PMA Maringal Class of 1988 adopts humanitarian broadcast journalist Daniel Razon

admin   •   August 17, 2017   •   16322

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MANILA, Philippines — BMPI-UNTV chairman and CEO Daniel Razon was officially adopted Tuesday night as a fraternal member of the Philippine Military Academy Maringal Class of 1988, PNP chapter.

Police Maringal Association Incorporated chairman Police Director Leo Angelo Leuterio said, Razon, more popularly known as Kuya Daniel, is very much qualified to become a member of their class as his character exemplifies a true “mistah.”

“In the case of Kuya Daniel, [it was] very easy because his reputation is well known. So it was very easy for us to come up with a decision. His values would be compatible with the Maringal class of 1988,” said Leuterio.

Kuya Daniel admitted he would have joined the military had he not become a broadcaster.

“Had it not been for the path that I actually followed in my life I could have been one of the military personnel cause this is also one of those things that I really want to pursue in my life,” he said.

Kuya Daniel vowed to extend his advocacy to them whom he now calls “comrades” and to the people that the class serves,  by conducting free medical services, free education program and through the service of the UNTV News and Rescue Team.

“For the service not only of our group but also for the service of those people that we serve. So you treat our station, your station. You treat our entity, your entity. And you treat me as your servant. I will be, with God’s help, your servant and the people’s servant,” said Kuya Daniel.

Meanwhile, members of Maringal Class of 1988 are confident that they will be able to render public services more so  now that they have Kuya Daniel.

They also promised to undergo UNTV’s rescue training to further widen their life-saving skills.

“When the situation calls for this training to be applied, we are grateful. I think it was a divine intervention these things cropped up during the dialogue we have with Kuya Daniel,” said Leuterio.

Aside from Kuya Daniel, among the prominent personalities adopted by PMA Class of 1988 are DOTC Secretary Emilio Abaya, former Vice President Jejomar Binay, and Senator JV Ejercito.

Sa anomang paraan na aking magagawa ay nangangako po akong sa tulong ng Panginoon ay hindi ko kayo ipapahiya (In any way I can, I promise, with God’s help, I will not embarrass you) and I will live up to be  maringal, marangal at kapakipakinabang ( noble, honest and productive),” said Razon.

“In any way that I can help, I promise that with the help of the Lord I will not let you down. I will live up to be a Maringal, noble and productive,” he added. — Mon Jocson | UNTV News & Rescue

 

 

PNP chief orders cops to ensure orderly voter’s registration as deadline nears

Robie de Guzman   •   September 24, 2021

MANILA, Philippines – Philippine National Police (PNP) chief Police General Guillermo Eleazar on Friday directed police personnel to ensure the implementation of peace and order, and public health protocols in various sites as the deadline for the voter’s registration nears.

Eleazar issued the directive following reports of crowding and long lines in registration sites with only one week left before the registration closes.

He said police commanders should deploy enough number of personnel in various COMELEC registration sites to ensure the peaceful conduct of registration amid the threat of COVID-19.

Local police offices and units should also coordinate with local government units for the assistance they could provide once deployed in various registration sites.

The voter’s registration for the 2022 national and local elections is set to end on Sept. 30.

There have been calls and bills filed before the Congress to extend it until October, but the Comelec has yet to decide on the matter.

Duterte asks PNP, AFP to deploy medical personnel to hospitals needing more staff

Robie de Guzman   •   September 23, 2021

MANILA, Philippines – President Rodrigo Duterte has asked the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) and the Philippine National Police (PNP) to prepare for the deployment of their medical personnel to hospitals that are in need of additional manpower.

“Kung wala nang iba, ‘yung mga nurses sa pulis marami yan, pati sa medical corps ng army. I have to use a little of my influence sa kanila to convince them,” Duterte said in a taped public address aired late Wednesday.

“Please place your human resources on ready, on deck because talagang alam mo yun lang madali kong maasahan,” he added.

Duterte issued the statement after receiving reports that a lot of medical personnel, particularly in St. Luke’s Medical Center were unable to go on duty due to COVID-19 infection.

The AFP said it has started deploying a number of its personnel to some hospitals in Metro Manila as it continues look for more nurses from its ranks.

The PNP, for its part, said it is currently accounting the number of its medical teams that could be deployed to assist medical workers amid rising cases of COVID-19.

PH police receive anti-terrorism equipment, vehicles from US

Robie de Guzman   •   September 23, 2021

 

MANILA, Philippines – The United States Embassy has turned over various police equipment to the Philippine National Police (PNP).

The PNP said it has received the donated equipment and vehicles which are aimed at providing further assistance in combatting terrorism and improve the security in the country.

The donations, through the Bureau of Diplomatic Security, Office of Anti-Terrorism Assistance led by Regional Security Officer of US Embassy Stephen Lesniak, were turned over to the PNP at its headquarters in Camp Crame, Quezon City on Thursday.

The donated items include 18 sets of Cellebrite and 57 units of laptop computers, which were given to the PNP Anti-Cyber Crime Group (ACG); and four units of Ford Ranger, six units of Bomb Suit, 5 units Logo scanner and veterinary equipment/aircon/ clinic renovation were given to the Explosive Ordnance Disposal K9 Group EOD/K9.

The US also turned over one unit of Ford Ranger, six units of Harris radio, tactical medicine kits, crisis response team equipment, advance crisis response team equipment and first response to medical stabilization kits to the Special Action Force.

“On behalf of the chief of the Philippine National Police, PGen. Guillermo Lorenzo Eleazar, I would like to express our sincerest appreciation to the United States for yet another gesture of generosity and for unwavering support to the PNP. These police equipment will surely beef-up the counter-terrorism capabilities of the PNP,” PNP Logistics Director Police Major General Angelito Casimiro said in a statement.

“While the security and welfare of the people rely in the number of police officers in the field, we are also putting more teeth to better deliver efficient and effective police service across the country with the help of our stakeholders and partners like the US Embassy. Thus, this kind of gesture strengthens the capacity of every police officer by upgrading their equipment for effective police operations,” he added.

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