Recently, Justice Secretary Menardo Guevarra on Monday announced the appointment of 48 new public prosecutors who will be assigned to various prosecution offices in the country.
One of the appointed prosecutors is Odd Fellows Kagitingan Lodge Noble Grand Cesar Ramil Salvana Margate. He was appointed as Senior Assistant City Prosecutor (SACP) of the City of Manila.
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A native of Tolosa, Leyte, Noble Grand Ramil is the fourth among the five children of Sofronio Margate and Rosenda Salvaña. He spent his early education at Daniel Z Romualdez Memorial Elementary School in Leyte.
He took up his high school at the Sacred Heart Seminary. He earned hi Bachelor of Arts degree at the Divine Word University, eventually completing his Bachelor of Laws in the same university.
He passed the bar on September 1995 and started his career as a lawyer the following year at the Department of Agrarian Reform (DAR) – Regional Office No. 8. He took a private practice from year 2000-2007. He eventually joined the Bureau of Customs (BoC) in 2007. After a year in BoC, he went back to private practice from 2008-2012. In 2012, he joined the Department of Justice as an Assistant Prosecutor in the City of Manila and just recently, he was appointed as Senior Assistant Prosecutor in the same city.
He is one of the Charter members of the Odd Fellows Kagitingan Lodge No. 13 and its first Noble Grand. As a Noble Grand, one of his goal is to open the Odd Fellow membership to more men in the uniformed service. He leads the lodge with such professionalism taking from his experience as a lawyer and a public servant.
“Being a lawyer and an Odd Fellow has been a great experience for me,” Noble Grand Ramil Margate said. “I am able to better practice my profession as a prosecutor because of the guidance of the three pillars of the Odd Fellowship which are Friendship, Love, and Truth,” he added.
Noble Grand Ramil also said that he wont stop aiming for the highest achievement of his life until he gets it for him to give is best service to the people.