CONTROVERSIAL PRIEST ADMITTED WITH AFFAIRS WITH WOMEN LOSSES A SEAT AS BARANGAY CAPTAIN - PHILIPPINE REPUBLIC NEWS

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Tuesday, May 15, 2018

CONTROVERSIAL PRIEST ADMITTED WITH AFFAIRS WITH WOMEN LOSSES A SEAT AS BARANGAY CAPTAIN





Fr. Oscar Banzon, a controversial former Priest of Kawit, Meddelin, Cebu lost a seat as Barangay Captain after was defeated by her former choir member Charito Arreglado.





Arreglado was sent out as choir memeber by Fr. Banzon way back. But as of 2016 Barangay election, in untoward moment Arreglado put an end Banzon as a Barangay Captain by 919 votes.

“I believe the controversy that he’s dealing with paved the way for his defeat,” Arreglado said.

In 2013, Banzon was suspended by Cebu Archbishop Jose Palma after he ran and won as barangay captain in Kawit, the biggest village in the sugarcane-producing town of Medellin. The 68-year-old priest also openly admitted that he was in a relationship with a councilwoman in Kawit. They eventually broke up, prompting Banzon to court another woman. But his recent defeat also ended his relationship with his “girl.”

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