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By: Eleanor Valeros | Published Thursday, May 07, 2020
The Tindahan sa Kapitolyo is available in 17 local government units in Cebu Province. Of this, Borbon and Tabuelan towns were the first to remit their sales to the Capitol. (Photo from Local Government of Ronda FB Page)

The Municipalities of Borbon and Tabuelan share top spots as local government units in the Province of Cebu with best efforts in the sales management of the “Tindahan sa Kapitolyo.” 

In the regular livestream report of Governor Gwendolyn Garcia over “Sugbo News,” she acknowledged Borbon and Tabuelan as the first to have turned over 100 percent of their sales to the Cebu Provincial Government.

Borbon turned over P1.2 million in sales while Tabuelan settled a total of P885,741.66.

There are 17 LGUs in the Province that opened their “Tindahan sa Kapitolyo” in their respective municipal gyms. Capitol provided basic goods for the program worth P17.5 million but because it is intended to sell goods at 10-percent less, the expected revenue is just 15.7 million.

“Kay mao ra ni tindahan nga magpaalkansi alang kaninyo,” the governor reiterated.

“Duha gyud ni silang topnotcher sa pag-remit sa ilang halin. Shoutout sa Borbon ug Tabuelan. Congratulations Mayor Noel Dotillos ug Mayor Raul Gerona,” Garcia said in her report.

The two towns have also replenished their stocks of rice, canned goods, sugar, milk, eggs, among other prime commodities.

Again, Tabuelan is first to have turned over partial proceeds to the Province. “Nakauna ang Tabuelan kay naka-remit na sila’g 39 percent, nya ang Borbon one percent pa,” Garcia pointed out.

The “Tindahan sa Kapitolyo” Program will also sell meat products such as chicken, chorizo, adobo cuts, pork chop, pork jowl, and chicken leg quarter.

Since the prices are discounted by 10 percent, chicken leg quarter will be sold at P90 only per kilo while the adobo cuts will be at P125 per kilo, pork jowl at P99 per kilo, chorizo jumbo at P135 per kilo, and chorizo skinless at P22.50 per pack.

Borbon is also one of top LGUs which committed to provide a freezer for the meat products. The others are Santander, Boljoon, Aloguinsan, Santa Fe, Sogod, Poro, Tudela, Ginatilan, Alegria, and Ronda. 

For the second batch, Asturias, Tuburan, Oslob, Pinamungajan, Compostela, Sibonga, and Liloan are the LGUs which also committed to secure a freezer.

Sibonga, Barili, Pinamungajan, Asturias, Tuburan, San Francisco, Catmon, Cordova, and Moalboal are the next batch of LGUs to open their “Tindahan sa Kapitolyo.” (Eleanor Valeros)