Michael Kimmayong, a proud Igorot from the Cordillera Administrative Region of the Philippines, has successfully passed the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) training course with flying colors. Kimmayong, who is affectionately called "Kim," is now one of the few Filipinos who have been accepted into the RCMP.
The news of Kimmayong's success was shared on the Facebook page of the Association of Cordillerans in Manitoba, Canada. The post said that Kimmayong had "successfully passed with flying honors in entering the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Force."
Kimmayong's achievement is a testament to his hard work and dedication. He comes from a humble background, and he had to overcome many challenges to reach his goal. But Kimmayong never gave up on his dream of becoming a police officer. He worked hard and trained for months to prepare for the RCMP entrance exam.
Kimmayong's success is an inspiration to many Filipinos who aspire to become law enforcement officers. He shows that it is possible to achieve your dreams, no matter where you come from. Kimmayong is also a role model for young Igorot people, and he shows that they can achieve anything they set their minds to.
Kimmayong is now joining fellow Filipino Don Laurel, who is already a constable in Toronto. Both Kimmayong and Laurel are proud to be representing the Philippines in the RCMP. They are both committed to serving the Canadian people, and they are sure to make a positive impact on the organization.
The RCMP is a prestigious law enforcement agency, and it is an honor to be accepted into its ranks. Kimmayong and Laurel are both deserving of this honor, and they are sure to make great contributions to the RCMP.
I wish Kimmayong and Laurel all the best in their future endeavors. I am confident that they will both be successful in their careers as RCMP officers.