In a heartfelt statement, the PNP Acting Provincial Director, Police Colonel Dwight Monato, expressed his deep gratitude towards the Ozamiz City Government through Mayor Indy Oaminal for its unwavering support of the local police force. During a recent ceremony to bless and turn over eight brand-new motorcycles for the Ozamiz City Police Station, Col. Monaco praised the city’s commitment to law enforcement and public safety.
Col. Monato commended the Ozamiz City Government for its outstanding support, which includes not only the motorcycles but also patrol cars and various other operational assistance. “We don’t see this kind of support from other jurisdictions. We are truly blessed here in Ozamiz City because of the very supportive local government unit,” he stated.
Furthermore, Col. Monato emphasized that, despite misconceptions circulating on social media, the current situation in Misamis Occidental is peaceful and contrary to speculation. He stressed that maintaining this peace is the primary challenge they face.
“I can attest that the present situation of the province is contrary to the speculation spread on social media,” Col. Monato reassured the community. He urged the public to rely on accurate information and the efforts of the local police force to ensure safety and security.
The blessing and turnover ceremony of the eight brand-new motorcycles for Ozamiz City Police Station was attended by various dignitaries, including Ozamiz City Mayor Atty. Indy Oaminal and other city officials, as well as key stakeholders in the PNP community, highlighted the strong partnership between law enforcement and the local government in their shared commitment to peace and order in Ozamiz City.
As the city and the whole province continues to enjoy a peaceful environment, the collaboration between the PNP and the Ozamiz City Government serves as an exemplary model of how effective cooperation can bolster public safety and security. Col. Monato’s words of gratitude reflect the dedication and hard work of both the police force and the local government unit in making Ozamiz City and Misamis Occidental a safer place for its residents and to all visitors. (via Bhal Cabrera / Misamis Occidental News Bureau / TriMedia Digital).