Governor Tamayo expresses gratitude to President Marcos for visit, land title distribution in South Cotabato

 South Cotabato Governor Reynaldo Tamayo Jr. extended his heartfelt gratitude to President Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos Jr. for his recent visit to the province. The Governor praised the President's commitment to agrarian reform and rural development.

"Maraming salamat po sa muling pagbisita sa Lalawigan ng South Cotabato, mahal naming Pangulo Ferdinand 'Bongbong' Marcos Jr.!" Governor Tamayo expressed.

Earlier today, President Marcos led the ceremonial distribution of 4,351 land titles to 4,271 agrarian reform beneficiaries (ARBs) at the South Cotabato Gymnasium and Cultural Center in Koronadal City. This significant event marks another milestone in the administration's efforts to empower farmers and enhance agricultural productivity in the region.

According to data provided by the Department of Agrarian Reform (DAR) Region 12, the distribution included:

  • 1,776 ARBs from Cotabato Province
  • 1,666 ARBs from South Cotabato
  • 593 ARBs from Sarangani
  • 316 ARBs from Sultan Kudarat

These land titles collectively cover over 5,918 hectares, signifying a substantial step forward in providing land tenure security to farmers across the region.

The distribution of land titles is part of the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program, aimed at ensuring that ARBs gain access to land and resources necessary for their livelihood. Governor Tamayo highlighted the importance of this initiative, stating that it not only provides legal ownership but also fosters a sense of security and stability among farmers.

Governor Tamayo also emphasized the administration's ongoing commitment to supporting agrarian reform beneficiaries. "With these titles, our farmers can now focus on making their lands more productive and improving their lives and those of their families," he said.

The event was a testament to the collaborative efforts between the national and local governments to bring about meaningful change and progress in the lives of agrarian reform beneficiaries in South Cotabato and the entire Region 12.

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