Tanauan Mayor Sweet Halili gives second chance to kotong enforcer
It looks like Tanauan Mayor Sweet Halili believes in second chances.
In a Facebook post, Halili siad that she sent rice to the family of a traffic enforcer who was removed from his post after being accused of extorting from a motorists.
She was worried that the enforcer’s family might not have something to eat amid the pandemic after he was sacked, she said.
She also said she would give him another chance to work but would assign him to another department after he completes his 15-day community service to clean up the cemetery.
Let’s hope he has learned his lesson!
“Tulong na ibigas ang ating ipinadala para sa pamilya ng TMO na natanggal sa serbisyo dahil sa reklamo ng pangongotong ng isang motorista kanya. Ito ay sa kadahilanan na tayo’y nasa pandemya at maaring walang makakain ang pamilya nito sa kanyang pagkakasibak.
Sya rin ay bibigyan ng isa pang pagkakataon na makapagtrabaho muli ngunit sya ay ililipat na ng ibang departamento kung matatapos nya ang parusa na 15 days na Community Service na paglilinis sa sementeryo.
TCH 10.28.2020,” Halili posted.
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