Camiguin Lady Brgy Kagawad brutally murdered; Romualdo calls for probe

February 5, 2009

By Lizanilla J. Amarga

Camiguin Gov. Jesus Jardin Romualdo has now ordered the investigation of the brutal murder of a lady barangay official who was stabbed 10 times in front of her son inside the victim’s home Friday evening. Read more

Letter from Sr. Añover on Camiguin Arrest Incident involving 42 Families

November 1, 2008

This is the letter or Information sheet I got from Sr. M. Francis Añover

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42 families arrested, evicted out of Camiguin islet

November 1, 2008

By Lizanilla J. Amarga

Some 42 families were arrested for illegally squatting at a government owned property in Mantigue island, Mahinog which is set to be turned into a top eco-tourist destination by the Provincial Government of Camiguin. Read more

Findings No.8 COA Annual Audit Report 2006

July 25, 2008

8. In view of the weak specific and monitoring controls, the Province has collected only P549,680 of the total loans receivable of P22,494,522.93 or has 2% efficiency rate in the collection of the SAIL and PNPL Loans thus casting doubts on the effectiveness of the program in the attainment of its objectives specifically on the religious repayment of loan for roll-over purposes and increase production of agricultural products. Read more

Findings No.7 COA Annual Audit Report 2006

July 25, 2008

7. The Province have not adequately planned their Annual Procurement because of the lack of coordination between offices which is contrary to the provision of Section 7 and 12 of the Implementing Rules and Regulations of Republic Act 9184 thus, numerous Purchase Request, Purchase Orders and supporting documents were prepared and processed daily resulting to tedious encoding of the inventories for the computerized accounting system notwithstanding the incurrence of more expenses for the office supplies used in printing the supporting documents. Read more

Findings No.6 COA Annual Audit Report 2006

July 25, 2008

6. The project Improvement of Bonbon-Kilon-ac-Minocol Farm to Market Road implemented by the Province through contract was not provided with adequate appropriation in violation to Section 7 of the Implementing Rules and Regulations of RA 9184 and Section 85 (1) of Presidential Decree No. 1445 Read more

Findings No.5 COA Annual Audit Report 2006

July 25, 2008

5. Individual debtors of loans funded from PNPL Loan repayments totaling P2,063,971.95 and PNPL-SAIL II/SPDA of P9,110.48 have remained unidentified as of year-end caused by the failure of the Accounting Office to create subsidiary ledger of loan recipients coupled with the absence of initiative of both the Provincial Accounting and Agriculture Offices to dig up previous disbursement voucher consequently its collection could not be effected.

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Findings No.4 COA Annual Audit Report 2006

July 25, 2008

4. In view of the complexity of some transactions, erroneous entries were prepared for the transfer of Drugs, Medicines, Medical and Laboratory Supplies from the stock room to the hospital pharmacy which is not in accordance with Section 4j of the New Government Accounting System, volume I. In addition, there was no effective internal control system installed in the operation which expose the assets to risk of possible loss .

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Findings No.3 COA Annual Audit report 2006

July 25, 2008

3. Deliveries of supplies and property were recorded in the books after payment and at the end of the year, it was recorded based on approved Purchase Orders instead of basing it on the delivery receipt and/or inspection report contrary to the provisions of Section 4s of the New Government Accounting System, Volume I thereby understating the inventories and payables during the year while overstating the inventories and Accounts Payable at end of year by P2,730,303.08. Read more

Findings No.2 COA Annual Audit Report 2006

July 25, 2008

2. Despite advisory letter and verbal reminders, the Provincial Agriculture Office still failed to submit the Report of Supplies and Materials issued thus, the Agricultural Supplies worth P1,496,829.61 which were already issued has remained under Agricultural Supplies Inventory in the Trust Fund books thus, overstating the inventory account by P1,496,829.61. Read more

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