Friday 19th January 2018. Edwin Hosoomel, composer and musician.

January 19, 2018

Program Audio:

Yazmin! No more tall people! (Edwin & Gerry)

Dropping in during the last hour today was Edwin Hosoomel, he was born in Panama in 1982. He has lived the last decade in Germany, calling Hamburg… home.

His love for the music started when he was 6 years old and a record machine came to his hands. But it was not until his mid-twenties, when his talent was “discovered” by some Friends, who listened to him singing by chance.

Edwin Hosoomel “Games in the Darkness.

Also great music and a rummage around the Internet, one story that stands out is a blood test that can give an early warning of  a number of Cancers.

News Audio:

Felipe Antonio Fuentes López, in charge of the Seventh Criminal Court, admitted -through a letter sent to José Ayú Prado, president of the Supreme Court of Justice- that he kept in his house the files related to the Financial Pacific case, which were found last January 15 on the Pan-American Highway, near Loma Cova, Arraiján.

The former minister and current candidate for the General Secretariat of the Democratic Change party (CD), Giselle Burillo, denounced yesterday afternoon that in the social networks of Luis Eduardo Camacho and Alma Cortés are circulating false documents that make reference to an alleged handwritten letter by Ricardo Martinelli, where he assures his support for Cortés’ candidacy.

The Ministry of Public Works (MOP) announced yesterday that it would modify the decree prohibiting the demonstrations on the coastal strip, which was published Wednesday in the Official Gazette.

Almost half of the institutions, municipalities and public companies evaluated by the National Authority of Transparency and Access to Information (Antai) do not comply 100% with what is stipulated by Law 6 of 2002.

Eric Estrada, who was in charge of the Institutional Protection Service (SPI), became the new director of the National Border Service (Senafront), as announced yesterday.

The Cordoba F.C. of the second division of the Spanish League will have, starting this weekend, a series of talks for Panamanian youth players, in order to find talent in Panamanian football, said a representative of the Andalusian club to Acan-Efe.

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