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Unabia commends PGMO employees for passing licensure exam for teachers

by Gerry Lee Gorit

MISAMIS ORIENTAL – Misamis Oriental Governor Peter “Sr. Pedro” M. Unabia commended some employees of the Provincial Government who passed the recently held Career Service Eligibility Examination and Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET).

Employees were given Certificates of Commendation. They include: Mr. Raffael C. Soldevillo – CSE Professional Provincial Administrator’s Office; 
Ms. Maria Lorena S. Babion – CSE Professional PSWDO; Ms. Rhea Joyce D. Castil – CSE Professional Provincial Assessor’s Office; Ms. Rochielle G. Quita- CSE Professional Iskolar ko Ng Bayan; Ms. Asthea Mirrah C. Torrecampo – CSE Professional PIO; Mr. Karl Jasson B. Pios – CSE Sub-Professional HRMO; and Ms. Pamela Dawn C. Pomar – LET Passer Provincial Budget Office

The Provincial Government of Misamis Oriental under Program on Awards and Incentive in Service Excellence (PRAISE). establish a system of incentives and awards (monetary/ non-monetary) to recognize and motivate employees for their performance and achievements. It is also the goal of the administration to encourage personal growth and development of the employees, hence, the PGMO recognizes the individual achievements of employees for successfully passing the Career Service Eligibility Examination and Licensure Examination for Teachers.

The distribution of certificates were also assisted by Provincial administrator John Venice Ledaga, Mr. Raffael C. Soldevillo – CSE Professional Provincial Administrator’s Office, Special Assistant to the Governor Virgelia “Bebing” Dumadag, Board members Wayne T. Militante, Gerardo “Boboy” Sabal, Atty. Michelle N. Anayro.

Ms Ritchel I. Pajara, a staff from the Provincial Governor’s Office delivered her message, on behalf of the governor who was out of town for some official business, it was learned.

Pajara said the governor’s financial assistance to the poorest of the poor in the province has continued and all other top priority livelihood for identified individuals and communities all over the province.  

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