Cavite, Philippines — The Cavite Provincial Governor Jesus Crispin Remulla turned over a total of 40 motorcycle units to the provincial Philippine National Police (PNP) force and led the vehicle’s ceremonial drive at the provincial capitol grounds on Monday, April 3.
Following the flag-raising rites, Governor Remulla led the Provincial Capitol officials, Sangguniang Panlalawigan Board Members and employees in presenting the ceremonial key to the Cavite police.
The Cavite Police Provincial Office (CPPO) director Police Senior Superintendent Arthur Bisnar received the symbolic key with the city and municipal chiefs of PNP at the provincial gymnasium.
Governor Remulla said that the provincial government allocated the funds for the acquisitions of the new motorcycle units that will be used by the PNP to augment patrol vehicles for public safety, peace and order mission and for other cops activities.
The provincial government has donated the new motorcycles to strenthen the police force’s mobility and visibility most especially in their operations at the onset of the summer season when both foreign and local tourists as well as other visitors, travelers and excursionists troop to Cavite’s tourism and Lenten destinations.
Governor Remulla also tried on one of the motorcycle units for a ceremonial drive at the Capitol grounds. The vehicles are configured along with sidecars and painted with “Mula sa Bayan, Para sa Bayan.”