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“Quality service for all” – Gov. Tamayo

BANGA, SOUTH COTABATO-Access road for trading goods from their farm to the market will no longer be a problem to the residents of Barangay Lam-afus, one of the far flung villages inhabited by Indigenous Peoples, mostly from B’laan tribeat Banga town.

Dan Soli Malayang, one of the barangay officials could not contain his happiness when a team from the Barangay Affairs Unit (BAU) was sent by Governor Reynaldo S. Tamayo Jr. for an ocular inspection to assess the needs of the barangay.

True to his words on Bottoms Up Budgeting, the Provincial Government of South Cotabato sees to it that the people from the grassroots level are consulted.

“We are glad, that you came and visit our village.” Malayang said,

The community extends their word of thanks to Governor Tamayo because they were given a chance to be heard.

Aside from access road for trading their products, the community also needs safe drinking water, solar drier, and electricity for the entire village.

A home for at least 22 households, Sitio Lam-afus is one of the farthest sitios in South Cotabato which cannot easily be reached by government services.

“We have to go to the area that government service could not always convey, because in giving quality services it should always be equal to all.” Governor Tamayo said.

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