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Saturday, March 25, 2017

Duterte to PNPA graduates: ‘Do it right’

TOP CADET Macdum Enca, the highest-ranking cadet of the Philippine National Police Academy’s Masidlak Class of 2017, hugs family members after graduation rites in Silang, Cavite on Friday. The 22-year-old Cotabato native said he drew inspiration from President Rodrigo Duterte.

SILANG, Cavite: President Rodrigo Duterte on Friday urged the graduates of Philippine National Police Academy (PNPA) “Masidlak” Class of 2017 to remain strong as they begin their law enforcement careers.
In his speech, the President reminded them never to stray from established codes of conduct.

“I hope that you will take to heart the principles of the Philippine National Police Academy that has been imparted to you. In times when your resolve is being tested, always look back what drove you to become part of the police force,” he said.
Ninety-eight members of the graduating class will join the Philippine National Police, 15 will join the Bureau of Fire Protection, and 31 will be part the Bureau of Jail Management and Penology.
The President called on the graduates to be mentally and physically prepared as they join the government in eradicating crime and corruption.
He also reminded them that losses and triumphs were “inevitable.”
“For the Masidlak Class of 2017, the arduous task of keeping our nation safe is just beginning. Never be discouraged, no matter how formidable the odds may be stacked against you,” Duterte said.
The Chief Executive assured the Masidlak Class that it has the vigorous backing of his administration. He also maintained that he would defend and protect them, as long as they “fight for the country [and]do it right.”
“Government will take care over your worries. Yours: fight for the country, do it right. You have been lectured on the rules on how to do it. Do it right,” he said.

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