This is the roundup of stories that came out in local publications today, June 13, 2016.

NEW LEAF.  Jeffrey Diaz, alias Jaguar, meets with DYRF reporters in an exclusive interview, where he said he has left the trade. (Photo from Wang-Wang Cebu's FB page)
NEW LEAF. Jeffrey Diaz, alias Jaguar, meets with DYRF reporters in an exclusive interview, where he said he has left the trade. (Photo from Wang-Wang Cebu’s FB page)

Cebu City’s top drug pusher willing to help cops.

NOTORIOUS drug pusher Jeffrey Diaz, alias Jaguar said he has left the drug business and is willing to help the police catch other drug personalities. Jaguar also said he is willing to surrender to president-elect Rodrigo Duterte so he and his family’s safety would be assured.

I ask forgiveness to those who I have victimized in the past…I just want to live the rest of my life in peace. I swear on my family’s life that I have stopped pushing. As God is my witness, all I want is to sleep in peace and to be able to walk without fear for my life. Jeffrey Diaz in exclusive interview with DYRF.

Read: Freeman: Cebu’s No. 1 drug personality leaves trade, willing to help police.

Margot: Sue me.

INCOMING Cebu City councilor Jocelyn Pesquera is threatening Cebu City Acting Margot Osmena with a lawsuit over the citizen’s arrest of Rodolfo Tabasa, a barangay councilor of Labangon who is one of the several officials facing charges for failing to heed Osmena’s memo to return city-owned vehicles. Osmena said she did not order the arrest of Tabasa, who was nabbed in his home last Friday night.

She (Pesquera) can do what she likes. I have been called many names….They can call me what they want. I know naman who I am and I know I’m not a mad dog. I’m not a fly, I’m not a kidnapper. Acting Cebu City mayor Margot Osmena.

Read: Cebu Daily News: Margot dares Pesquera–Sue me.

Freeman: Margot urges defiant officials to return vehicles, avoid arrest.

Sun.Star Cebu: Association of Barangay Council says Tabasa’s arrest was illegal

Central Visayas welcomes 84,000 Grade 11 students.

Despite lacking the required number of teachers and classrooms Department of Education officials in Region 7 said they are ready to welcome 84,000 Grade 11 students for the opening of classes today. Majority of the students–70,000—are enrolled in public schools.

Read: Sun.Star Cebu: DepEd still hiring teachers for Grade 11 students.

Related News:
Freeman: Parents, students advised to bring umbrella during opening day

Freeman: Cops assure students’ safety during opening of classes.

Cebu Daily News: Familiar woes–not enough teachers, classrooms as classes open.

Other Cebu Stories.

Sun.Star Cebu: DepEd 7 readies students, teachers for La Nina

Sun.Star Cebu: COA orders Cebu City Hall to return P76 million worth of PDAF

Sun.Star Cebu: Landslide kills 2 boys–5, 3–in Carmen

Sun.Star Cebu: Detainees vow to change if given another chance to be free

Cebu Daily News: Cebu City prepares for increased water demand, traffic congestion

Cebu Daily News: Bridge traffic to worsen during opening of classes

Cebu Daily News: Margot leads simple Independence Day rites

Cebu Business News.

Winners of Sun.Star Cebu’s Best of Cebu hopes recognition leads to increased business

Sun.Star Cebu: Venture capitalist hopes for more research, development in tech industry

Freeman: Aboitiz confident of company’s continued growth in 2016

Cebu Daily News: Primary Homes invests P260 million in Courtyards

Cebu Daily News: Aboitizland to focus on national expansion

Cebu Sports Stories.

Sun.Star Cebu: Canoy beats Autida in Uptown Rumble

Freeman: Tabal meets Patafa today to discuss reinstatement in national team

Cebu Daily News: Pinoy Aquaman crosses Cebu strait

Cebu Opinion

Wenceslao: Duterte ignoring US in West Philippine Sea issue

Seares: Allan Cayeetano left in the dust

Nalzaro: Margot Osmena is drunk with power

Tundag: Robredo must act as VP

Paredes: When might makes right

MyCebu is all about Cebu. If you share our passion and have a story to tell or you want to partner with us, pitch us at [email protected].

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *