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Child Support or Dismissal from Service? Policeman Made to Choose after Leaving Family

The wife of a policeman went to Raffy Tulfo in Action to seek help after her husband left them, but only provided a small amount of support for a few months.

Jaynel Soriano, a 27-year-old bank teller in Oriental Mindoro, went to Tulfo to seek additional support from her husband, PTLM. Mark Lester Soriano, a 28-year-old policeman assigned in Calamba, Laguna.

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According to Jaynel, she and Mark Lester broke up in January 2018. It was only after 6 months that the policeman provided support for their children, but though they have three kids, Mark Lester only gave them Php3,000 per month.

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Then, there were months when they did not receive support from the policeman and he did not even visit his children even if Jaynel did not prohibit him from seeing the kids.

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Instead of the Php3,000 that she receives from her former husband, Jaynel wants him to send Php15,000 per month to support the kids; however, Mark Lester said he could not afford that. Tulfo pointed out that a Patrolman earns at least Php29,000 a month – and Php3,000 for three children is really a very small amount.

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Jaynel insists that he should give child support or she would file a case so he would be dismissed from service because he now has a new family.

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With the help of Tulfo’s team, Jaynel met up with Mark Lester at the police station he was assigned in. Jaynel was shown his payslip which revealed that he has loans that’s why he could not give what his wife wanted.

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They would later agree that Jaynel and the kids would receive half of his salary, plus half of his thirteenth month and other bonuses he would get.

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How Much Do Policemen in the Philippines Earn?

The following are the base pays of policemen and uniformed servicemen in the Philippines:

  • Police Officer I (PO1): Php 29,668.00
  • Police Officer III (PO2): Php 30,867.00
  • Police Officer III (PO3): Php 32,114.00
  • Senior Police Officer I (SPO1): Php 33,411.00
  • Senior Police Officer II (SPO2): Php 34,079.00
  • Senior Police Officer III (SPO3): Php 34,761.00
  • Senior Police Officer IV (SPO4): Php 38,366.00
  • Cadet: Php 38,366.00
  • Police Inspector (PINSP): Php 49,528.00
  • Police Senior Inspector (PSINSP): Php 56,582.00
  • Police Chief Inspector (PCINSP): Php 62,555.00
  • Police Superintendent (PSUPT): Php 71,313.00
  • Police Senior Superintendent (PSSUPT): Php 80,583.00
  • Police Chief Superintendent (PCSUPT): Php 91,058.00
  • Police Director (PDIR): Php 102,896.00
  • Police Deputy General (PDDG): Php 125,574.00
  • Police Director General (PDG): Php 149,785.00

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Dialysis Patient Seeks Help after Husband Left Her for Nurse at Treatment Facility

A dialysis patient seeks the help of Raffy Tulfo in Action after her husband left her for a nurse at the treatment facility. What’s really sad is that the nurse had become her friend and she was actually the one who introduced the two!

Nurse Steals Patient’s Husband

Rica De Vera is a patient undergoing dialysis at the hospital where nurse Vera Mae Galang Barrameda used to work. Because Rica regularly goes to the hospital for her dialysis sessions, she befriended many of the nurses there, including Vera Mae.

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As friends, Rica often talks to Vera Mae about her husband who’s a seafarer. She feels happy that he supports them and had always been a good husband to her. On the other hand, Vera Mae shared that she’s annulled from her husband who was also a seaman because the latter had lots of women behind her back.

Knowing that Vera Mae had a bad experience with a cheating husband, Rica did not expect that she would actually steal her man! When Niko De Vera, Rica’s husband, was set to go home, Vera Mae requested Rica to ask whether he could her (the nurse) some bra. Niko didn’t mind.

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When Niko arrived in the Philippines, Rica introduced the two. She trusts her husband and Vera Mae is her friend. Since Niko was often the one to take her to the hospital for dialysis and treats her to a meal afterwards, she didn’t see nothing wrong in asking him to message Vera Mae for advice on medicines and food she needed as she was feeling weak.

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But she didn’t think the two would go and have a relationship behind her back. What’s worse, Niko left her and their kids for the nurse. Rica was able to get her kicked out from her job due to the relationship, but Niko supported the nurse so she could go to the US.

The poor patient had to seek help from Tulfo to find justice against her husband and her former nurse!

