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Garafil travels to the OPS office in Ermita.

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A week after accepting her new job, the officer-in-charge of the Office of the Press Secretary (OPS), Undersecretary Cheloy Garafil, paid a visit to the OPS headquarters in Ermita, Manila, on Monday to welcome staff members.

The OPS released several images of Garafil touring the office and speaking with OPS staff in a Facebook post.

“Pormal na binisita ni Officer-in-Charge of the Office of the Press Secretary Atty. Office of the Press Secretary Officer-in-Charge Atty. Cheloy Velicaria-Garafil visited the OPS this morning, October 17, to say hello to the staff and learn how they are doing and assess their work-related goals and current situation, which the OPS announced on Facebook.

Greggy Eugenio, the OPS Undersecretary for Media Accreditation and Relations, and other representatives were with Garafil.

In keeping with her vow to better the PTV-4’s and its employees’ conditions, Garafil paid a visit to the PTV-4 last Thursday in Quezon City.

Days after the Senate Finance Subcommittee approved the OPS’ requested PHP1.04 billion budget for 2023, she paid a visit to PTV-4.

PTV-4’s ongoing modernization program to broaden its reach and raise the caliber of its programming received about PHP125.159 million of the PHP1.040 billion recommended by the OPS under the 2023 National Expenditure Program.

PTV-4 requested an additional PHP675.83 million in funding for capital expenditures, maintenance, and other operating costs.

Garafil resigned from his position as Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board president on October 7 to accept Marcos’ invitation to lead the OPS.

After attorney Trixie Cruz-Angeles resigned from her position as OPS OIC on October 4 due to health concerns, she claimed it would be a “great honor and privilege” for her to fill the position.

As long as she has Marcos’ faith and confidence, Garafil said she does not mind being offered the OPS OIC job.


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