STUDENTS WARNED AGAINST CPP-NPA INFILTRATION
THE PHILIPPINE Army's 91st Infantry Battalion held an information awareness drive to stop the deceptive recruitment of the communist terrorist group in schools.
THE PHILIPPINE Army’s 91st Infantry Battalion held an information awareness drive to stop the deceptive recruitment of the communist terrorist group in schools.
The initiative is in line with the campaign and programs under Executive Order 70, Major General Andrew Costelo, Commander of the 7th Infantry Division, said
“It is our duty to protect the students against the deceptive scheme of the CTG. That is why this information drive aims to make them aware how the enemy infiltrates the schools and recruit students to join the terrorist organization,” Costelo said.
“Marami nang namatay na estudyante na ni-recruit ng teroristang grupo at ayaw na ayaw natin na mangyari pa ito muli. We will be relentless in our campaign upang matigil na ito,” he added.
The activity was participated by 58 students of the Lyceum of the East-Aurora.
Civil-Military Operations Officer Captain Candidato Paduman conducted lectures on CTGs.
Meanwhile, Lt. Col. Reandrew P Rubio lauded the LEA under the leadership of its chief executive officer, Engineer Jaime Gose, for inviting his unit to the activity.
He stressed the importance of information drives and dialogues in the government’s campaign to stop communist armed conflict.
“This is a good venue for educating our youth and making them aware of the lies and deception of the CTG. We will intensify this activity as part of the situational awareness program and counter the propaganda efforts of the CTGs,” Rubio said.