The National Commission on Indigenous Peoples (NCIP) warned the public on Friday against groups of swindlers using the name and logo of the organization for their modus.
NCIP officials were recently informed about tricksters aligning themselves with NCIP as they conduct illegal activities, said Totsie Escobia, chief of Capitolâ€™s Effective Development Communications Unit.
According to the NCIP, the use of their name and logo without permission is strictly prohibited particularly in making commitments and transactions.
OfficialsÂ urged the public to report cases of the said modus at the NCIP’s office as the activity has become rampant.
Office of the NCIP is located in Room B, Sarabia-Co Torralba Building, Doria Street, Tagbilaran City.
The NCIP is a government agency responsible for protecting the rights of indigenous peoples in the country. Â (Rey Tutas)
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