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University of Caloocan City's new lawyers receive P1-million incentive

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Caloocan City Mayor Along Malapitan expressed his heartfelt gratitude and recognition to the newly minted lawyers who graduated from the University of Caloocan City (UCC) during a Testimonial Ceremony. As a gesture of appreciation, an incentive of one million pesos was given to the deserving graduates.

The generous incentive was made possible through the collaborative efforts of Mayor Along Malapitan and his colleagues. The intention behind this gesture was to convey a deep sense of gratitude and to celebrate the honor that these new lawyers have brought to the city.

In his address during the Testimonial Ceremony, Mayor Along Malapitan emphasized that the success of each individual is a triumph for the entire city of Caloocan. He acknowledged the hard work, dedication, and perseverance demonstrated by the graduates throughout their journey in acquiring their law degrees.


The mayor also highlighted the importance of education and the role it plays in shaping the future of Caloocan City. By providing this substantial incentive, Mayor Along Malapitan and his team aimed to inspire and motivate not only the new lawyers but also the future generations of students in the city.

The University of Caloocan City (UCC) has been a bastion of academic excellence, and the success of its graduates reflects the university's commitment to producing highly skilled professionals. Through this recognition and incentive, Mayor Along Malapitan hopes to encourage more students to pursue their dreams and contribute to the betterment of the community.

As the city's leader, Mayor Along Malapitan reiterated his unwavering support for education and expressed his optimism for the future achievements of Caloocan City's residents. He commended the new lawyers for their remarkable accomplishment and encouraged them to use their legal knowledge and skills to serve the community with integrity and compassion.

The one million peso incentive bestowed upon the new lawyers from the University of Caloocan City symbolizes the city's appreciation and recognition of their hard work and success.


Mayor Along Malapitan's commitment to nurturing the talents and potential of Caloocan City's residents underscores his dedication to building a brighter future for the city. The success of each individual serves as a testament to the collective achievements of Caloocan, solidifying its reputation as a hub of excellence and accomplishment.

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