TUBOD, Lanao del Norte, Feb. 19 (PIA) – The Provincial Government of Lanao del Norte distributed gift packs and cash assistance to 66 Federated Presidents’ of four (4) essential sectors of the community – the Senior Citizens, Persons with Disabilities (PWDs), Women’s Association, and the Day Care Workers.
Aside from giving support to the different sector presidents, one of the main objectives of the gathering was to seek help in establishing, sustaining, and strengthening the drive against COVID 19.
Governor Imelda ‘Angging’ Quibranza Dimaporo asked the help of the sector leaders to enliven the spirits and perceptions of their members to strictly follow health protocols so that they can avoid the spread of the COVID-19 in the province.
The activity also shed light on several concerns regarding the upcoming vaccination.
As the mother of the province, Governor Angging enlightened the minds of the leaders on global inoculation.
“Even though the vaccines are soon to be here, we should still follow protocols and embrace the New Normal life that we have. Everything is new to us, even to the experts, thus, we should all be careful with our healths. Wearing masks and face shields is still a must,” the Governor said.
The 66 beneficiaries were all grateful for the assistance and information they received from the Governor despite the crisis caused by the pandemic.
Moreover, the PWDs sector also extended their appreciation to the current administration for the continuous development of the Provincial Government of Lanao del Norte making it more accessible and conducive for them.
Governor Angging was very delighted to hear the gratitude of the general sectors and ensured constant support in giving effective and equitable service to all the people of the province.
Also present during the distribution was the 2nd District Representative, Congressman Abdullah Dimakuta Dimaporo.
In his message, the Congressman reminded and encouraged everyone to be more productive and resourceful despite the challenges that they are all facing due to the pandemic. (PIO-LDN)