Danao graces inauguration, blessing of PNP Sambisig Lounge

CAMP BGEN VICENTE P LIM – NCRPO Regional Director PMGEN Vicente D Danao, Jr. graced the Inauguration and Blessing of the Sambisig Lounge at Camp BGen Vicente P Lim Calamba City, Laguna on July 15.

Sambisig Lounge is an initiative of PMGEN Danao when he was still the Regional Director of Police Regional Office CALABARZON.

Its main purpose is to be a visitors’ holding area whenever there is a special activity in the camp.

The building was named after the PMA Class 91 ‘Sambisig’ which the NCRPO Regional Director, PMGEN Danao, belonged.

Present during the inauguration were District Director of Quezon City Police District, PBGEN Antonio C Yarra; DRDA NCRPO, PBGEN Benjamin C Acorda Jr.; DRDO NCRPO PBGEN Jon A Arnaldo; and NCRPO Finance Officer, PCol Joel De Mesa.

PBGEN Eliseo DC Cruz during his message expressed his heartfelt gratitude to PMGEN Danao for his commitment, hard work, and dedication in building the Sambisig Lounge.

“This one-of-a-kind, elegant, and modern facility is very timely aligning to our Chief PNP’s program Intensified Cleanliness Policy. Ang pagpapatayo ng ganito kagandang pasilidad ay nangangahulugan na tumataas na ang level of standards ng PNP in terms of facility. Makakaasa kayo na aalagaan at iingatan namin ang pasilidad na ito upang maging mas kapaki-pakinabang pa sa mga susunod gagamit nito,” he said.

PMGEN Danao also conveyed his appreciation to RD Cruz for improving the Sambisig lounge during his term as the Regional Director of PRO4A.

“This is not only a symbol of excellence but also a symbol of cooperation and teamwork of Team CALABARZON. Pakiusap ko lang sa mga gagamit nito na alagaan natin ng maayos ang pasilidad na ito. Tuloy tuloy lang ang trabaho. Inaasahan ko na ang ating kapulisan ay laging magbibigay ng serbisyong tama, tapat, may tapang at malasakit para sa buong sambayanang Pilipino”, PMGEN Danao added. 

Topics: Vicente Danao , Blessing of the Sambisig Lounge , Calamba City , Laguna
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