Performing security units get incentives from city

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ZAMBOANGA CITY, 21 June 2017 by Sheila Covarrubias—The City Government formally recognized the remarkable accomplishments of various security units in the campaign against drugs, terrorism and all forms of crimes in the city.

Mayor Beng Climaco presented cash incentives to Task Force Zamboanga through its commander, Col. Leonel Nicolas for the capture of various hard core members of the Abu Sayyaf group and other accomplishments and to four others for their remarkable efforts to help keep Zamboanga City safe and secured.

Police Station 6 Commander PSupt. Nonito Asdai who has been unrelenting in his campaign against illegal drugs and all forms of criminality in his area of jurisdiction; 11th IB Alpha Company Chief 1Lt. Romeo Gumiran and 11th IB Charlie Company Chief 1Lt. Francis Salcedo also for their noteworthy efforts to keep the city safe and Ayala Barangay Kagawad Alex Macapili for his hard work in combatting illegal drugs in his area of jurisdiction.

A total of P150,000 were shelved for the incentives of the 5 security forces or units.

Mayor Climaco vowed to continue support to the security sector through various forms to include infrastructures, firearms and ammunitions, transportation and communication equipment, office supplies, allowances and incentives among others.

Since she assumed office in 2013, the City Government has allocated over P800 million for the security sector in a span of 4 years alone.

“We remain firm in our commitment to security,” Mayor Climaco said.

The turnover of the incentives was done during the program commemorating the 156th birth anniversary of national hero Dr. Jose Rizal, Monday, June 19.

The incentive is intended to help boost the morale and encourage the security sector to do their best in their assigned tasks, Mayor Climaco added. (Sheila Covarrubias)

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