KIDAPAWAN CITY, Cotabato – Datu Radin Ig, the Native Peoples' Mandatory Representative (IPMR), didn't take a short cut when he took a local authorized service vehicle.
Instead, he mounted his horse and climbed into the city's Sangguniang Panglungsod, about 6.5 kilometers from his home in Barangay Perez.
"I can still attend sessions," Igwas told reporters. “A horse [my] means to move. "
In a radio interview, Igwas said she was forced to hire a horse to hire her because Kidapawan Mayor Joseph Evangelista robbed the utility vehicle because she refused to support her candidacy as a mayor by a memorandum.
Aday Because there are reports that I have supported another mayor candidate, Ig Igwas said. Vice President Bernardo Piñol Jr.
Ig argued that ac it does not support any politicians ıy because these laws are not allowed. As IPMR (representative), I need to be apolitical. "
On October 28, Evangelista said that Ig sent another memorandum and evacuated his office because Indigenous Peoples' Deputy Mayor would be transformed into (IP).
In a DXND radio interview, the mayor ordered Igwas to recall the service vehicle and confessed that he had asked him to leave his office, but stressed that there was başkan no policy Bir in these actions.
Referring to a letter written by Ig in February, Evangelista said the IPMR has asked the local government for money to renew its office.
It was announced that the mayor, Igod, will become a livelihood training center for IP women and will be called the Kidapawan City Tribal Hall and Training Center.
As for Igwas's service vehicle, Evangelista said it was old and needed repair, so it was recalled.
Ig, however, said that they were not given the reasons given to him at the time of the vehicle being taken and that he had been released from his post.
Çağrıl Vehicle recalled [supposedly] Igwas said he should use the office for city engineering and the use of the deputy mayor for IP. "I think I got away with this because I can't do things because I can't do things because they're not in my role."
Some Manobo tribal leaders have asked Evangelista to help his rival Piñol go back to Igines office and vehicle, but Piñol was reportedly supported the mayor.
Piñol said the leaders of Manobo might have to wait while they are preparing a new office for Igwas.
Meanwhile, Ig has assured him that he will participate in Sanggunian sessions religiously and religiously.
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