PANGLAO, Bohol – The Ambassador of Canada to the Philippines Neil Reeder expressed condolences “to the infamous” Fallen 44 “victims of the alleged massacre of the Special Action Force (SAF) of the Philippine National Police in the town of Mamasapano, Maguindanao . Reeder said that in his letter to the Department of Intrior and Local Government (DILG) also cast his country the fate of the SAF in Maguindanao.
More recently, the town of Danao, which is called Romeo P02 Cempron one of the “Fallen 44” passed a resolution recognizing the Cempron his deed name, law enforcement, said Vice-Mayor Tom Gonzaga in an interview with BBDN. Vice-Mayor Tom Gonzaga of Danao sorry ‘the fate of Cempron. He added that he recognized Cempron, who was a hard worker. When he came to college in Cebu, bicycles he inclined to the bike, said Gonzaga.
The Provincial Council also awarded to Cempron by a Resolution No. 2015-058, “recognizing and rendering posthumous tribute to the heroism and sacrifice of P02 Cumamoy Cempron Romeo.” The Resolution states that “Cempron was one of the 44 fallen heroes of the PNP who sacrificed their lives for our country.” He belonged to the 5th Special Action Battalion based at Camp Abella in Zamboanga City and served 2 years in Basilan and 3 years in Zamboanga.
The Cempron born in Danao, Bohol on April 1, 1981. His parents were Proserfina Cempron Barangay Concepcion, Danao, Bohol. She married Dr. Christine Abucay-Cempron Barangay Consolacion, Cebu. (RVO)