Jarabelo was nabbed after he soldsuspected shabu to an undercover officer for P200 around 10:53 a.m. onSaturday, the report added. Resident Joseph Jarabelo yielded thesuspected illegal drugs, a police report showed. BACOLOD City – Suspected shabuweighing about one gram valued at around P6,000 was seized in a buy-bust operationin Barangay Handumanan. Representative Photo The suspect was detained in thecustodial facility of Police Station 10, facing charges for violation ofRepublic Act 9165, or the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002./PN
The management of Berekum Chelsea are on the verge taking a final decision of pulling out from the 2014 CAF Champions League qualifiers due to the lack of funds and inexperience crop of players in their camp as close sources disclose.The club is currently holding talks with sponsors to see if they can raise the needed cash for the two-legged tie against FC Atlabara of South Sudan and also contemplating on their previous quality to this time aroundThe US$ 20,000 received from the Ghana Football Association( GFA) can only foot the bill for their first leg clash and the club couldn’t purchase the best of players for the campaign.The Berekum-based side will officially confirm their pulling out to the Ghana Football Association by the close of this week as they deliberate with relocated president Emmanuel Kyeremeh who now resides in Canada.The 2012 CAF Champions League group stage campaigners are said to owe players and technical team three-months salaries and has a majority of its key players injured and have been neglected due to financial constraints.If this decision is reached the club will be banned for three years and fined by CAF
As emotions run high over the release of the much anticipated results for the 2016 National Grade Six Assessment (NGSA), the Education Ministry has pronounced that the results should be disseminated within the next two weeks.Initially, parents, student and teachers were expecting the results last week or early this week, with even Education Minister, Dr Rupert Roopnaraine relating that the Ministry was anticipating the results last Friday.However, according to Chief Education Officer (CEO) Olato Sam, the results will be made available at schools within the next two weeks. It however did not indicate specifically which day the results are expected.Since the beginning of June which marked a little over a month since the examinations were sat, over 14,500 Grade Six students from across Guyana were on the ‘look out’ for the results. These results are usually sent to the Ministry and distributed across schools a little over a month after the exams are written.This is usually the period between every year that students from across the country look forward for the release of their results from the NGSA which is written in the latter part of April.On April 27 and 28, Grade Six students from across Guyana set out to their respective schools with hopes running high as they sat the two-day examinations.The results of these exams would determine their entry into secondary schools across the country as the new school term begins in September.These students were tested on the four main curriculum subjects – Mathematics, Science, Social Studies and English.