This province has remained peaceful as the canvassing for the plebiscite that determined whether the six contested towns will become part of the new Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM) following the ratification of the Bangsamoro Organic Law (BOL) ended on Thursday afternoon, Feb. 7.
A Bikers’ group has called on the local government to provide bike lanes in thoroughfares and highways for bicycle enthusiast and hobbyist but the officer in charge on the management of the streets in this city expressed doubt that such demand would be met.
The administration of President Rodrigo Duterte will further strengthen its fight against illegal drugs with the launching of a new campaign that will focus on the rehabilitation of persons suspected to be into illegal drugs, particularly those who voluntarily turned themselves to authorities.
The youth group League of Filipino Students (LFS) recently voiced out its concerns and condemned the government’s renewed bid to revive the mandatory Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) among senior high school (SHS) students in the country.
Authorities have urged the people of this province to go out and vote whether six of Lanao del Norte’s towns will be included in the new Bangsamoro region despite the explosions that occurred in three towns Monday, the eve of the Feb. 6 plebiscite.
Seven individuals were killed while 30 others were wounded during the accident along Km. 92, Barangay Magsaysay, Nabunturan town in Compostela Valley province on Monday afternoon.
A total of P3.9-million pesos financial aid will be extended by the City Government to calamity-hit provinces in the Davao Region.
The Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency in the region (PDEA-11) has arrested three suspects allegedly running a drug den in Davao City.
Christian and Muslim leaders based here came together in time for the World Interfaith Harmony Week to renounce the recent bombings in some parts of Mindanao as they urged the people to unite in the face of violence which many feared was aimed at sowing sectarian discord.
The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) said it is open to the idea of amending the Joint Administrative Order (JAO) 2014-01, especially on the penalties imposed on “colorum” public utility vehicles (PUVs).