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New BoC, DICT officials appointed

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte (AP Photo/Aaron Favila)
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte (AP Photo/Aaron Favila)

By Argyll Cyrus B. Geducos

President Duterte has appointed two new officials at the Bureau of Customs and Department of Information and Communications Technology after firing State executives for corruption and excessive travels.

Duterte appointed Eduardo Chico Jr. as director at the Bureau of Customs, replacing Prudencio Reyes Jr.

The Chief Executive also appointed a San Beda schoolmate, lawyer John Henry Naga, as undersecretary at the Department of Information and Communications Technology. Naga was chief of staff of the DICT secretary for nine months before assuming his new post.

The appointment papers of Chico and Naga were signed by Duterte on May 30.

Others Duterte appointed were Ju-Haree Tolentino as Prosecutor III (senior assistant city prosecutor) at the Pasay City Office of the City Prosecutor, replacing Manuel Loteyro, and Arsenia Naparate, Prosecutor I (Associate City Prosecutor) at the Mandaue City Office of the City Prosecutor, vice Mary Francis Daquipil.

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