Ronnie Liang joins PNP's advisory council to help eradicate corruption in police force

by Nikko Tuazon
Nov 9, 2021
Ronnie Liang takes his oath as a member of the Philippine National Police Integrity Monitoring and Enforcement Group's Advisory Group for Police Transformation and Development (PNP IMEG-AGPTD)
On Friday, November 5, 2021, singer-actor Ronnie Liang took his oath as a member of the Philippine National Police Integrity Monitoring and Enforcement Group's Advisory Group for Police Transformation and Development (PNP IMEG-AGPTD).
PHOTO/S: @ronnieliang on Instagram

Singer-actor Ronnie Liang adds another feather to his cap as he joins the Philippine National Police’s Integrity Monitoring and Enforcement Group’s Advisory Group for Police Transformation and Development (PNP IMEG-AGPTD).

Ronnie took his oath as a council member of PNP IMEG last Friday, November 5, 2021. He took to Instagram to share some photos and videos from the ceremony.

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The IMEG-AGPTD is composed of highly accomplished individuals "chosen for their integrity, probity, and leadership."

In an exclusive interview with PEP.ph (Philippine Entertainment Portal), coursed through his publicist Josh Mercado, Ronnie expressed his gratitude towards PNP-IMEG for inviting him to be part of the advisory council.

Ronnie told PEP.ph, "I was invited din to be a member of the IMEG and isang malaking karangalan and privilege to be a member of the said council representing the youth and the entertainment sector."

RONNIE'S ROLE IN IMEG-AGPTD

Ronnie gave details about his duties as a council member of PNP's IMEG-AGPTD.

The "Ngiti" singer explained, "Ang isang member po ng advisory council usually ay nagbibigay ng guidance, insights and innovative ideas to ensure a genuine transformation of the law enforcement agency, which is the PNP.

"Ang IMEG po ang tagahuli ng mga pulis na skalawag or lumalabag sa ating batas (part of their internal cleansing), nagdi-discipline sa mga pulis at nagbibigay ng attention sa mga complains ng ating mga kababayan tungkol sa isang pulis."

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Ronnie added, "I was very excited and happy noong nabalitaan ko ang invitation na maging part ng IMEG at nagpapasalamat po ako sa pamunuan din ng PNP lalo na ng IMEG sa kanilang pagtitiwala."

The Sing Galing "Jukeboss" said he will also be able to put everything he learned from his master's degree to the test by participating in the council.

"I want to share yun mga natutunan ko sa Masters Degree ko din Major in Management, National Security & Administration.

"Related po sa course ko now na kinukuha sa Philippine Christian University."

Ronnie first revealed on Instagram last August 10, 2021, that he enrolled at Philippine Christian University to get his master's degree in Management, major in National Security Administration.

RONNIE'S PASSION FOR PUBLIC SERVICE

Ronnie said his passion for public service has always been the main reason why he continues to volunteer for government agencies.

He said, "Hindi na talaga maiaalis sa akin ang pagtulong sa kapwa at paninilbihan sa bayan. I am always fulfilled kapag nagagawa ko ang duties ko as reservist.

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"At ngayon naman bilang bagong miyembro ng IMEG. Mahirap pagsabay-sabayin but disiplina lang talaga at tamang paggamit ng oras.

"Wala namang pinipiling oras ang pagtulong sa bayan."

Ronnie earned his 2nd lieutenant rank as a Philippine Army reservist in February 2020.

Since the country imposed lockdowns in March 2020 to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, Ronnie got himself occupied by volunteering for the Philippine Army's pandemic efforts including manning checkpoints, providing free rides to essential workers, and many others.

Although Ronnie has been busy with his public service advocacy, the singer said quitting showbiz is not part of his plans.

He said, "I am not quitting showbiz. Sa katunayan ay tuluy-tuloy ako sa pag-release ng songs. Our show sa TV5 always receives positive comments.

"Kahit na busy ako sa pagsisilbi sa bayan ay hindi ko nakakalimutan na isa akong artist. It’s just that I do everything now with purpose.

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"What is it really that I offer to people, ‘yan ang mahalaga sa akin. Nung nagpunta ako sa Sulu, another humbling experience yun.

"I met kind and welcoming people there. Nag-enjoy na ako sa magandang lugar, nakapagbigay pa ako ng inspirasyon sa residents.”

Ronnie is now busy producing his own music and serving as a videoke game show judge for TV5's Sing Galing, which airs every Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday from 6:30 p.m. to 7:15 p.m.

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On Friday, November 5, 2021, singer-actor Ronnie Liang took his oath as a member of the Philippine National Police Integrity Monitoring and Enforcement Group's Advisory Group for Police Transformation and Development (PNP IMEG-AGPTD).
PHOTO/S: @ronnieliang on Instagram
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