With fervent hope for a strengthen and sustainable peace, two big warring clans of the towns of Nunungan and Sultan Naga Dimaporo recently convinced for a settlement and reconciliation witnessed by provincial officials headed by Governor Imelda Quibranza-Dimaporo, security personnel with the mayors of the aforesaid places held at MCC Gymnasium.
The commitment was also highlighted with turning over of firearms from both clans during the recent Peace and Order Council Meeting (PPOC).
Governor Dimaporo lauded the effort of Armed Forces of the Philippines -2nd Mechanized Brigade under the command of Brigadier General Facundo Palafox IV, Philippine National Police headed by Police Colonel Rene Solidarios, SP Member Acmad Taha, Police Major Salman Saad for their support in peace keeping effort of the province.
However, the lady governor also aired her sincere thanks to the town mayors, Motalib Dimaporo of Sultan Naga Dimaporo and Marcos Mamay of Nunungan for successfully motivating the Maruhom and Alamada family to end to their long-ridden Rido (Clan War) lasted more than seven years.
Their firearms were turned-over during the PPOC and ADAC meeting.
“I am very much thankful that the governor recognized our effort in Nunungan with the support of AFP, PNP and other stakeholders, instrumental in attaining the vision of the province for sustainable understanding and development,” Mayor Mamay explained.