Cebu Daily Newscast: Body of man found dumped in Camp 7, Minglanilla
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Here’s what you need to know on Monday, September 11.
A man’s body was discovered at the side of the Toledo-Manipis Road in Sitio Telepuno, Barangay Camp 7, Minglanilla town, Cebu, on Monday morning, September 18, 2023.
The body was found in Camp 7 at around 7 a.m., according to an initial report from the Minglanilla police. It was said to be discovered by students who were passing the area, the police report said.
The report identified the victim as Dhinz Adzyl Abadilla Zabala, who is 32 years old and a resident of Barangay Sambag 1 in Cebu City.
Establishments of all sizes in Central Visayas are told to start preparing for the new daily minimum wage rate that will take effect this October.
But business communities here in Cebu had reservations over it, saying that it might further dampen the economy instead of promoting stimulus.
Picked in the fifth round of the 2023 PBA Draft, controversial guard John Amores is looking at this opportunity to show that he’s capable of a “new start.”
Amores, who became the talk of the town last year after running amok during an NCAA game, was selected fifth in the fifth round by NorthPort Batang Pier on Sunday.
While the contingents of the Karansa Festival in Danao city were performing for their street dance competition, an adorable spectator entertained the onlookers on Sunday, September 17.
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