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A few days later, the alleged gunman, also a habal-habal driver, voluntarily surrendered to the mayor of Cotabato City and said it was 'road rage' that caused him to shoot his fellow driver and Ayao. His voluntary surrender raised more questions than answers, however, since his statement contradicts the police report that Ayao and the driver had been followed and were shot at close range from behind.
Unfortunately, Ayao had been a customer of Orteza when the suspect attacked and shot them along Ramon Rabago Avenue.
Ayao and companion Pio Orteza, 42, were riding a motorcycle together on Ramon Rabago Avenue in Cotabato Citywhen they were attacked by gunmen.
New Delhi [India], Dec 24 ( ANI ): The Indian economy may reach a 7 percent growth in 2018 with government policies tilting towards the stress-ridden rural landscape, the recently released ASSOCHAM Year-Ahead Outlook (AYAO) pointed out.
President GE-l met Ayao during his visit to Gabon while taking a stroll on the beach not far from the Gabonese president's beachfront housing complex, where he was staying as a guest of honor, and promised him the fishing boat engine.
(5) Ayao = Yao (Yao being the singular form); Wayao = we Ayao.
Police reports earlier said Ayao and his habal-habal (motorcycle) driver was shot to death by motorcycle-riding assailants in Cotabato City on Wednesday.
Ayao and Orteza sustained bullet wounds in their heads.
It could possibly be work-related," said Ayao's friend in the Bangsamoro regional government who asked not to be identified.
Pascia had just returned to his post after taking a break at a nearby bakery when he was killed, said Leo Ayao, another SMO member.
Arrested were Reymund Barbero Bagni, Gordon Jackson Walis, Gilbert Balacdey Loreto, Shobert Sumalnap Ubuagan, Eljhon Ubuagan Sumalnao, Florencio Ayao Beronilla, Dearly Langgi Beronilla, and Jerome Berona Guerrero, all residents or natives of Sallapadan, Abra.