ARMM lawmaker donates computers to DepEd in Sulu PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 03 August 2015 11:07

The operation of the Department of Education in Sulu got a big boost with donated computers needed to professionalize the operation of the agency in the island province.

John Magno, ARMM’s regional education secretary, said DepEd employees in the first district of Sulu were delighted to have 13 new computers in their offices that were donated by Assemblywoman Nedra Burahan.

Burahan is an elected incumbent representative of the first district of Sulu to ARMM’s 24-seat Regional Assembly, touted as “Little Congress” of the autonomous region.

Magno said Burahan supports the effort of the ARMM’s present administration to enhance the DepEd’s delivery of services in far-flung areas in Sulu.

The regional lawmaking body where Burahan belong is comprised of three representatives from each of the eight congressional districts in ARMM.

The autonomous region covers Maguindanao and Lanao del Sur, both in mainland Mindanao, and the island provinces of Basilan, Sulu and Tawi-Tawi.

Magno said each of DepEd’s district offices in areas within Burahan’s jurisdiction got a brand new computer the legislator donated over the weekend.

“Our district supervisors were elated with having new computers in their offices. Those computers will improve the operation of the DepEd in that part of the autonomous region,” Magno said.

In a text message, Burahan said the 13 computers will help hasten DepEd’s delivery of services to her constituents.