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Uyami is new CIDG chief

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MANILA, Philippines– The new chief of the Philippine National Police’s Criminal Investigation and Detection Group was sworn in Thursday following the resignation of Police Director Samuel Pagdilao last week.

Chief Superintendent Frank Uyami was formally installed in a turnover ceremony at the CIDG office inside Camp Crame in Quezon City.

Uyami, a member of PMA class ’82, was the former head of Pasig City police and PNP’s Anti-Illegal Drugs Special Operations Task Force.


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Tags: Chief Supt. Frank Uyami , CIDG , Police , Samuel Pagdilao


  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_4R3GZTGML26TV2VGS6RVHP2THM Fred

    Former head of Pasig Police? Eh ang daming nababalitang drug lords dun?
    Nadale na ba ni Gen Uyami?

  • boybakal

     Samuel Pagdilao…the great general who did not attain the highest position.
    Left behind by politics.
    Job well done.

  • zeroko

    Kawawang Roxas. Kumagat bilang DILG. Daming hindi niya na gawa, katulad ng Jueteng, illegal logging ni Angara na pinalalabas niyang ECO-zone daw, kaya lang illegal logging pala. Sino ang maniniwala ke Angara na gusto angkinin ang 12,900 hectares of virgin forest. Dito ninyo makikita na kahit natalino, dating Dean ng UP, pagka pumasok sa politika, wala na. Nakalimutan na niya ng moral ascendancy. Sayang si Roxas. Accepting the position as DILG czar was a big mistake.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/UWXUQZQDNSRTVWMFCUHAYA7OOA John

    CIDG (Cash Investigation and Dukot Group) will easy money like NBI (National Bigayan Investigation)



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