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Bul gov awards brgy tanods and jeepney drivers
By: PPAO
Friday, 16 September 2011
CITY OF MALOLOS- Governor Wilhelmino M. Sy-Alvarado awarded the barangay tanods from San Jose Del Monte City after being hailed as the fastest learner and to-notched during the commencement exercises entitled “Sabayang Pagtatapos (Kasanayan at Kaalaman sa Wastong Paggamit ng Probaton at Arnis), yesterday at the Hiyas Pavilion, this city.

More or less 569 barangay tanods underwent the two-day probaton and arnis training facilitated Froilan Alvarez, Mario Merendez and Ben Acosta of Oroquita City Misamis Occidental Martial Arts (OCMOMA).

Together with guest speaker Commanding General of 7th Infantry Division of Phil. Army Major General Irineo Espino, other personalities who graced the event were Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) Provincial Director Myra Moral, Colonel Hilario Vicente Lagnada of 56th Infantry Battalion and Provincial Director P/Sr. Supt. Fernando.

Meanwhile, approximately 500 jeepney drivers and operators gathered on the same venue for the Araw ng Lingkod Lansangan at 1:30 in the afternoon.

Gov. Alvarado handed the certificate of the 150 participants of the Handog Pangkasanayan para sa mga Jeepney Operators and Drivers Association and distributed goodies to the drivers and operators who attended the said program.

Aside from 1-UTAK Partylist representative Homer Mercado who graced the event as the guest speaker, Engr., Narciso Maniacap of Land Transportation Office (LTO), Provincial Director PSSupt. Mendez and Atty. Katrina Nicdao of Department of Energy (DOE) were present on the said event and shared some annotations.

The said assembly aim to acknowledge the contribution of the jeepney drivers and operators in the implementation of orderliness, peace and order in the province as part of the seven point agenda of the governor. ###

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