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    Inspiring fastfood worker and delivery rider becomes a policeman

    MANILA, Philippines – Renx Francisco D Ramos had been a working student and later a delivery rider before becoming a cop. His story has inspired so many netizens after he was featured on a Facebook page about policemen.
    Renx Francisco D Ramos police viral story

    Proud of what this young man was able to achieve, the page shared photos of Ramos to recognize his efforts to eventually become part of the country’s gallant police officers.

    Working student

    Just like many students in the Philippines, Ramos faced hardships in going to school due to financial challenges. But he did not stop dreaming. Instead of waiting until someone would send him to school, he found a job as a service crew at Jollibee to support his education.

    Renx Francisco D Ramos police viral story
    Photo credit: Facebook/Tambayan NG PULIS

    It was through this job that he was able to send himself to school and earn a degree. He was determined to become a policeman so he could provide a better life for his family.

    Becoming a policeman

    Although he already holds a degree, Ramos was not able to immediately enter the police force. A lot of police hopefuls like him had to wait for the quota of the Philippine National Police (PNP) before they could apply to become a police officer.

    After taking and passing the PNP Entrance (NAPOLCOM), Ramos had to wait for the quota, but he stayed productive by becoming a GrabFood rider.

    Renx Francisco D Ramos police viral story
    Photo credit: Facebook/Tambayan NG PULIS

    His big break came when he was finally able to join other recruits as they started their police training on February 17, 2020 at the Regional Training Center 1. He belongs to Class 2020-02 “Alab Balasik” of the Aviation Security Group (PNP-AVSE GROUP).

    Now that he was finally able to reach his dreams, Ramos shared his story to inspire others not to quit so they could also achieve their goals in life.

    Congratulations, Sir!

    — Joy Adalia, The Summit Express

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