Bangsamoro Chief Minister Al-Hajj Murad Ebrahim, Other Officials Unveil Exhibit Highlighting the Development Cluster’s Achievements

BARMM Chief Minister Al-Hajj Murad Ebrahim and Interior Minister Naguib G. Sinarimbo look at the picture of Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) founding chairman Sheikh Salamat Hashim. The BARMM has named its top award for local chief executives, the Salamat Excellence Award for Leadership (SEAL).

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         COTABATO CITY, January 23, 2023 — The best innovative practices of Bangsamoro local government units, as well as the highlights of accomplishments of Development Administration Committee (DAC) member ministries, offices, and agencies during the first phase of transition, are now proudly featured in a Learning Expo and Photo Gallery Exhibit inside the Bangsamoro Government Center (BGC) here in the city.
         The ribbon cutting ceremony for the Expo and Galley was graced by Bangsamoro Chief Minister Ahod Balawag “Al-Hajj Murad” Ebrahim, assisted by Senior Minister Abdulraof A. Macacua, Minister of the Interior and Local Government Atty. Naguib G. Sinarimbo and other key officials of the Bangsamoro Government.
DILG Secretary Benjamin “Benhur” C. Abalos, Jr. (in Barong Tagalog) is guest of honor of the awarding ceremony for Bangsamoro LGUs and local chief executives (LCEs).
         This is one of the programs and services made available to the Bangsamoro people as part of the 4th founding anniversary of the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM, being celebrated from January 21 to 27 with the theme revolving around “Sama-samang Pagtataguyod sa Isang Mas Mapayapa at Masaganang Bangsamoro.” (United in the Pursuit of a More Peaceful and More Abundant Bangsamoro.)
         The Chief Minister emphasized in his message the milestones the exhibit present “will inspire everyone to work for the betterment of the Bangsamoro.”
         He added, “This showcase highlights the services and efforts of the Government of the Day over the last three years in sustaining the gains of the peace process, and the transitional government anticipates more innovative practices and accomplishments in the interior and local government in the near future with your assistance,” he said.
         Sinarimbo said the Bangsamoro Government, as evidenced by the photos and infographics displayed, is committed to achieving the collective aspirations of the Bangsamoro people through moral governance.
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         “As we open this Exhibit, and as you walk through the various photos of the accomplishments, our prayer is that you realize that your government is working for you, but for us who work tirelessly to achieve all of these accomplishments, our prayer is that our government will be able to move beyond what you see today as major accomplishments to a future where services of government will truly be felt by our people,” Sinarimbo said.
         The Development Administration Committee (DAcom) of the Bangsamoro Economic and Development Council (BEDC) is chaired by the Ministry of the Interior and Local Government (MILG).
         Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) Secretary Atty. Benjamin “Benhur” C. Abalos, Jr. also walked through the Gallery while attending this year’s Pagkilala: Awarding Ceremony for Performing Bangsamoro Local Government Units (LGUs).

 

Main Building of the Bangsamoro Government Center (BGC), Cotabato City, seat of the regional government. (Credit: SDN — SciTech and Digital News)
         Abalos, former mayor of Mandaluyong City, Metro Manila, and erstwhile chairman of the Metro Manila Development Council (MMDA) flew in from Manila as a special guest and keynote speaker of the awarding ceremony, one of the highlights of the 4th Bangsamoro Foundation Day (BFD) celebration.
        The MILG in partnership with and aided by the Office of the Chief Minister (OCM) organized and hosted the awarding ceremony for the perfoming Bangsamoro LGUs. (/)

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