Former Solvent Boys Becomes Volunteer Frontliners Ensuring Protocols

Former Solvent Boys Turned Frontliners Who Ensures Safety Protocols in Divisoria

FORMER SOLVENT BOYS- Three young lads who used to hit solvent volunteer to become frontliners who ensure safety protocols.

In a tweet of Super Radyo dzBB’s Isa Avendano-Umali, he shares the change of career of three boys who previously use solvent as drugs to make them high. He said that they stop hitting solvent as they wanted to change their lives.

Former Solvent Boys
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The three young lads were identified as Ralph Acebedo, Jamil Malicad, and John Jovert Apigo. They have become volunteers assisting the authorities in implementing health protocols in Divisoria.

Former Solvent Boys
Image Source: Twitter
Former Solvent Boys
Image Source: Twitter

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Police Master Sergeant Gerry Tubera of Dagupan Police Community Precinct shared that he once arrested the three. He added they welcome the three youths’ intention to change their life for the better.

“Ang sabi kasi nila matapos nilang makalaya, nag-serve ng sentence sila,  sabi nila, Sir, puwede ba kaming bumalik dito? Sabi ko nasa sa inyo naman ‘yan. Kung babalik kayo dito ay malaking bagay sa amin iyan kasi makakatulong kayo,” Tubera said.

“Nung nakalaya nga sila, nagulat na lang kami, andiyan sila, bumalik. Sabi, Sir magsisimula na po kami. Syempre sino ba naman kami para di sila tanggapin?” he added.

There have been numerous stories about people eventually succeeding in life after going through struggles and they’re always inspiring! The future is truly mysterious as no one really knows what life has to offer ahead of us.

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