HPG-9 chief inspires WMSU criminology grads PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 20 March 2012 14:40

Highway Patrol Group 9 Chief Sr. Supt. Romeo R. Uy  was the guest speaker during  the 16th Commencement Exercise of the College of Criminal Justice Education of the Western Mindanao State University last Sunday held at Astoria Plaza.

The theme of the commencement exercise was “WMSU Criminology Intern: Ready to face law enforcement challenges for a better peaceful community”.

“I believe you are now in the 30 percent level and you are now equipped with it because you are now graduates with the course. But another 30 percent will be the burning of the midnight oil through focus and hard study review so that you will pass the board examination and be a licensed Criminologist. The remaining percentage will be luck,  when you pass the board examination. This will be your eligibility to join the Philippine National Police, Armed Forces of the Philippines or doing business related to your course, said Uy in his inspirational message to the graduates.

He added: “Put your prayers into action. Surely God will take good care of it.” 

The HPG-9 chief said that all the stakeholders of society are for peace, development and prosperity and are working together for the good of the nation.

“You (graduates) are one and part of it. I congratulate the parents for harvesting today the fruits of their long hard labor, dedication, sweat, tears and undending love and compassion to make sure that their children will be graduating today. And also congratutlation to the WMSU professors for making them graduates,” Uy said.

He added that when the graduates become policemen someday, they should use their talents with common sense and do their job with love of country for the safeguard of the people through prosperity. — Allen Abastillas