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Police offices across WV destroy faded uniforms

first_imgPamuspusan said the order was also inline with the “Tamang Bihis” directive of the Philippine National Police (PNP).Policemen must always wear the correct uniform and ensure that this is clean andwell-maintained, he stressed. The director said this is part of theongoing internal cleansing in the PNP. The destruction ensured that theuniforms would not be used by civilians who are prohibited by law from wearingpolice or military outfits, explained Police Brigadier General Rene Pamuspusan,Western Visayas police director. In Camp Delgado during the ceremonial disposal of worn out uniforms, atotal of 221 uniforms were destroyed. The director observed during hisinspections of police offices across Western Visayas that some of his men’suniforms were already old and faded. “If we want to go further in ourinternal cleansing, we should start with disciplining our personnel.  Our internal cleansing is not just getting ridof erring police personnel or scalawags. It also covers how our personnel carrythemselves as police officers and this includes their uniforms, even thecleanliness of their offices,” said Pamuspusan.  “Our uniform reflects the level ofdiscipline that we have,” said Police Colonel Remus Zacharias Canieso, deputyregional director for administration of the Police Regional Office 6./PNcenter_img Each police officer is now receivingP14,000 uniform allowance every year. ILOILO City – City and provincialpolice offices across Region 6 simultaneously destroyed hundreds of old, fadedand worn out police uniforms yesterday morning. Pamuspusan said he wanted them to lookdignified in public and earn the people’s respect, and this necessitated, too,the wearing of clean, presentable uniforms. All police stations were recentlyordered to gather the old and faded uniforms of their men and send these totheir respective city or provincial police offices for shredding. GOODBYE, OLD UNIFORMS. Police officials shred old, faded and worn out police uniforms in Camp Delgado, headquarters of the Police Regional Office 6 in Iloilo City. The destruction yesterday, Oc. 28, 2019, ensured that the uniforms would not be used by civilians who are prohibited by law from wearing police or military outfits. PRO 6last_img read more

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KCCA FC beef up squad with six more signings

first_imgMike Mutebi (centre) with the players he has signed for the club this January. Courtesy photo.FOOTBALL–Two time league defending defending champions KCCA FC have this morning unveiled six more players.This brings to 19 the total number of players the Kasasiro boys have signed this season after they made 13 signings at the start of the first round.This comes just less than three weeks to the second round of the the Azam Uganda premier league season.Speaking at the unveiling, head coach Mike Mutebi was full of praise for the new recruits.“We are trying to prepare so as we compete because one of our goals this season it to retain the league tittle and be as competitive as possible on the continent,” Mutebi said.“We have brought in new players so as to get stronger and bring more hunger to the team. The players who have won us the last two tittles seem to be lucking the desire to win anymore but the ones we bring in are hungry for success and I am confident they can help us attain our goals,” he added.Asked why he has gone for youth and not experience, Mutebi said young lads are eager to learn and listen unlike the more experienced ones.He also confirmed that the new players will be travelling with the team to Kenya where they will be holding a one- and-ahalf weeks training camp.KCCA will be travelling to Kenya on Thursday next week to play four games against Gor Mahia, AFC Leopards, Sofa Paka and Tusker FC before returning in time for the second round.The six players that KCCA have unveiled this morning at the StarTimes stadium in Lugogo.•Tom Ikara from Kirinya JSS•Hassan Musana from BUL FC•Matsiko Abubarker from Atland•Solomon Okwalinga from Mbarara City•Akyayi Herbet from Kibuli SS•Steve Sserwadda from KCCA U18Commentslast_img read more

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