PBGEN ROLANDO B ANDUYAN, Regional Director together PCOL BENEDICTO T PINTOR, DRDO, Regional Staffs, CD, COCPO, PNP Maritime Group and RCADD/COCPO personnel led the the BARANGAYanihan Rolling Stall with the assistant of PRO10 Security Alliance/ Support Group from ACCERT-CDO, KUSGAN VOLUNTEER INC, KKDAT Officers and Task Force Quatro at Punta, Brgy Bonbon, Cagayan de Oro City on April 26, 2021 at 2:00 PM.

This activity is in line with the "PADAYUN NGA AYUDA NG PULIS REHIYUN 10 NGADTO SA MGA KATAWHAN SUKAD MARSO 2020" mostly to less fortunate people who are affected by COVID19.

This activity is done to boast to the community that the police is here, always helping the people and mostly in times of crisis, vis a vis for the peace and order of Police Regional Office 10.

The activity started with the Invocation by Bishop Roy Rodriguez, PRO 10 Life Coach, followed by the Welcome Remarks of Brgy Bonbon Chairman Allan P. Mabalacad, and the Message of PBGEN ROLANDO B ANDUYAN, Regional Director.

PBGEN ANDUYAN, Regional Director recognized the presence of all attendees specially the men and women behind this activity and his gratitude to all the stakeholders of PRO 10 and security alliance like the Department of Health, Japan Tobacco International, San Miguel Corp, Philip Morris, ACCERT-CDO, KUSGAN Volunteers, KKDAT and Local Government Units. He introduced the purpose of the activity not only to sustain the needs of the needy people but the importance of sharing, unity. He emphasized that the PNP is servant, not a master, that is why we are here to serve the community.

During the BARANGAYanihan distribution assorted canned goods, kilos of rice, coffee, noodles, eggs, vitamins, slippers, PNP Balita Newsletter, PRO 10 hotlines etc. were on the tables given for free to 250 recipients and 50 children.

Accompanied the BARANGAYanihan Rolling Stall was the mobile library and the police teacher that teach and assist the childrens how to write, read, draw and guide on what they want to learn and facilitate during the learning session.

The activity was carried out in strict compliance with necessary health and safety protocols to avoid the spread of COVID-19 and other diseases.