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Gov. Mang. Sali Attends Turnover of Office Ceremony in Tawi-Tawi

The Politiko graced the transition of leadership at the Tawi-Tawi Police Provincial Office.

Governor Yshmael “Mang” I. Sali graced the Turnover of Office ceremony held at Camp Alejandro Suarez, marking the transition of leadership at the Tawi-Tawi Police Provincial Office. The event saw the esteemed presence of outgoing Provincial Director PCol Ronaldo I. Fulo bidding farewell and incoming Provincial Director PCol Richard B. Basco assuming the role.

Presided over by PBGen Gil Francis G. Tria, Regional Director for Administration, PRO BAR, the ceremony served as a platform to acknowledge the exemplary service of PCol Ronaldo I. Fulo, who has dedicated numerous years to the province with integrity. Participants paid warm appreciation to the outgoing director for his contributions to the region, leaving behind a well-managed, peaceful, and progressive area.

Stepping into the role of Provincial Director is PCol Richard B. Basco, a seasoned officer with over two decades of experience serving in various stations and positions within the police force. PCol Basco brings a wealth of expertise and knowledge in law enforcement, public safety, and community relations, which will undoubtedly contribute to the further development of Tawi-Tawi.

The change of command ceremony drew prominent figures, including Provincial Vice Governor Al-Syed A. Sali, First Lady Hja. Jumda A. Sali, Sangguniang Panlalawigan Board Members, and representatives from different line agencies, media personalities, AFP, and members of the police force. The presence of these distinguished individuals highlighted the significance of the event.

Camp Alejandro Suarez in Bongao, Tawi-Tawi served as the venue for this solemn occasion, symbolizing the official transfer of authority to PCOL Richard B. Basco. With the responsibility now resting on his shoulders, PCOL Basco assumes the duty of serving and protecting the people of Tawi-Tawi.

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