LAGAWE, Ifugao – The provincial government of Ifugao commended three of its residents for their honesty in turning over to authorities almost P1 million cash that they found in a road.
The Sangguniang Panlalawigan approved Resolutions 2023-282, 2023-283, and 2023-284 commending William Anudon, his grandson Cris Jericho Buccahan, and Jerry Inuguidan for their honesty and integrity, which was demonstrated when they turned over to authorities bundles of cash.
Anudon and his grandson CJ, a grade 7 student at Asipulo National High School, found a bundle of money amounting to P305,000 along the Bahag-Amduntog Road on May 30.
Without second thought, they went to the Asipulo Municipal Police Station and turned over the money.
On the same day, Inuguidan from Boko, Nungawa, Asipulo also found cash amounting to P685,000 while traversing the Bahag-Amduntog Road, which he promptly returned to the police.
The lost and found money amounting to P990,000 was claimed by the thankful owner.
Vice Gov. Glenn Prudenciano led the SP members in awarding the resolutions of commendation to the three honest Ifugao.
The resolutions of commendation is the local government’s way of appreciating the residents for their act of honesty, which reflects their profound sense of propriety, strength in character, and Christian values.
Anudon, Buccahan, and Inuguidan earlier received certificates of appreciation and cash incentives from the municipal government of Asipulo and the Municipal Police Station. – Florida B. Robles