PNP CHIEF ELEAZAR WITNESSES GOV. BAMBI EMANO TURNING OVER MOTORCYCLE PATROLS By REYMARK CARREON SEMAÑA/PIO

Posted: October 28, 2021

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PHILIPPINE National Police (PNP) Chief Police General Guillermo Lorenzo T. Eleazar witnessed Governor Bambi Emano distributed 10 units of KTM 200cc motorcycles worth P2.5 million to the Misamis Oriental Provincial Police Office (MOPPO) in a turnover rites held Sunday, October 24, 2021, in Barangay San Martin, Villanueva, Misamis Oriental.

Governor Emano said the motorcycle units are intended to augment the transportation needs of the Provincial police force especially in responding to emergencies and calls for help.

Additionally, Governor Emano also turned over four units of portable toilets to the MOPPO the same occasion intended to the installed checkpoints in the borders of Misamis Oriental.

PNP Chief Eleazar also witnessed the ground breaking ceremony for the construction of the Provincial Director’s (PD) quarter and the second phase of covered court project inside the Provincial headquarters in Villanueva town.

The National police chief was awed with how Governor Emano supports the security efforts in Misamis Oriental, saying “Your presence, my engagement with you is my motivation and also my inspiration para ipagpatuloy itong ating ginagawa at magbigay pa ng serbisyo para sa taong bayan.”

Governor Emano has been providing food, coffee, water and vitamins to PNP personnel in Misamis Oriental, especially those assigned in COVID-19 and African Swine Fever (ASF) checkpoints. The Misamis Oriental Care System (MisOr CareS) is assigned to deliver them breakfast, lunch and dinner every day of the week since the breakouts of the killer viruses.

Also, Governor Emano have been providing sacks of rice and other essential needs to police stations in the entire province, according to MisOr CareS Provincial Coordinator Sandra Lim.

(PHOTO JEZREEL EUCACION AND MARVIN GILIG/PIO)