Issue of January 13, 2019
     
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City gov’t recognizes honest storekeeper
by PIO release

The local government recognized a storekeeper at the Young Men’s Christian Association building for returning a wallet containing P10,000.

Despite the fact that he only had P20 in his pocket at the time he found the wallet, storekeeper Ramel Ines Fariñas did not give in to the temptation of keeping the wallet and its contents. Instead, he decided to return the wallet to its owner.

Fariñas was recognized in a simple ceremony during the flag-raising rites Monday last week.

Fariñas got in touch with officials of Campo Filipino through barangay secretary Emilyn Pablo and the City Mayor’s Office to look for the owner of the wallet.

He surrendered the wallet to personnel of the City Mayor’s Office for safekeeping until its owner is found.

The owner was later identified as Angeline Puzon.

Domogan said Fariñas’ honesty puts into action the age-old saying, “Honesty is the best policy,” and he has proven that Baguio residents live with the highest sense of honesty, one of the trademarks of people from the city.

Domogan said his honesty is worthy of emulation by the youth and any person to continue to be honest on their daily dealings.

He said the local government continues to commend ordinary individuals doing extraordinary deeds, such as honesty.

The mayor urged residents and visitors alike to continue practicing honesty in the performance of their private duties or even in their regular functions as private or public workers so that the city will be continue to be a haven of honest people.

He expressed confidence there will be more residents and visitors who will be embracing honesty as their overarching virtue in life, considering the reported deteriorating values of  people brought about by the advancement in information and communication technology.


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