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Bobby G. Nalzaro

Bobby G. Nalzaro

Bobby G. Nalzaro

Bobby G. Nalzaro

Bobby G. Nalzaro has gained the distinction of being one of the most hard-hitting radio personalities in Cebu. In his 28 years of public service as a media worker, his stinging commentaries endear him to his audience, most of them voiceless in the face of abuses by government officials.

In the 2004 national search, Bobby received the most coveted "KBP Golden Dove Award for Best Public Affairs Program Host for Radio," beating Korina Sanchez of ABS-CBN in a one-on-one nomination.

He was among the first batch of Garbo Sa Sugbo Awardees honored by the Cebu Provincial Government. He was also a recipient of the Achiever’s Award in Mass Media, given by the Zamboanga del Norte Provincial Government, his home province.

When he was still with Bombo Radyo Cebu, he was chosen as the best anchorman of the year during the network’s Top Level Management Conference in 1995. One of the few tri-media personalities in Cebu, he is a commentator of dySS "Super Radyo," newscaster of GMA 7 Cebu “Balitang Bisdak,” and columnist of Sun.Star Cebu and Sun.Star Superbalita.

He is the most sought after local product endorser on radio and voice-over talent, according to various advertising companies. He served in various positions in the local chapter of the Kapisanan ng mga Brodkaster ng Pilipinas, including local chapter chairman and regional chairman. He was chosen as one of the 23 influential persons in Cebu during Sun.Star’s 23rd anniversary.

Bobby was mauled by the son of a businessman in Mandaue after he exposed the exorbitant fees collected by the said businessman who operated a barge following the closure of the first Mactan-Mandaue bridge after Typhoon Ruping in 1990. His case was one of the reasons why Cebu Press Freedom Week was organized.

Columns

Nalzaro: Jomara out, Pamocor in?

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

DON’T be surprised if next month the disposal of garbage in Cebu City will be handled by Pasajero Motors Corp. (Pamocor), a company owned by Kasambagan Barangay Captain Franklin Ong, who is a political ally and a major campaign fund contributor of the “former political has-been.” This, following the decision of the Bids and Awards Committee (BAC) to disqualify Jomara Konstruckt for its failure to submit a new tax clearance during the May 16 bidding.

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Nalzaro: Politicians should unite to solve traffic

Sunday, May 21, 2017

IF local political leaders in Metro Cebu can just get their acts together, there is no doubt we can address the worsening traffic situation here. But the problem is because of personal and political motives and credit-grabbing, they don’t cooperate. I am not an expert but the way I see it, the solution to the traffic woes in Metro Cebu is divided into two components. If we can adopt all these, the better.

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Nalzaro: Red tape and corruption in OBO

Saturday, May 20, 2017

HAD the scaffolding on the seventh floor of an ongoing building construction not collapsed while cement was poured, we would not have known that the owner and the contractor failed to complete the building permit application with City Hall’s Office of the Building Official (OBO). The incident, which happened Thursday dawn in Barangay Tejero, resulted in the injury of three construction workers.

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Nalzaro: Anomaly in BFP 7 hiring?

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

A GROUP of Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP 7) applicants have complained about alleged irregularities in the bureau.

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Nalzaro: Ignoramus

Monday, May 15, 2017

OPINION is really the lowest form of human knowledge. It requires no accountability, no understanding. The highest form of knowledge is empathy, for it requires us to suspend our egos and live in another’s world. It requires profound purpose larger than the self kind of understanding, says Bill Bullard.

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