Bangsamoro Region

Marantao school officials confident for BARMM governance success

By ROCAYA SUMNDAD OTICAL

MARANTAO, Lanao del Sur

Schools officials here are confident that the Bangsamoro autonomous government can be relied upon by the Bangsamoro people with its moral governance advocacy.

Schools District 1 Moufidah Baraocor said she believed in the Bangsamoro Government moral Governance ascendency “na unti unti po natin nararamdaman at nalalanghap ang simoy ng isang maaliwalas at matagumpay at mapagkalingang pamahalaan.”

Baraocor said this as she opened on Wednesday, January 20, 2021, her district’s participation in the weeklong 2nd Anniversary celebrations of the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM) held across the region, 

“We E-Marantaon extend our thanks to our Local Chief Executive Mayor Akira I. Alonto. We are so lucky to have him because we swell and blossom of a moral and good governance,” added Baraocor.

Meanwhile, the district supervisor of Marantao 1 welcomed the new schools division focal person of Lanao del Sur-1, Dr. Mombao B. Abdul, Al-Hadja, who is no less than the highest school official of the province to grace the event.

The occasion held at Sultan Guro Central Elementary School in Inudaran, this town, was also graced former Assemblywoman Samira Gutoc-Tomawis. It was also attended by Marantao Municipal Vice Mayor Nashriph B. Cornell,  ATTSDS Samie M. Lamping,  school heads, teaching force, Education Supervisors were; Hadja Romaisah “Nordz” Mecampong, Dr. Boniara Usngan, Dr. Soliman Sarip,  Junaid Cadalay, Noraida Casan and others.

With Abdullah Darapa and Samira Menor

Categories: Bangsamoro Region

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