Bataan police opens 3rd reformation center

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  • Mhike R. C.
  • 8 years ago

BALANGA CITY, Bataan The Bataan Police Provincial Office (BPPO) led by Senior Supt. Benjie Silo, Jr. formally opened the third Bahay Pagasa Reformation Center for drug dependents in the province.

The center is located inside the Philippine Army camp in Barangay Camacho where the 48 th Infantry Battalion of the Philippine Army here is stationed.

City Mayor Francis Garcia graced the occasion along with former provincial board member Gaudencio Ferrer who represented Governor Albert Garcia who was invited as the guest speaker.

“This is our third reformation center and it can accommodate 40 to 50 reformists. We hope we can open more next month. Our target is for all the surrenderees is to let all of them undergo the reformation activity,” Atty. Silo told newsmen.

“Maganda ang timing ni President Duterte in his fight against illegal drugs. These people are lucky for giving them another chance to change their lives. Here in Balanga we have a lot of programs that will enrich the lives of our constituents,” Mayor Garcia said in an ambush interview.

Garcia also mentioned his programs and projects for education from elementary to high school for the better and brighter future of Balanga students particularly the computerization programs.

The neophyte mayor also expressed his full support to the K to 12 program of the Department of Educaton to better equip the students in their chosen field or career.

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