Beng: ‘We will work hard for security, health, education’ PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 26 October 2015 13:59

Mayor Beng Climaco declared anew with conviction her commitment to work hard for security, health and education of Zamboanguenos stressing these will provide the people, particularly the youth, the opportunity to have a better future.

Speaking before students of the Police Basic Course in the Universidad de Zamboanga’s College of Criminal Justice during the 6th badge of honor Saturday afternoon, Mayor Climaco also called on the criminology students to hold and keep the badge close to their hearts and be thankful for the struggles and sacrifices of their parents and teachers.

“But as you have thankful hearts, I would like you to be very knowledgeable of laws because once you graduate and you serve as law enforcers and peace keepers, the safety and lives of the people will be on your hands. I hope you will make that promise today,” the chief executive affirmed.

Mayor Climaco likewise extolled City Police Director PSSupt. Angelito Casimiro and Public Safety Company Commander PSupt. Ariel Huesca, who were honored for their commitment to security and public safety as manifested in their achievements and accomplishments.

She said both Col. Casimiro and Col. Huesca are models for the Criminology students to emulate as they are “models who inspire us to serve our clientele”.

Mayor Climaco was invited to be the guest of honor and speaker during the awarding ceremony and 6th badge of honor of the Criminology students by UZ President Atty. Linda Lim.

“We will continue to work hard to ensure that security, health and education will be our priority so that our parents, teachers and students will have the opportunity of having a better future,” the mayor added. — Sheila Covarrubias

Last Updated on Monday, 26 October 2015 14:09