Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Army Soldiers Cited for Masbate’s Peace and Development

Pili, CamSur - Masbate Governor Rizalina "Dayan" Lanete delivering her inspiring speech at the opening ceremony for the new batch of Army recruits in Camp Elias Angeles.

PILI, Camarines Sur – The Philippine Army in the Bicol Region earned praises from a local chief executive during a military ceremony held here today.

Masbate Governor Rizalina “Dayan” Lanete, who graced the opening ceremony for the new batch of Army recruits, said that the presence of the Philippine Army has drastically improved the peace and order situation in her province.

“The soldiers are doing so much in the peace and order situation especially in far-flung areas where ordinary men dare not go,” she said in a statement.

Lanete came here to witness the Oath Taking ceremony of the 125 new Army recruits who compose the Candidate Soldier Course Class 255-11.

In her speech, she urged the soldiers to support her administration in delivering various public services to her constituents.

“If we work hard enough together as a community, not even the most arid deserts can stop this grace from blooming. We hold in our hands the keys to making our dreams come true,” said Lanete who spoke fluently both in English and Visayan.

The Philippine Army and the Philippine National Police in Masbate have earned accolades during the conduct of national and local elections last year.

For the first time, the 2010 elections posted the lowest number of election-related violent incidents in its many decades of polls which are usually marred by political violence.

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