Taguig hails three senior citizens who graduated from elementary and high school through ALS

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The Taguig government is all praises for three senior citizens who completed their elementary and high school education through the city’s alternative learning system.

The three are 82-year-old Mwuseus Anthony Diaz and 63 year old Erlinda Dejumo who completed high school, and 73-year-old Luvizminda Fajardo who completed elementary school.

Diaz said he was happy to have graduated and wanted to be a doctor of theology.

Fajardo, who was unable to study when she was younger because her parents died early, said it had been her dream to hold her own diploma.

Dejumo said she decided to try the ALS because she had been unable to complete her studies when she was younger.

The Taguig City government said these three senior citizens show that their age and circumstances in life are not a barrier to reaching their dream of getting their diploma.

“Ang kwento ng tagumpay na ito nila Mwuseus Anthony Diaz, Luvisminda Fajardo, at Erlinda Dejumo ay kwento rin ng bawat Taguigueño na nangangarap para maabot ang kanilang mga pangarap,” it said.

It also vowed to support them.

“Asahan niyo na nasa likod niyo ang Taguig para sumuporta at kasama niyo sa bawat hakbang na inyong tatahakin,” it said.