Aklanon News: Kampanya it PNP kontra ilegal nga droga, suportado it Aklan SP

  • February 17, 2017
  • Venus G. Villanueva

KALIBO, Aklan, 17 Pebrero (PIA6) --  Nakabuoe it suporta ag apresasyon halin sa Sangguniang Panlalawigan (SP) ro Aklan Police Provincial Office (APPO) paagi sa sangka resolusyon bangud sa pag-inisyar kara it kampanya kontra sa illegal nga droga.
Ro resolusyon hay gin sponsor ni SP Member Nemesio Neron sa ginpatigayon nga pinakaunang regular nga session it ika 17 nga Sangguniang Panlalawigan sa pagpamuno ni Vice Governor Atty. Reynaldo M. Quimpo ku Enero 9, 2017 kon siin presente ro tanan nga mga miyembro, ag gin-aprobahan ni Governor Florencio Miraflores.
Sa tawag nga ‘BAG-HAY’ (Bagong Buhay Handum Naton), ro kampanya kontra droga hay ginpatigayon it APPO kaibahan ro Provincial Advisory Council for Police Transformation and Development (PAC-PTD) ag mga katapu it Aklan Police Strategy Management Unit (APPSMU).
Ro inisyal nga serye it mga aktibidades nga ginpatigayon ku ulihing parte it dag-on nga nagtaliwan hay ginkumpunihan it poster and slogan-making contest, 3K Run/Walk ag SIKAD Kontra Droga sa BAGHAY, Symposium lectures ag testimonials, ecumenical prayers ag candle-lighting ag benefit concert nga napan-uhan gid it SP, ngani hay ginpaguwa ro Resolution No. 2017-175.
Ro Poster and Slogan-Making Contest hay ginhiwat ku Nobyembre 17, 2016 sa Activity Center it City Mall-Kalibo nga gin entrahan it 150 nga mga contestants halin sa sari-saring mga eskuylahan it probinsya nga kon siin paagi sa andang mga drawing hay ginpakita ro kabuhi nga euwas sa droga ag sa mga piligro sa paggamit kara.
Sa pihak nga parte, ro 3K Run/Walk ag SIKAD Kontra Droga nga ginhiwat ku Nobyembre 19 hay gin-entrahan it 1,205 nga manugdaeagan ag 153 nga mga siklista.
Ro grupo hay naghiwat man it symposium, lecture ag testimonial nga may tema nga BAG-HAY: Daean sa Pagkabaeaka, Pag-Edukar ag Pag-bag-o sa Aklan Catholic College Covered Gym nga gintambungan it mga “stakeholders”, OPLAN Tokhang Surrenderers ag mga lideres nga inunga.
Ginhiwat it grupo rayang mga aktibidades sa tuyo nga buligan ro mga OPLAN Tokhang nga mga surrenderers nga bag-uhon ro andang mga pangabuhi, ag makabalik sa andang mga komunidad ag suportahan ro pagtinguha it Aklan PNP sa pagduea it problema sa droga sa Aklan.
Suno sa Aklan SP, rayang tikang it grupo hay dapat tuearan. (VGV PIA6 Aklan)   

KALIBO, Aklan, 17 February (PIA6) --  An initiative of the Aklan Police Provincial Office (APPO) of mounting a provincewide advocacy campaign against illegal drugs recently elicited support and appreciation from the Aklan Sangguniang through a resolution.
The resolution was sponsored by SP Member Nemesio Neron during the Aklan SP’s first regular session of the 17th Sangguniang Panlalawigan presided by Vice Governor Atty. Reynaldo M. Quimpo on January 9, 2017 with all members present, and approved by Governor Florencio T. Miraflores.
Dubbed ‘BAG-HAY’ (Bagong Buhay Handum Naton), the provincewide advocacy campaign was conducted by the APPO together with the Provincial Advisory Council for Police Transformation and Development (PAC-PTD) and the members of the Aklan Police Strategy Management Unit (APPSMU).
Its initial series of activities held late last year, composed of poster and slogan-making contest, 3K Run/Walk and SIKAD Kontra Droga sa BAGHAY, Symposium lectures and testimonials, ecumenical prayers and candle-lighting and a benefit concert did not go unnoticed by the Aklan SP, so it came out with Resolution No. 2017-175.
The Poster and Slogan-Making Contest was held November 17, 2016 at the Activity Area of City Mall-Kalibo, participated in by One Hundred Fifty (150) contestants from various schools of the province who, through their artworks/entries, showcased a life free from illegal drugs and the dangers of using it.
On the other hand, the 3K Run/Walk and SIKAD Kontra Droga held November 19 were joined respectively by 1,205 runners and 153 bikers.
The group also conducted a symposium, lectures and testimonials with the theme :BAG-HAY’: Daean sa Pagkabaeaka, Pag-Edukar ag Pagbag-o” at the Aklan Catholic College Covered Gym which was attended by stakeholders, OPLAN Tokhang surrenderers in Aklan, and youth leaders.
The group conducted these series of activities with the aim of helping OPLAN Tokhang surrenderers rebuild their lives and re-integrate in the community and support the relentless efforts of the Aklan PNP with the ultimate goal of eradicating drug menace in Aklan.
According to the Aklan SP, this move is worthy of emulation. (JCM/VGV PIA6 Aklan)

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