Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Task force chief bids goodbye to council

THE outgoing chief of Task Force Davao (TFD) bid goodbye to members of the City Council before he officially turns over his post to the new commander.
In his speech during Tuesday's regular session, Colonel Rey Leonardo Guerero, outgoing TFD commander, said his one-and-a-half year as TFD chief has been very fruitful.
Though he did not go into details on the reason of his relief, Guerrero thanked the city, particularly the City Council, for its support to all TFD's programs and endeavors in safeguarding the city.
"I will treasure the partnership and the friendship that we have shared together as I am and will always be proud to have served Dabawenyos as commander of the TFD," Guerero said.
Guerero will officially turn over the post to Colonel Norman Flores on February 25.
"Until then, I will continue to perform my duties diligently and work even harder for the Dabawenyos," he said.
Guerrero, a member of Philippine Military Academy Class 1984, assumed the TFD chief post in 2010.
TFD was created after the bombing at the Davao International Airport and Sasa wharf in 2003
Jereco O. Paloma
Tuesday, February 14, 2012

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