Ozamiz City, Misamis Occidental | In a significant morning turnover ceremony September 27, 2023, the Padayon Asenso Ozamiz Administration, under the dynamic leadership of Mayor Atty Indy Oaminal, unveiled crucial infrastructure projects aimed at uplifting the lives of the city’s residents.
The ceremony began in Barangay Lam-an, where a gleaming two-story Multipurpose Center for Senior Citizens and an ALS (Alternative Learning System) Community Learning Center were inaugurated. These facilities signify the city’s commitment to providing support and educational opportunities for its senior citizens and learners pursuing alternative education paths.
**Barangay Bañadero – HFEP 2019**
Continuing the event’s momentum, the focus shifted to Barangay Bañadero, where the Health Facility Enhancement Program (HFEP) for 2019 bore fruit. The Maternity Care Package (MCP) and a Birthing Clinic were officially opened, marking a significant step in improving maternal and child healthcare within the community.
Representing Mayor Indy Oaminal, Vice Mayor Bebe Neri, City Council members, esteemed barangay officials, and the City Engineers Office played pivotal roles in the ceremony. Their presence underscored the collective commitment to these transformative projects, highlighting the unity and dedication within Ozamiz City’s governance.
These infrastructure projects stand as tangible results of the collaborative efforts of Governor Henry Sevilla Oaminal, Congressman Ando Oaminal, and Mayor Indy Oaminal. Their vision for Ozamiz City is one of progress and inclusivity, with a strong focus on enhancing the well-being of its residents.
The morning turnover ceremony was a testament to the Padayon Asenso Ozamiz Administration’s commitment to the betterment of the city and its people. With these new facilities, Ozamiz City takes a significant step forward in its journey towards prosperity, healthcare, and education for all. (via Bhal Cabrera / Misamis Occidental News Bureau).