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Monday, February 7, 2021


CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY - The BG Partylist on Monday has high hopes that its partnership with safety and security advocate One Criminology Philippines will fortify legislative platforms geared for the welfare of Bisayas alike.

A ceremonial signing of the manifestation of support of One Criminology Philippines to the national campaign of 108 BG Party-List was done in the presence of both organizations.

According to the partylist such a decision seeks “to formalize the spirit of cooperation and solidarity between the two organizations,” rcoginzing that both has mutual advocacies on education, livelihood, and security.

The partylist’s President, Victorino Garay, stressed ensuring peace and order is a vital component in the successful delivery of programs and services of the government, which in turn will bring growth to target communities.

“Our event here today is the fruit of two organizations sharing the same advocacies that draw their drive from the same place of charity, service and compassion to improve the lives of their countrymen. All these to exert our fullest efforts in providing security and livelihood to our stakeholders,” he said.

“There is still much to be done in the service to our countrymen, and we couldn’t have chosen a better partner for this task,” Garay said.

The OCP delegate was headed by National Chairman Gerry Cano.