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Meet Mindanao’s richest governors and mayors

Who says we here in Mindanao don’t have multimillionaires? The Island of Mindanao may still look rural to many but we have a lot of silent (and otherwise) multimillionaires here, mind you…and some of them are in office! Seriously. Meet Mindanao’s richest governors and mayors.

According to a Mindanews report, Davao del Norte Governor Rodolfo del Rosario is STILL (meaning he was the richest last year) the richest governor in Mindanao with networth P408.94 million while Oroquieta City Mayor Jorge Almonte is the richest city mayor with networth P54.71 million as of yearend 2007, according to their Statement of Assets, Liabilities and Net Worth (SALN).

Here are the top 15 richest Mindanao provincial governors:

1. Davao del Norte’s Rodolfo del Rosario …………P408.94 million
2. Bukidnon’s Jose Ma. Zubiri…………………………. 103.42 M
3. Zamboanga Sibugay’s George Hover ……………100.63 M
4. Zamboanga del Norte’ Rolando Yebes…………… 43.18 M
5. Surigao del Norte’s Robert Ace Barbers………… 36.84 M
6. Camiguin’s Jurdin Jesus Romualdo………………… 32.25 M
7. North Cotabato’s Jesus Sacdalan…………………… 31.48 M
8. Surigao del Sur’s Vicente Pimentel…………………..29.96 M
9. Dinagat Island’s Glenda Ecleo…………………………..23.21 M
10. Sultan Kudarat’s Suharto Mangudadatu…………….21.06 M
11. Maguindanao’s Andal Ampatuan……………………… 18.50 M
12. Zamboanga del Sur’s Aurora Cerilles…………….……13.13 M
13. Misamis Oriental’s Oscar Moreno………………………..11.99 M
14. Agusan del Norte’s Erlpe John Amante …………… 5.04 M
15. Sarangani’s Miguel Rene Dominguez……………… .. 4.97 M

Meanwhile, here are the top 24 richest Mindanao city mayors:

1. Tagum’s Rey Uy …………………….……………..P 66.93 M;

2. Zamboanga’s Celso Lobregat………………………. 49.64 M

3. Oroquieta’s Jorge Almonte…………………………. 40.15 M

4. Dipolog’s Evelyn Uy……………………………….. 29.39 M

5. Isabela’s Cherrylyn Akbar………………………….. 17.00 M

6. Tangub’s Philip Tan…………………………………. 14. 42 M

7. General Santos’ Pedro Acharon…………………….. 12.78 M

8. Davao’s Rodrigo Duterete…………………………… 9.68 M:

9. Lamitan’s Roderick Furigay…………………………. 8.60 M

10. El Salvador’s Emelita Almirante…………………….. 7.60 M

11. Mati’s Michelle Marie Denise Rabat………………… 7.56 M

12. Pagadian’s Samuel Co………………………………… 7.46 M;

13. Bislig’s Alberto Tan……………………………………6.76 M

14. Gingoog’s Ruth Guingona……………………………. 5.77 M

15. Iligan’s Lawrence Cruz………………………………..4.92 M;

16. Koronadal’s Fernando Miguel…………………………4.40 M;

17. Kidapawan’s Rodolfo Gantuangco……………………4.26 M

18. Tandag’s Alexander Pimentel………………………….3.13 M

19. Malaybalay’s Florencio Flores…………………………3.00 M

20. Tacurong’s Lino Montilla………………………………2.76 M

21. Cabadbaran’s Dale Corvera…………………………….2.09 M

22. Panabo’s Jose Silvosa……………………………………1:34 M;

23. Samals’ Aniano Antalan…………………………………1.10 M

24. Valencia’s Leandro Jose Catarata ……………………..1.02 M

Interestingly, six Mindanao governors allegedly didn’t have SALN records with the Ombudsman in Mindanao. They are Davao Oriental’s Corazon Malanyaon; Basilan’s Jum Jainuddin Akbar; Lanao del Norte’s Khalid Dimaporo; Lanao del Sur’s Mamintal Adiong, Sulu Governor Abdusakur Tan and Tawi-tawi Governor Sadikul Sahali.

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