During Pres. Duterte's visit and speaking engagement at the 3rd Infantry Division headquarters in Jamindan, Capiz, Pres. Duterte said that he promised to injured soldiers he had visited earlier that he would give them training necessary for employment at the country's call centers.
The 71-year-old Pres. Duterte was quoted as saying "[Sa] lahat nang naka-wheelchair, start, because I’ll send you to schools. Sabi ko balik kayo sa AB. Pa-eskwelahin ko kayo, learn English, voice and diction tapos improve on your grammar. Ipasok ko kayo sa call centers,” Duterte said.
Pres. Duterte added further that “Sabi ko, hindi ko kayo pababayaan,” he said.
Aside from the promised possible employment for injured soldiers, Pres. Duterte reiterated his commitment to the Armed Forces of the Philippines that soldiers would be given the best medical equipment and a new building for their hospital needs.
The President was quoted as saying “The machines there are bought immediately, ayaw ko ng buwanan, araw lang ako. May bagong building kayo,” Duterte said. “Kung nandoon kayo sa AFP, kapag gusto mo magpahinga ka muna...ang ospital ngayon, parang hotel. Tsaka may magsilbi sa inyong mga magagandang babae naka-shorts,” he added.
Earlier this week, Duterte visited the AFP General Hospital in Quezon City, where he met injured soldier.
Pres. Duterte to Send Injured Soldiers to School so They can Apply as Call Center Agents Reviewed by Phil Newsome on 8/06/2016 Rating: