4 AWFs withdraw insurgency support

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Southern Police District director, Brig. Gen. Kirby John Kraft on Wednesday announced that four members of the Alliance of Filipino Workers have surrendered and withdrawn their support to the Communists Party of the Philippines.

In a statement, Kraft said the former AFW members also took their oath of allegiance to the government.

“According to the report, Taguig City Police Substation 1 Commander together with Special Project Team-RIU NCR and Chief Intelligence Section, Taguig CPS facilitated the withdrawal of support of the four members of CTG sectoral group to the CPP-NPA-NDF and their oath of allegiance to the government,” Kraft said.

He added that the surrenderees are members of a labor union and are identified as sectoral personalities instigating anti-governmental sentiments and supporting communist Ideology.

“They are active in the recruitment of new members and participating in mass actions/protest rallies organized by communist fronts. They were identified as Kathlene Ramirez, nursing attendant, Jaime Regencia, ambulance driver, Bernardo Casila Aquino, nursing attendant and Joemarie Esmedina Eusebio, maintenance personnel,” the SPD chief said.

With the formalization of their withdrawal of support to the communist group and oath of allegiance to the government, the Taguig City Police Station, Kraft said other government agencies will come in for appropriate interventions to sustain their support and influence other members to do the same.

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