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Monday, August 05, 2013
Thursday, July 04, 2013
|" All members of my cabinet were chosen through their integrity and sincerity to Reform ARMM and willing to step-down for the Bangsamoro Government. Walang pabor-pabor sa aking administrasyon." |
|The OFFICIALDOME of Autonomous Region in Muslim in Mindanao|
Members of the Cabinet
Regional Governor Hon. Mujiv S. Hataman
Regional Vice-Governor Hon. Haroun Al-Rashid A. Lucman, Jr.
Executive Secretary Atty. Laisa Masuhud Alamia
Deputy Executive Secretary Atty. Rasol Y. Mitmug, Jr.
Cabinet Secretary Norkhalila Mae B. Mambuay-Campong
Chief-of-Staff Norkhalila Mae B. Mambuay-Campong
In Acting Capacity
DSWD Haroun Al-Rashid A. Lucman, Jr.
DAF Engr. Maritess K. Maguindra
DepEd Atty. Jamar Kulayan
DPWH Engr. Emil K. Sadain
DILG Atty. Anwar A. Malang
DENR Hadji Kahal Q. Kedtag
DOH Dr. Kadil Sinolinding
DOT Sittie Jehanne Mutin
DOST Myra M. Alih
DOLE Muslimin Jakilan
DTI Sakiran Hajan
Polloc Port & FMBS Atty. Mimbalawag T. Mangutara, Jr.
BFAR Janice Musali
RBOI Atty. Ishak V. Mastura
BME Alzad Sattar
RPMA Hanie Bud
CDO BYA Anway Upahm
RSCO Altrekee P. Dayan
BPI Amir Mawalil
BCH Ardan Sali
MLO Jolly Lais
ISS Abdul Rashid Ladayo
RHRC Atty. Galuasch Ballabo
DPWH Asec Engr. Don Mustapha Loong
DepEd Asec Noor Saada
Tuesday, February 19, 2013
Public Schools Benefit from Seal of Good Housekeeping Award of the City Government
Additional classrooms will be constructed in several Public Elementary and High Schools in the City as part of the rewards the City Government acquired after being a recipient of the Seal of Good Housekeeping.
The Department of Education has allotted a certain amount for the construction of new classrooms by the Department of Public Works and Highways that will start on March 2013.
According to the DepEd, they have 2 lists of schools in Cotabato City. The first list was composed of L.R Sebastian Elementary School, Pilot Provincial Science and Technology High School, Datu Ayunan Elementary School, CCNHS-Annex (L.R Sebastian), CCNHS-Annex (PC Hill), CCNHS-Main, Datu Ayunan National High School, and Notre Dame Village National High School.
Sec. to the Mayor
“This is only a partial list. Accoding to DepEd, there is a total of 16 Public Schools to benefit from the program. We are hoping that this can somehow help in addressing the problem of lack of classrooms in the schools in our city”.
Wednesday, January 16, 2013
Use of “Blue Guards” during election period, opposed by Mayor Guiani
Cotabato City - Mayor Japal J. Guiani, Jr. has expressed his opposition to a position of the Comelec Resolution No. 1951 - A pertaining to the use of the services of private security agencies to serve as bodyguards during the election period.
In a letter addressed to Commission on Elections Chairman Sixto Brilliantes, Mayor Guiani has stated his fear that these private security agencies may be used, in one way or the other, by unscrupulous individuals of groups in partisan election activities.
“It is a fact that there are politicians, particularly in the ARMM, who own and operate private security agencies. Thus, these private security guards are primarily indebted and loyal to their employer and not to the one they are assigned to look after”,
Moreover, the Mayor stated that in Cotabato City, it is more preferred to have the members of the Armed Forces of the Philippines or the Philippine National Police be assigned to politicians as body guards because of the fact that their allegiance is to the Republic of the Philippines and are duty bound to uphold the law. They are unlike the “blue guards” who are beholden to their respective security agencies who have their own political affiliations.
Meanwhile, with the current gun ban, Mayor Guiani has requested the Philippine Marines and the City PNP to intensify their operation kapkap bakal in all their checkpoints, concentrating on motorcycles.
“We all know that the guns for hire are all reported to be riding in tandem on a motorcycle so we want to make sure that all motorcyclists getting inside the city have no firearms with them. But also, four wheel timevehicles must also be given proper inspection all the ”
Visibility patrols of the Philippine Marines will also be intensified. The motorcycle-riding MBLT-1 members are roaming around the city day by day and are also conducting surprise checkpoints in different areas.
Furthermore, a request has also been forwarded by the City Barangay Officials to the PNP and the Philippine Army stating their need for the presence of even just one uniformed member to join them in conducting patrols around their communities since their tanods are no longer allowed to carry firearms because of the existing gun ban.
What is the Significance of Breaking a Glass, Plates, Mirror and Jars…?
These belief started way back….and still practiced in our times….
In Beliefs & Traditions….
Some says, it shoos away bad luck…
Some says, it teaches us to remember and realized that in times of happiness there will always be sorrows and sadness…
Some says, it frightens evil spirit…
It’s a simple thought and realization, that even in times of great happiness, we are always be mindful of our responsibility to help in relieving some pains and sufferings…and prayers will always be powerful…..
Cotabato City cop, named one of the Most Outstanding in the Country
The City Government of Cotabato commends one of the city’s police officers after winning the 2012 Search for the Country’s Outstanding Policemen in Service (COPS) sponsored by the Metrobank Foundation, Inc., Rotary Club of New Manila East, and PSBank.
|( photo from: www.cops.ph )|
Police Officer 3 Mary Jane Perez won in the Police Non Commissioned Officers Category. She is currently assigned at Police Station 4, Manday. Mother Barangay Bagua, this city. Perez is currently designated as the Women and Children Protection Desk (WCPD), Family Juvenile Gender Awareness and Development (FJGAD), Police Community Relation (PCR), and the Drug Abuse Resistance Education (DARE) Officer.
PO3 Perez, a mother of four children, was chosen to be one of the winners because of all her accomplishments in crime solution including the arrest of a rape suspect, rescue of an abducted minor, and the arrest of a drug user. She also displayed exemplary performance in crime prevention and actively involved herself in advocating for peace in barangays, going around schools for the DARE program, and also helped in solving environmental problems by participating in tree planting activities and the de-clogging of the Rio Grande de Mindanao.
“I am very proud that out of the thousands of police officers in the country, PO3 Perez was chosen the prestigious award. I can say that this is a big accomplishment for our law enforcers and this award further proves to our people that we still have virtuous police officers in our area”, Mayor Guiani said.
City Mayor Japal J. Guiani, Jr. said he is very proud of a native Cotabateña who has given her full commitment to serving the people and protecting the most vulnerable sector of the community from abuses. He said the award given to PO3 Perez should serve as an inspiration and motivation for her fellow police officers to follow her example.
By winning in this search, PO3 Perez will join the elite roster of the outstanding police officers of our country and each of them will receive a trophy and a cash prize of 300,000 Pesos.
The awarding was held last September 5, 2012.