For Baguio City Resident, 5 Years Still No National ID!

BAGUIO CITY, Philippines (The Adobo Chronicles, Baguio Bureau) – If there was a Guinness Record for the “Longest Man in Waiting for an ID,” Jake De Leon would win it hands down.

The Baguio City resident said he’s been waiting for his Philippine National ID for 5 years now. Others have been waiting for theirs for a year or two since the National ID law was signed in 2018 by then President Rodrigo Duterte. De Leon’s wait is unprecedented.

The Adobo Chronicles caught up with De Leon while he was shopping at SM Baguio Supermarket and we asked him when the exact date was when he turned in his National ID application.

His reply: “What application?”

Viral Nurse Says Her Account Has Been Hacked Since 2022

BAGUIO CITY, Philippines (The Adobo Chronicles, Baguio City Bureau) – The Baguio City nurse who went viral on social media because of her post that suggested life support systems for (alive and kicking) Imelda Marcos be altered has come out with a public statement, courtesy of her attorney.

In the statement, the attorney said the nurse’s account has been hacked and that she would never wish Mrs. Marcos to be harmed.

“Why would I do such thing when in fact, I am a Marcos loyalist,” Faith who goes by Peyt on her now-deleted account told The Adobo Chronicles.

The AC investigative team searched the Internet to find proof she is a Marcos fan through and through, and this is what we found — a post in 2022. Has her account been hacked since then?

Maharlika, FL Liza Marcos, Kiss And Make Up!

MANILA, Philippines (The Adobo Chronicles, Manila Bureau) – For days on end, Los Angeles-based Vlogger Bb. Maharlika has been criticizing Philippine First Lady Liza Araneta Marcos, even calling her “Mrs. President.”

But there is always a time to kiss and make up, which the two did today.

Posting a photo of her with Mrs. Marcos on her social media account (presumably taken during the 2022 presidential campaign when the Vlogger was hoping to be appointed to a powerful position in Malacañang), Maharlika said “all’s well that ends well,” adding that that “ Mrs. President and I have come to an acceptable financial compromise.”

The Adobo Chronicles could not verify or confirm what that financial compromise involves.

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