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STATEMENT RE MARAWI SITUATION
FROM CDO MAYOR OSCAR MORENO
Chairman, Regional Peace & Order Council X

I have talked to PSSupt Bahian, our COCPO Head. I have also discussed the matter with Vice Mayor Kikang Uy, Councilor Romy Calizo (who is also my Focal Person on Peace, Security & Development) & Col Mario Verner Monsanto (of our CDRRM). Gen Calizo also helps me with my RPOC duties, & is in close coordination with 4ID Officialdom, led by BGen Benjie Madrigal.

Our security agencies are on full alert, both in Region X & in CDO. Checkpoints in key strategic areas are in place, & we are closely following the Marawi situation. Patrols are being made around the clock. I call upon our people to remain calm, but at the same time be always vigilant & observant. I urge our barangay officials & leaders to closely oversee their respective barangays, & immediately report any unusual activities. To our brethrens in Marawi & neighboring communities, I call for restraint & faithful adherence to peace. Let us not divert from the road of peace & development

SUWCP beneficiaries get educational assistance

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ALMOST 100 Street Urban Working Children Program (SUWCP) recipients got their Educational Assistance from Mayor Oscar Moreno during flag raising ceremony at City Hall on January 18, 2016.
Of the total number, 73 high school students came from Brgy Camaman-an who each received P2,500 while 20 pupils were from brgy Puerto who got P1,000 each.
The SUWCP is one of the programs of the City Social Welfare and Development Office headed by CSWD Officer Teddy Sabuga-a aimed at providing educational assistance to poor children who want to pursue their education.
Mayor Moreno opened a center at Cogon Market to serve the needs of the working children as well as their parents.

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