ILOILO City – Monsignor Meliton Oso, director of the Archdiocese of Jaro’s Archdiocesan Social Action Center, is a victim of a fake Facebook account. One of the most vocal priests in the archdiocese speaking out against, among others, the drug war, extrajudicial killings and most recently the controversial Anti-Terrorism Law, he warned parishioners not to be duped into believing that the Facebook account bearing his name was his. “I also have friends outside the country saying they were happy because now I have a Facebook account,” said Oso. “This gives me cause for worry. We don’t need false information at a time when we’re dealing with a serious public health crisis,” said Guevarra. But the maverick priest clarified, “Si Dodong Oso wala Facebook. Ang langas-langas ko lang pirme, akon lang face ang ginabokbok.” In a recent Mass at the Jaro Metropolitan Cathedral, Oso revealed that his staff called his attention to a Facebook account bearing his name. “Indi ina akon, so ‘unfriend’ (that fake Facebook account) kun pwede pa lang. Or ‘friend’ him at your own peril,” Oso warned the public. “Wala ta kabalo kon ano ina iya himuon. Please, wala ako Facebook. Salamat gid,” reiterated Oso. There has been an explosion of fake Facebook accounts in recent days, and according to those who have been victimized, the targets appear to be those speaking out against the Anti-Terrorism Bill and critics of the Duterte administration, many of whom are students such as those from the University of the Philippines, and alumni of the premier state university. They view this as a scare tactic to silence critics. The Department of Justice announced it would be investigating this sudden surge of bogus accounts on social media platform Facebook. Identity theft is a crime punishable under the Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012./PN He warned people against engaging with the fake Facebook account. Secretary Menardo Guevarra said he would direct the agency’s cybercrime office to coordinate with the National Bureau of Investigation and the Philippine National Police to “promptly investigate” the spike in fake profiles.
Victor Ezeji has revealed that he was shocked and unable to comprehend Didier Drogba’s defeat in the Ivorian football presidential election. Former Ivorian international Didier Drogba The ex-Chelsea star was tipped as the favourite to defeat challengers Idriss Diallo and Sory Diabate to the office. In Sunday’s election conducted among former Cote d’Ivoire players through video conferencing, the two-time African Player of the Year scored zero out of the 14 votes available. As well as Drogba, incumbent vice-president Diallo got no votes as league president Diabate reaped 11 ballots, while three withdrew. Didier Zokora, who was Drogba’s assistant captain, shockingly was among the retired players who failed to approve the 42-year-old. Nonetheless, Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) legend Ezeji who is gloomy about the outcome tries to find answers to what went wrong. “First, I will attribute this to envy because most times, ex-internationals seem to envy themselves especially when one is thriving, there are so much envy and bad blood,” the former Enyimba, Club Africain and Heartland forward told Goal. “I think that is one of the things that must have led Drogba not getting a vote from any of the ex-internationals which is very absurd. “In most sane countries, you’ll see ex-internationals head their FAs because it’s like putting a round peg in a round hole. That was what everybody expected it [the Ivorian election] to be. “Personally, I thought Drogba would have a clean sweep because the ex-internationals were involved. Unfortunately, that did not happen. “Also, when it comes to elections generally in Africa, people tend to sell their votes for envelopes. Drogba probably didn’t reach out to them or make mouthwatering promises. Loading… Promoted ContentYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of AnimeWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?Real Faces Of The Women From World Famous PaintingsThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreTop 7 Best Car Manufacturers Of All TimeWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The UniverseDeepika Padukone’s Most Memorable LooksThe Models Of Paintings Whom The Artists Were Madly In Love WithWho’s The Best Car Manufacturer Of All Time?Fantastic-Looking (and Probably Delicious) Bread ArtWho Earns More Than Ronaldo? “Like my friend would say, for you to know how popular you are, it is when you contest for an election.” Before drawing the curtain on his illustrious career in 2018, Drogba enjoyed a trophy-laden spell – especially in England where he claimed four Premier League titles, four FA Cups and three League Cups. Some have attributed his indecent loss to a lack of experience – an assertion Ezeji totally disagrees with. “We might say he doesn’t have the experience, but there is no market in this world where experience is sold,” he continued. “Sometimes, you have to learn on the job and having played at the highest level, I think that’s enough experience. “Again, they might have felt he is not capable enough to lead their FA, well, that’s their personal opinion which I don’t want to dabble into, but I still believe they should have stood by Drogba and see how it would go, unfortunately, they failed to do that.” The 2003 Caf Champions League winner and ex-Nigeria international suggests Drogba should explore what happened to know where things fell apart. “This issue needs to be treated with urgency because we have always lamented that ex-internationals are being relegated when it comes to football administration, and here one man is taking it upon himself to take the mantle of leadership but he is being turned down by his fellow ex-internationals,” he added. “It is not a good thing, I feel Drogba should go deep to find out what really happened because it is very unbelievable that out of 14 people, 11 voted against him and three absconded. He should also find out why the three absconded.” read also:How Anelka, Drogba blazed trail with chaotic season in China Drogba will be hoping that members of Cote d’Ivoire’s active footballers’ association, coaches, referees and physios will vote in his favour. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享