Busy Day for MILG, Minister Sinarimbo with 3 Field Events on February 9

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(SDN) — It was another busy day — actually the norm — for the Ministry of the Interior and Local Government and Minister Naguib G. Sinarimbo.
If not hosting local and even national government officials in his office in Cotabato City, Sinarimbo is out in the field in groundbreaking ceremonies for new projects or inaugurating the MILG’s completed infrastructure projects. Quite a normal day!
Inauguration and opening of new Barangay Hall Building in Sambulawan, Midsayap, North Cotabato. Senior Minister Abdulraof Macacua (right) and Interior Minister Naguib G. Sinarimbo cutting the ribbon. (All images credit to MILG)
On February 9, 2022, the MILG head, who is also the spokesperson of the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao (BARMM), he was in three events, with other activities in-between.
  • 1. Inauguration and turnover of another completed Barangay Hall Building in Barangay Sambulawan, Midsayap Cluster of the Special Geographic Area.
  • 2. Groundbreaking for the construction of a Public Market in Barangay Kampinpilan, Midsayap Cluster of the SGA (Special Geographic Area) in North Cotabato.
  • 3. Courtesy visit to the 602nd Liberator Brigade under Colonel Gonzales.
Fist bump between Army Colonel Jovencio G. Gonzales and Minister Naguib G. Sinarimbo who paid a courtesy call on the 602nd Liberator Brigade.

Meanwhile, Sinarimbo as usual did not forget to express his gratitude to BARMM Chief Minister Al-Hajj Murad Ebrahim, chairman of the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) for his continuing strong support to the MILG.

“Let me thank the Chief Minister for his continuing support to our Ministry in the implementation of projects aimed at supporting LGUs (local government units) so they can better deliver basic services to our people. For today, I am immensely grateful to the Senior Minister Abdulraof Macacua, Public Works Minister Eduard Guerra, Colonel Gonzales for joining us in these milestones in the development of the 63 barangays from North Cotabato that now constitute the Special Geographic Area of the BARMM,” the MILG head emphasized. (/)
Featured image is the newly-built Sambulawan Barangay Hall Building in Midsayap, North Cotabato, the province of which 63 of its barangays (villages) opted via a plebiscite to be under the Bangsamoro region.

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