ORTIGOZA: Lady Mayor’s Lover

August 27, 2013 at 10:07 pm Leave a comment


What is this? A kin of a former high official in the country told me that a famous media man in the Philippines died not from an ordinary stroke as what the family impressed to the public.
He said an ambassador of a foreign country told his relative that the prolific media man died in the middle of a carnal activity with a foreign woman.

“That’s why the deceased’ angry wife asked the one who has custody of his body to cremate him immediately after he died before he was transported to a plane bound home,” my source, a former high official too, told me.
A former jueteng personality, an accountant graduate, told us media men that he started with some friends in running “bukis (illegal number game that piggybacked on jueteng)in the 1970s.

He said his illegal trade became successful because he allied with the brother of the mayor for protection. When the mayor learned his brother benefited from the illegal number games, he threatened the gambling lord to stop the game of chance. But the mayor acquiesced when the jueteng personality told him he would be receiving a “sueldo” worth P300, 000 a month from him.
“Maliit lang ang ingreso (collection) kada araw noon P300,000 lang”.
When the mayor finished his three terms (nine years), the new mayor asked him to give him P1 million a month then the next mayor asked him for P3 million a month.
He said money then was not a problem because he could earn up to P14 million a month from the illegal number game.
The city where he runs his trade can have as high as P1.5 million “ingreso” or remittances everyday from gullible bettors.
Recently, broadcasters I met in Pangasinan have been talking about a lady mayor who went to the southern part of the country for a tryst with her paramour.
“Iyong kabit noong wala pa silang relasyon ni mayora tag-isandaan lang pinupusta sa sabungan. Ngayon big time na kasi binigay na sa kanya ang pagpatakbo ng bukis (illegal number game that ride on Meridian’s Jai-Alai’s winning number),”he stressed in the vernacular.
The source said the paramour bets and loses up to twenty thousand pesos every time he gambles in the cockpit.
This matron-looking chief executive is known to be dumb.
Those scandalized and curious public can listen to radio commentaries so they can get an idea who is this chief executive who bastardized her turf.

After naming the nominees for the police director of Pangasinan, Philippine National Police’s Region 1 Director Ricardo Marquez has no idea the date Governor Amado T. Espino will select one of the three nominees as mandated by law. “Mahirap mahirap, dahil hindi tayo ang magdedesisyon. They are the one (National Police Commission) deciding it,” he told me.
“Ang importante doon we observed due process as far as the PNP is concerned. Iyong process is na-complete na natin,” he stressed.
Marquez said out of the 13 applicants at the Senior Officers Placement and Promotion Board (SOPPB) for the top police post in Pangasinan, the board filtered it to three nominees to include Senior Superintendents Mariel M. Magaway, Ferdinand Divina, and Valerio de Leon.

Marquez hopes that before the next writ of injunction hearing on September 5 at the Regional Trial Court in Lingayen, Pangasinan filed by Espino against him, Chan, and Director Catalino Cuy, PNP chief for Personnel and Records Management, the governor has chosen already his provincial director.
He said however he could not cite the exact date when the National Police Commission submits to him the list. “Madali , minsan matagal-tagal ng kakaunti. Marami rin concern ina-attend iyong NAPOLCOM. Pero we are hopeful before the next meeting before September 5 magkakaroon na rin ng resolution.”
Marquez said the legal counsel and the camp of Espino are quite satisfied how the aspiration of the governor for the law to be followed progresses because they saw how the national police practice good faith when they promised in July 4, 2013 to observe the law when they met with the respondents and their counsel at the chamber of Judge Caridad Villegas-Galvez of Regional Trial Court Branch 69 here.
“So naniniwala na good faith ang national police dito. We have started the process by posting (the availability of the police post in Pangasinan). Kasi may notice of vacancy we completed the process by submitting the list of eligible,” he stressed.
(You can read my selected columns at http://mortzortigoza.blogspot.com and articles at Pangasinan News Aro. You can send comments too at totomortz@yahoo.com)

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