Former Baguio City Mayor Mauricio Domogan told children-in-conflict with the law (CICLs) that they are loved by society.
The Baguio politiko said the city government’s various programs for CICLs show how much it cares for them.
Domogan also urged the troubled youth to do well during their rehabilitation so they can soon be productive members of society.
“The programs and projects that were crafted by the City Social Welfare and Development Office primarily geared towards catering to the needs of children-in-conflict of the law shows how we care for you and how we value your presence in the community,” he said.
“You should use our interventions as your inspiration to reform for the better, instead of being a problem in your communities,” Domogan added.