Erbie to TFZ chief: Job well done PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 27 October 2012 14:34

District 2 Rep. Erbie A. Fabian paid tribute to Col. Buenaventura Pascual for a job well done as the army officer and chief of Task Force Zamboanga paid his formal ‘exit’ call last Wednesday at the solon’s congressional office in Guiwan.

Fabian extended his congratulatory message to Col. Buenaventura Pascual, erstwhile chief of the composite military unit Task Force Zamboanga who is departing for a new assignment soon.

Fabian extended for and in behalf of the people in the city’s east coast the heartfelt gratitude for helping made Zamboanga City a safer place to stay in these hard and difficult times.

He paid tribute to Col. Pascual for adopting several innovative programs in the city that improved safety and crime preventive capabilities in the barangays and far flung areas.

The congressman partnered with TFZ under Col. Pascual and then city police chief Supt. Edwin de Ocampo for a series of barangay seminars and trainings for tanods and members of the barangay intelligence network or BIN on basic crime prevention and anti-terror tactics benefiting several east coast and downtown barangays.

Fabian, Congressional Defense Committee Vice Chair has extended logistical support to the task force under Col. Pascual in a bid to improve the peace and order condition here.

Col. Pascual, a respected member of PMA Class of 1984, is reported to be lined up for promotion to star rank and an important assignment after a successful stint with Task Force Zamboanga.

The Task Force Zamboanga Chief leaves behind an impressive track record in collaboration with the local police and the city government of Zamboanga.

He departs for his new assignment shortly after the turnover rites set today at the camp’s headquarters.