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Selfless man helps stranded people during a thunderstorm by transporting them using his own vehicle

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A man has gone viral on the internet after he committed a selfless act in Barangay San Miguel, San Sebastian, Tarlac City.

Netizen Noel Guevarra narrated how the man that he didn’t name helped the people who got stranded in an establishment by transporting them in their homes.

The sudden thunderstorm made some people trapped in the said establishment and the people who got no umbrella has been helped by this man for free.

Guevarra said that they tried to pay the man as an exchange for his help, however, the good Samaritan refused.

The good samaritan despite not introducing himself, helped anyone who were stranded during the thunderstorm. Photo: Noel Guevarra

“Ayan, di baleng ako ang mabasa. Wag lang kayo.” the good Samaritan told Guevarra.

The post garnered an amazing 320,000 likes and 47,000 shares as of writing, most of the comments were praise from the people who were amazed by the selfless act of the good Samaritan.

Some even urged several television programs to feature the man and to know more about his story.

You can read the story of Noel Guevarra below:

Kagabi, around 7pm, biglang umulan ng sobrang lakas sa San Miguel. Nakakatakot yung kidlat at kulog. Andaming stranded. Pero etong si kuyang may payong, nagalok na ihatid ang mga tao sa mga sakayan (kasama kami dun).
Kami yung unang tinulungan niya at plano naming bayaran siya kahit magkano lang. Bilang pasasalmat ba.
Nung hinatid niya kami sa harap ng Robinson’s, habang naglalakad, sabi niya:
“Ayan, di baleng ako ang mabasa. Wag lang kayo.”
After niyang tumulong samin, ni hindi siya humingi ng kapalit. Umalis agad siya. TUMULONG SA IBA PANG WALANG DALANG PAYONG. HINATID NIYA KUNG SAAN SAAN.
Pinanuod ko lang siya kasi naamazed ako eh. hahaha.
After 30mins, tumila din yung ulan kahit papano. Nilapitan ko siya, at inabutan ko ng pangmeryenda. Nagpasalamat siya. Napangiti ako kasi kita kong masaya siya na nakatulong siya sa maraming tao.

Minsan, sa kabila ng maraming pangit na nangyayari sa mundo, isang taong may mabuting puso lang ang kailangan natin para ma-restore yung faith natin sa humanity. KUDOS KAY KUYA!!!

Source: Noel Guevarra

Smoker arrested for violating anti-smoking law and for disrespecting President Duterte, municipal councilor and police

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A tourist who was caught smoking in a public place in Camiguin has been arrested by the authorities after he showed a rude behavior towards a Municipal Councilor yesterday.

According to Mambajao Councilor Frances Margaret Aparte, she saw the man smoking in front of the beach so she asked him to stop it.

However, the man gave a rude response to the councilor who’s not wearing her uniform or lawyer attire during that time.

“Ha? Bawal magsigarilyo? Naa moy balaod diri nga bawal? (may batas kayo dito?)” he told the councilor.

Aparte even lectured the man over the Tobacco Regulation and Control Ordinance, however, the man continued to smoke even she already warned that she would call the authorities.

He even mentioned the police and President Duterte in his another rude response.

“Police? Asa imo police? Police ni Duterte? Tua ra man Manila ang Police ni Duterte?”  (Pulis? Asan ang Pulis? Pulis ni Duterte? Ikaw ba ang Pulis ni Duterte sa Manila?) he said.

After realizing that the man cannot be convinced to stop smoking anymore, she already decided to arrest the man and brought him to the police to be punished for violating the anti-smoking law.

“NOW THEREFORE, with the power vested on me, I unveiled myself from being a mere #BarangayCoastalMaintenanceWorker to a LAWYER, ANTI-SMOKING TASK FORCE OFFICER, SB CHAIRMAN ON PEACE AND ORDER and most of all a PROTECTIVE MOTHER…” she said in her Facebook post.

The man after being arrested for violating the anti-smoking law photo: Frances Margaret Aparte

According to her, after the man brought to the police station, he begged several times not to file a case against him, however, the councilor refused his request.

“Bahalag nabilar ning burosa ni, bahalag 2am na nakatulog mafilan lang ta ka og kaso (2 am na ko nakatulog para lang makapagsampa ako ng kaso dito) to make sure you will stay in jail to teach you a lesson to abide with our local laws and to respect women, esp. Pregnant women,” she said.

She also warned the tourist to “Do not make fun of their laws” or “suffer the consequences.”

At least, the councilor showed some mercy by not showing the violator’s face and revealing his identity on social media.

As of writing, the post already got 10,000 reactions and thousands of shares on social media.

Source: Frances Margaret Aparte

 

 

Duterte expects airstrip, massive migration, in Alegria Cebu after oil and gas fields started commercial production

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After Alegria oilfields officially opened for commercial production, President Rodrigo Duterte told the residents of the said town to prepare themselves in the sudden human economic development.

He believed that because of the job opportunities and income for Filipinos that the said oilfield would generate, he foresees that people in different parts of the country would migrate in Alegria.

“Madaghan nang mga tawo diri. (People will flock here.) Prepare for that and do not forget your fellowmen here,” Duterte said.

He said that the people of Alegria should accept the people from other places who’s searching for an opportunity in their town.

Duterte opening the valve of the gas fields marking its official commercial opening Photo: PCOO

“It is a magnet that draws people together. But since we are Filipinos, you should accommodate them and partake of the bounties of what God has given us in the bowels of the earth,” Duterte said.

The President also urged the local officials of Alegria to carefully plan the future improvements in the said town and spend the money that the oilfields would earn to improve the living conditions of their people.

He also expected that there would be an airstrip in Alegria soon that would make the transportation in the said town easier.

“I can see your own airstrip here, which you can be proud of as your means of transportation from Alegria to other parts of the province and back,” Duterte said.

The oilfields which opened last week is expected to produce 200-400 oil barrels a day and it would give a tremendous amount of revenue to the national and local government.

It covers a total area of 197,000 hectares with approximately around 42,749 hectares dedicated to the production area.

The oilfield is currently operated by China International Mining Petroleum Company Ltd. with its partners Skywealth Group Holdings Ltd. And Phil-Mal Energy International Inc. with a P1.6 billion investment.

The recent development in Alegria has been praised by many people, wishing that more oilfields will be discovered soon.