South Cotabato inks deed of sale for resettlement site

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South Cotabato Governor Reynaldo S. Tamayo Jr. led Friday, January 24, the signing of the deed of sale of a 5.7-hectare land to be used as a resettlement site for some families in the province.

Aside from Tamayo, also present in the ceremonial signing of Deed of Absolute Sale of Lower Lambukay Resettlement at Sitio Lower Lambukay, Barangay Lamba, Banga, South Cotabato were representatives of the Barangay Affairs Unit (BAU), Provincial Social Welfare and Development Office (PSWDO), Provincial Legal Office, and Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office (PDRRMO).

The forging of the deal would pave the way for the official turnover of the 5.7-hectare resettlement to the community.

“Subong nakit-an ko nga may ara nagid kamo sang pirmahanay nga inyo na gid ang duta dire sa Sitio Lower Lambukay,” Tamayo said.

He said the people’s money was used to purchase the land and not from any of the politicians.

“Sa pagbag-o sang sistema sang Gobyerno ginapaintindi ko sa inyo ang Gobyerno inyo ini, ang Gobyerno katuwang ninyo sa tanan nga problema nga may ara kamo… Ang probinsiya sang South Cotabato indi tag-iya sang isa okon pipila lang ka tao kundi ang tag-iya sang Gobyerno nga ina amo ang katawhan sang South Cotabato, inyo ina!” he added.