Remulla to new state prosecutors:
Embrace your roles, bear achievements to DOJ

28 May 2024

A total of 24 newly-appointed prosecutors took their oaths of office yesterday at the Department of Justice (DOJ).

The oath was administered by Undersecretary Fredderick A. Vida, Usec-in-Charge for Financial, Administration and Personnel Cluster.

The appointment of these prosecutors will enable the Department to achieve a zero-backlog policy and will ease the heavy workload of the National Prosecution Service (NPS).

“On behalf of the Department of Justice, I congratulate  and welcome you, optimistic that this will take the Department to a higher level of performance and confidence, Justice Secretary Jesus Crispin "Boying" Remulla stated.

“With your appointment, we expect greater achievements born. We hope that you will bear concrete accomplishments in the NPS where you belong,” he added.

“As we embark on this journey, remember that you are never alone, you are part of a family - the Department of Justice whose members are here to support, mentor and guide you,” Assistant Secretary Majken Anika Gran-Ong,  in her welcome remarks, told the new prosecutors.

The new prosecutors will be assigned in the various prosecution offices all over the country.

Usec Vida, in his inspirational message, reminded the new prosecutors, “With great power, comes great responsibility.”

Six of the 24 prosecutors will be assigned in the Office of the Secretary of Justice Prosecution Service (OSJPS) and the rest will be deployed in the provincial/city prosecution offices in Ilocos Sur, Bulacan, Malolos, Cabanatuan City, among others.

“Embrace your respective roles. You will be among those who will light up this Department,” Remulla added.

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