By Lady Jean L. Kabagani
ILIGAN CITY, May 27 (PIA ICCC)-As the physical rehabilitation of the war-torn city is going on, the Marawi Sultanate League, Inc. has reiterated its continuous support to all government programs and projects for the recovery of the Maranao people and for the promotion of peace, progress and unity in the city.
The Marawi Sultanate League (MSL) has released an official statement through Resolution No. 005-219, which declares its full support to the reconstruction and rehabilitation efforts of the national and local governments for Marawi to benefit not only the city but other affected communities as well.
The league’s officers and members have committed to engage personally and voluntarily in the rehabilitation phase being conducted by the Task Force Bangon Marawi (TFBM). In the resolution, the MSL said: “We have proven our sincerity and indisputable commitment to assist TFBM.”
The written declaration also states the willingness, sincerity and availability of the league’s officials and members to support all government programs designed for Marawi rehabilitation. “This resolution shall serve as testimony of the Marawi Sultanate League’s integrity of purpose as well as a reaffirmation of its social responsibilities and covenant for the good people of Marawi,” it said.
The group has also valued and recognized the ongoing groundworks being undertaken by TFBM through its 56 National and local government agencies and units.
Likewise, “the Marawi Sultanate League appreciates and puts great value to have been recognized and considered as a prime cooperator and partner for peace and development of the TFBM as manifested by the official acts and gestures of its chairman, Secretary Eduardo del Rosario,” it added.
Meanwhile, TFBM chairperson, Secretary Eduardo del Rosario assures that the Marawi rehabilitation is on track.
The task force and its member agencies are now doubling their efforts in the ongoing physical rehabilitation of Marawi’s Most Affected Area and continue to provide basic services to affected residents through constant health response, psychosocial interventions and livelihood programs. (LJKabagani/PIA ICCC)