THE Philippine National Police Anti-Kidnapping Group headed by Brigadier General Jonnel C. Estomo and his mistahs from Philippine Military Academy ‘Tanglaw-Diwa’ Class of 1992 have stepped-up their relief effort for thousands of people affected by the Enhanced Community Quarantine triggered by the COVID-19 threat since last March 16.
Yesterday, PNP-AKG officers, in partnership with members of PMA Class 1992 distributed relief goods to 700 families from Barangay Amaya in Tanza, Cavite who were temporarily rendered jobless as a result of the ECQ enforcement in the province and have to rely on support from the government and other Good Samaritans.
On Wednesday last week, PNP-AKG personnel also distributed packed goods to at least 500 families living in Bgy. Cabuyco, Trece Martirez City in Cavite.
On the other hand, the AKG Mindanao Field Unit led by Colonel Alex Fulgar also delivered relief goods to about 100 families living in Bgy. Tumaga in Zamboanga City.
The AKG Visayas Field Unit led by Col. Dexter Relliora meanwhile distributed relief goods to nearly 200 families residing in Purok del Pilar in Bgy. Vista Alegre in Bacolod City. AKG-VFU personnel likewise gave food packs to 50 families in Sitio Kewkew in Bgy. Petalo, San Fernando, Cebu.
The AKG Tacloban Satellite Office distributed relief goods to affected residents of Bgy. Magallanes in Tacloban City.
Estomo initiated their own Adopt-a-Family Program in line with the Kapwa Ko Sagot Ko’ program of PNP chief, General Archie Francisco F. Gamboa and the Team PNP Bayanihan Fund Challenge to raise funds for the ‘poorest of the poor’