51 degrees Celsius is considered dangerous, as it can cause heat cramps and exhaustion, as well as a heat stroke during prolonged exposure.The heat index or “feels-like” temperature combines air temperature and humidity to indicate how hot the weather feels to the human body. Eclarino had said that Cebu records its highest temperatures in May, based on historical data.On May 31, 2010, which also coincided with an El Niño phenomenon, Cebu reached its highest surface temperature of 37 degrees Celsius, accompanied by a heat index of 49 degrees Celsius. / KJF How can I increase my chances of gambling?. here is how to register at an online casino site in the Philippines:

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EMBATTLED Kingdom of Jesus Christ (KJC) leader Pastor Apollo Quiboloy accused on Tuesday, February 20, 2024, the United States government of planning to eliminate him either through rendition or assassination.In an audio recording posted on his Sonshine media’s YouTube account, Quiboloy said his life is in serious danger as he received information from a reliable source that the US government, including the Central Intelligence Agency and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), is working with the Philippine government to eliminate him.He said his compounds were subject of surveillance night and day, including with the use of drones. “Ang rendition ang ibig sabihin po anumang oras pwede nilang pasukin ang ating compound at ako ay kidnapin. It’s not only rendition but elimination. If possible pwede nila akong i-assassinate, so nandoon po sa dalawa na yun kidnapping or assassination, killing talaga. Yun po ang dumating na balita sa akin ngayon,” he said.(Rendition means that at any time, they can enter my compound and kidnap me. It's not only rendition but elimination. If possible, they can assassinate me, so it's kidnapping or assassination, really killing. That's the news that reached me.)“Illegal ito. Sa aking sariling bansa, ang aking constitutional rights nawala na dahil ako po ay ibinigay na sa kamay ng mga banyagang ito ng ating sariling gobyerno ni Pangulong (Bongbong) Marcos at ni First Lady Araneta-Marcos,” he added.(This is illegal. In my own country, my constitutional rights have been lost because I have been handed over to these foreigners by our own government by President (Bongbong) Marcos and First Lady Araneta-Marcos.)Quiboloy said the plan against him includes conducting a raid in his properties where authorities will plant pieces of evidence such as firearms, illegal drugs and bombs.He said the FBI placed a $2 million or P100 million bounty on his head.Quiboloy and several other leaders of his church were indicted by a US court over charges of sex trafficking by force including of children, money laundering and fraud and coercion, among others.The start of the trial over Quiboloy’s charges has been repeatedly moved and the latest was in December 2023, where the trial was set for November 2024.Earlier, the Senate and the House of Representatives issued subpoena against Quiboloy.The Senate issued the subpoena against Quiboloy on Monday, February 19, amid the ongoing investigation by its committee on women and children on the alleged crimes committed within the KJC.On February 7, the House committee on legislative franchises also issued a subpoena against Quiboloy amid its ongoing investigation against Sonshine Media Network International (SMNI), which is owned by Swara Sug Media Corporation, the broadcasting arm of KJC. (TPM/SunStar Philippines) Where can I gain money? . It’s always a good idea to take your time and make sure you’ve found the best online casino in the Philippines on the online gambling market that can give you what you want.

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TO HELP meet their agricultural water requirements amid the ongoing drought, over 2,000 farmers in Cebu City are receiving support from the regional irrigation agency.The National Irrigation Administration (NIA) 7 said there are currently 41 irrigation systems in operation, benefiting a total of 2,763 farmers in the city.Zarline Sambas, media relations officer of NIA 7, told SunStar Cebu on Saturday, April 6, 2024, that these farmers are located in Barangays Adlaon, Agsungot, Binaliw, Bonbon, Budlaan, Buot Taup, Cambinocot, Guba, Lusaran, Mabini, Malubog, Pamutan, Paril, Pulangbato, Sapangdaku, Sirao, Sinsin, Sudlon 1, Sudlon 2, Tagbao, Taptap, Toong and Tabunan.She said they have been serving most of these barangays since last October.The NIA 7 said it had adjusted the cropping calendar, starting the cropping season earlier to October instead of November. For this season, it said it has allocated irrigation for 764 hectares out of 1,159 hectares of firmed-up service areas, prioritizing high-value crops.Sambas said the decision on irrigation allocation was based on dam statuses and expert projections.She said they are exploring alternative water sources, such as deep wells, water tankers or mobile pumps in coordination with other government agencies to supply irrigation to the affected areas.She said the NIA 7 is already looking at constructing a small reservoir irrigation project, such as the proposed impounding dam in Barangay Cambinocot, aimed at boosting existing irrigation systems in the city’s mountain barangays. She said they are conducting feasibility studies on the proposal.Sambas said they will also assess and identify affected areas to determine which farmers in Cebu City will benefit from the cash-for-work program of the Department of Labor and Employment to mitigate their income loss.Cebu City already declared a state of calamity in 28 mountain barangays due to the lack of water and incidents of bushfires as a result of the dry hot season and the effects of the El Niño weather phenomenon.Harold Alcontin, head of the City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office, said the declaration came after at least 500 farmers stopped planting their usual crops due to the damage caused by the lack of water.City Agriculturist Joelito Baclayon said that as of March, 115 hectares of farmland across 28 barangays had been affected by the extreme weather condition.Cebu City currently has 10,719 registered farmers cultivating various crops, such as lettuce, cabbage, cauliflower, cucumber, eggplant, sweet corn and tomato.These farmers are vulnerable to the effects of the ongoing drought.Last month, Casimero Pilones, president of the Alliance of Cebu City Farmers Association, said some members had opted not to cultivate their farms due to the lack of water, leading to a decrease in farm production. 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