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What is Dialysis?

Dialysis is a medical procedure used for people whose kidneys could no longer take care of their needs. The procedure cleans the blood of toxins, excess water, and other things that would have been removed by healthy kidneys.

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Mayor Isko Donates Php8.8M Talent Fee to Give Gadgets for Online Learning to Poor Kids

Mayor Francisco “Isko Moreno” Domagoso decided to donate his talent fee worth Php8.8 million to buy gadgets that poor kids can use for online learning.

Together with Vice Mayor Honey Lacuna, he donated 1,010 pieces of Samsung Galaxy Tab A devices to the ‘poorest of the poor’ in the city. Isn’t that fantastic?

Photo credit: Isko Moreno Domagoso / Facebook

Mayor Isko Donates Talent Fee for Kids’ Gadgets

Last year, Mayor Isko donated the talent fee he received from many brands to the sick kids at the Philippine General Hospital (PGH). He went viral for the kind deed, but the kind mayor did not stop the donations from his talent fees.

Recently, the mayor of Manila joined hands with Vice Mayor Honey Lacuna so they can donate 1,010 pieces of Samsung Galaxy Tab A devices to the students of Universidad de Manila who come from the “poorest of the poor” families.

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Mayor Isko used up a total of Php8.8 million in talent fees from the following companies: Chooks to Go, Powerhouse Tools, I Am World Coffee, Fruitas, Cosmic Technologies Incorporated, and Better Option Pharmaceutical.

Growing up poor, Mayor Isko understands exactly what it feels to not have any money to buy the things that the kids need for school. So, he thought of helping out these children and their families by using his talent fees for a good cause.

Photo credit: Isko Moreno Domagoso / Facebook
Photo credit: Isko Moreno Domagoso / Facebook

The tablets can be utilized by these poor students to attend their online classes now that the Department of Education (DepEd) makes use of blended learning to provide education to these young minds.

Mayor Isko’s kind deed earned praise from netizens, with many wishing that their mayors and other local officials would also help out to ease the burden off the parents’ shoulders.

Photo credit: Isko Moreno Domagoso / Facebook
Photo credit: Isko Moreno Domagoso / Facebook

What is Blended Learning?

Blended learning is the type of learning delivery that makes use of asynchronous and synchronous learning activities in one course. This could mean that there will be synchronous learning activities such as video conferencing to promote learning while also utilizing printed modules and various asynchronous activities.

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#ManilaBayChallenge Trends on Various Social Media Sites

The #ManilaBayChallenge trends on various social media sites, with netizens showing a lot of creativity as they shared hilarious pictures.

#ManilaBayChallenge Trends

Last week, netizens flooded social media with angry posts about the crushed dolomite rocks that were dumped along the shores of Manila Bay as part of the beautification project. Many think that the crushed dolomite, passed off as white sand, is not a good thing to put on that spot.

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But others disagreed, saying that the new look of the Manila Bay, whether due to crushed dolomite rocks or real white sand, is so much better than when it was covered with lots of trash.

On Sunday, authorities temporarily opened the portion with the white sand so people can admire its beauty. Soon, however, things got out of hand as thousands flocked to the spot to take photos, without thought of social distancing.

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Considering that the COVID-19 pandemic continues to rage, many were alarmed to see so many people taking photos of the white beach, with many not even wearing face masks. The SWAT had to be called in to make people follow the rules but it was clear that so many hard-headed folks had flocked to the spot.

Photos of the tightly packed crowd quickly went viral.

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But netizens soon found a hilarious way to use these photos as the #ManilaBayChallenge went viral. Using photos of the crowd, netizens jokingly added their own beach photos and claimed that these people were taking their photos. LOL.

The posts are quite creative, with many sharing some of their most beautiful beach pictures while others picked the funnies ones.

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Kalma lang guys, Ako lang to oh! 😄✌️🤫. Pki organize nlng po sa social distancing pwde naman po via share-it nlng ang iba 😂😂😂✌️✌️✌️🤪🤪🤪. #manilabaychallenge #DominateChallenge,” one joked.

What is the #ManilaBayChallenge?

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The #ManilaBayChallenge dares people to share their beach selfies in a photo collage with a photo of the crowd taking pictures of the ‘white beach’ at the Manila Bay.
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