(Photo courtesy of Richard Ligad)


The City Traffic Management Office (CTMO) on Saturday conducted a random drug test on some 126 traffic enforcers. CTMO head Richard Ligad said all had passed the test.

“Lahat ng 126 na taga-City Traffic Management Office (CTMO) na nag-undergo ng drug test kanina (Saturday), negative lahat,” Ligad said.

Ligad said the test the first they conducted at the CTMO since he took charge as the head of the office.

“Natutuwa tayo, at negative ang mga enforcers natin. Titingnan natin kung kailan uli, random lang naman ito, biglaan lang at negative naman lahat. Doon din sila na-test sa malapit na drug testing center sa may Mendoza [Park],” he said.

Ligad said that all of the offices under his supervision are required also to undergo the same process of drug testing.

“Lahat ng program na hinahawakan ko pina-padrug test talaga, titingnan natin kung kelan uli, random ito. Biglaan kapag may pondo,” he said.


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