Provincial Governor Imelda ‘Angging’ Quibranza-Dimaporo chaired the Provincial Peace and Order Council Meeting along with 1st District Representative, Congressman Mohamad Khalid Quibranza Dimaporo and 2nd District Representative, Congressman Abdullah ‘Bobby’ Dimakuta Dimaporo held at the Macapagal Training Center in Pigcarangan, Municipality of Tubod on July 4, 2018.

The Provincial Government of Lanao del Norte has always been keen in safeguarding its boundaries with strong and mutual relationship with the Municipal Government Units, the Armed Forces of the Philippines, the Philippine National Police and other concerned private and non-governmental organizations in the communities.

In the previous months, Governor Angging has been persistent in encouraging the Municipal Mayors to show sincerity in supporting the programs of the AFP and the PNP and repeatedly reminds the local chief executives irrespective of one’s political affiliations or belief to work closely in providing safety and security to the residents of Lanao del Norte.

The peaceful conduct of the Barangay Election in the province on May 16, 2018 was the result of the continuous appeal of the Provincial Chief Executive, and was satisfied to the actions taken by the Mayors of their positive response to support the administration of President Rodrigo Roa Duterte, the AFP and the PNP in decreasing the number of loose firearms in Lanao del Norte and in country in general.

Municipal Mayors of the province headed by Lala Municipal Mayor Allan Lim, President-Lanao del Norte League of Municipalities, were present to listen to the updates regarding the Peace and Order situation of the province.

Col Robert C. Dauz, Commander of the 2nd Mechanized Infantry Brigade, represented by Col Castillo provided updates and situation of the province’ Peace and Order, same with PSSupt. Leopoldo E. Cabanag, Provincial Director-Philippine National Police. Department of the Interior and Local Government, Provincial Director Bruce A. Colao presented the updates on Drug Clearing Efforts and Violent Extremism in Lanao del Norte. PIO-LDN