Gov making good his promise to turn into progressive, productive place in Maguindanao

Gov making good his promise to turn into progressive, productive place in Maguindanao


DAVAO CITY, May 18 (PNA) – Governor Esmael “Toto” Mangudadatu is making good his promise to his constituents to turn the province into a progressive and productive place.

“TOTOong Serbisyo Para sa Bagong Maguindanao” (Genuine Public Service for the New Maguindanao) is what the slogan reads fronting the Maguindanao satellite capitol in Buluan town, the bailiwicks of the Mangudadatus.

In an interview by this writer in Mangudadatu’s town in Buluan recently, the governor said as part of his infrastructure and livelihood projects, a P3-million worth Covered Court Gymnasium will be built in 36 municipalities while 50 houses will be distributed in every municipality.

“Our people need these projects. They are longing this long before but since the past leaders are not doing anything, they remain their dreams,” he said in an interview Monday.

The province also already kicked off its oil palm and rubber seedlings distribution and carabao dispersal to the farmers.

Mangudadatu said his other on-going projects are road concreting, road network maintenance and pavement, construction of provincial department buildings, waterworks project, electrification, among others.

The governor is still less than a year as the provincial chief but we can already see a lot of projects being implemented.

Mangudadatu has set an eight-point agenda as his guiding principle to turn the province into a progressive one.

“From being a sleeping dog into an investment haven and peaceful and developed,” he said. (PNA)
LAP/Anthony S. Allada/ldp

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One response to this post.

  1. your the man toto

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