Kepco’s ‘Operation Tuli’ serves 122 kids

April 30,2016 - 12:20 PM
The City of Naga’s Health Office staff pose after their Operation Tuli. (CONTRIBUTOR)

The City of Naga’s Health Office staff pose after their Operation Tuli. (CONTRIBUTOR)

KEPCO SPC Power Corporation’s (KSPC) yearly “Operation Tuli” served 122 young boys in the City of Naga, southern Cebu.

The 122 young boys passed the so-called rite of passage from boyhood to manhood after they availed of free circumcision provided by Kepco every summer.

The young boys from the power plant’s host barangay of Colon and other neighboring barangays also received free pain relievers, antibiotics and other medicines.

The circumcisions were performed by the doctor and medical staff of the the City of Naga’s Health Office last April 23 at the Enan Chiong Activity Center.

The activity is part of Kepco SPC’s social development plan and corporate social responsibility program.

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