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Tamayo fights back against threats to South Cotabato security, progress

South Cotabato Governor Reynaldo Tamayo Jr. is ready to fight back to thwart any attempt to disrupt the peace and order situation and the booming economy of the province.

“Bilang gobernador ninyo, hinding-hindi ko hahayaan na may susubok sa napakagandang peace and order at public safety na mayroon tayo,” Tamayo said Friday.

During his State of the Province Address, the governor elaborated on the various gains of the province for the past five years as he highlighted the big-ticket projects of his leadership, such as the establishment of the IT economic zone in the municipality of Tupi, and the Integrated Rice Processing Center.

“Tinatrabaho natin na magkaroon pa ng mga agro-economic zones na ilalagay natin sa mga areas na nandoon ang junctions ng iba’t ibang mga local government units. Magkakaroon ng integrated food terminals,” he said.

The governor added he will seek more investments to provide more job opportunities for his constituents.

“Kaya talagang tinututukan natin kung papaano mapa-angat ang mga investments dito sa ating probinsiya…Pumupunta tayo sa iba’t ibang grupo, para lang maka-imbita tayo ng mga investors, sa Chamber of Commerce, para maka-generate ng employment,” Tamayo added.

Tamayo said that he will not allow any individual or groups that will undermine the economic stability of the province.

“Hindi ko hahayaan na mayrong isa o grupo ng mga tao na tatakutin ang lalawigan ng South Cotabato, dahil hindi ako papayag na isakripisyo kung anong meron tayo sa lalawigan. Ang South Cotabateños ay hindi takot sa anong laban na kakaharapin,” he said.

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