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Maintain respectability while doing your work – Mayor Honey

Honey Lacuna
Mayor Honey Lacuna calls on city employees to maintain respectablity in doing their daily functions, during the Christmas gift-giving for DPS and MTPB employes. (JERRY S. TAN)

MANILA Mayor Honey Lacuna has called on Manila City Hall employees to maintain respectability in discharging their respective functions.

Lacuna made the appeal as she addressed the department of public services (DPS) at the regular flagraising ceremony in City Hall on Monday morning.

Joined by Vice Mayor Yul Servo-Nieto, Manila Traffic and Parking Bureau (MTPB) chief Zenaida Viaje and her husband former MTPB head Dennis Viaje, the lady mayor also led the Christmas gift distribution to all the MPTB personnel serving in the city.

In her short message, Lacuna acknowledged the hard work that MPTB AND DPS personnel have been doing on a day-to-day basis.

“Ipangako ninyong maayos ninyong gagawin ang inyong mga tungkulin. Gawin nating karespe-respeto, kapag ginagawa mo ang tungkulin nang tapat at malinis,” the lady mayor said.

She added: “Siyempre, di maiiwasan na me mga kasamahang nalilihis ng landas pero mas marami pa rin ang kahit mahirap ang trabaho eh ginagawa nang maayos.”

For his part, Servo-Nieto echoed the mayor’s call, saying whatever they do will reflect on the city administration.

He also called on the city employees to not do anything that will generate complaints.

Later on the same day, Lacuna and Servo-Nieto also led the distribution of Christmas gifts to employes from the department of public services headed by Kayle Nicole Amurao. His father Kenneth Amurao, the former DPS chief, was also on hand to assist.

“Tiis-tiis lang. Pasensiya lang po ang kailangan nating baon araw-araw dahil hindi biro ang ginagawa ninyo. Pasensiya at tapat na paglilingkod ang kinakailangan natin,” she said.

Itchie G. Cabayan
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