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PIA Press Release
2006/10/20

NFA employees cited for more than 20 years of service

by Rachelle Nessia

Dumaguete City (20 October) -- Five employees of the National Food Authority (NFA) were recognized for their more than 20 years of continuous service with NFA.

Awarded for 25 years of service are Mae T. Almero and Nicasio Gantalao while for their 30 years in service, the following were awarded: Antonio C. Pepino, Edilberto Amor II and Zosimo V. Moso.

All awardees received certificates of recognition and cash awards worth P5,000 each.

Also cited as this year’s Best Employee for NFA Oriental Negros is Rolando Lazalita, who juggles two responsibilities as the food agency’s Provincial Market Development Officer and Acting Public Information Officer.

NFA Provincial Manager Marianito Bejemino congratulated the awardees and encouraged them to keep up their good work and continue to adhere to the food agency’s vision and mission so that its “social responsibility especially to the needy could be achieved.”

Meanwhile, the Administration’s fiscal reforms stand firm and the cooperation of the people continues to bolster the country’s economic agenda.

The Government may have fallen short of the revenue target for September but this is an isolated setback as the BIR and other Government collecting agencies as well as our economic managers have already prepared an action plan to remain hitting the revenue targets and put forward effective measures to address the lackluster revenue collection performance for the month. (PIA) [top]

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