NAPOLCOM Officers Pay Courtesy Call on MBHTE Minister M.M. Iqbal


Bangsamoro Education Minister Mohagher M. Iqbal is flanked by his two callers from the NAPOLCOM, Commissiones Ricardo P. Bernabe III and Commissioner Beatrice Aurora A. Vega-Cancio. (All images via MBHTE))

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COTABATO CITY — The education head of the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (MBHTE) has been receiving courtesy calls from various dignitaries, including leaders of private organizations and government institutions.

MBHTE Minister Mohagher M. Iqbal is only too happy to receive his visitors, as it allows him to brief them on the education agency’s programs, projects, and services for the Bangsamoro people.

Not only that, the exchange of knowledge is a two-way street as is usual in any dialogue. Minister Iqbal is also learning from his visitors on their respective agency’s programs, projects, and services.

One such group of visitors came in the last week of May 2022.

Minister Iqbal’s visitors were National Police Commission (NAPOLCOM) Commissioners Ricardo P. Bernabe III and Beatrice Aurora A. Vega-Cancio.

The two NAPOLCOM officers’ party included Directors Myrna DP Medina, Chito Noel D. Bustonera, and Evangeline R. Almirante.

Minister Iqbal and his NAPOLCOM callers discussed a wide range of topics and subject matters. None was shared yet to the public as of press time.

The MBHTE preserved the visit through a number of photographs, which follow below:

Minister Iqbal, who wears many hats in the Mindanao peace process, has always welcome visitors, and values their sharing of knowledge and information.

The Bangsamoro region is made up of the provinces of Basilan, Lanao del Sur, Maguindanao, Sulu, and Tawi-Tawi, and the cities of Cotabato, Lamitan, and Marawi, as well as the Special Geographic Area (SGA) made up of 63 barangays or villages in North Cotabato that opted to be under BARMM jurisdiction. North Cotabato itself is not part of the region.

As a new political entity (NPE), the BARMM was established through the Bangsamoro Organic Law (BOL) to implement the 2014 Comprehensive Agreement on the Bangsamoro (CAB). (/)

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