Waray News: Siguridad/kamurayaw han syudad, molopyo, bisita,turismo, prayuridad- Borongan City Mayor

  • July 14, 2017
  • Samuel D. Candido

BORONGAN CITY, Eastern Samar, July 13 (PIA) - Bisan ha luyo han kadamo han trabahu-on han Alkalde han syudad han Borongan, iya gin tagan hin prayoridad an  seguridad ug kamurayaw ngan turismo han mga bisita ngan han mga molopyo han siyudad.


Sumala kan Mayor Fe Abunda, iya ginsisiguro nga talwas an mga Boronganon ngan mga nabisita ha siyudad han Borongan nga waray ano man nga mga hulga pan seguridad tungod kay aada kabakyang niya an mga miyembro han Philippine National Police (PNP) ug Militar para mag hatag hin 24/7 nga pankamurayawan nga sitwasyon.


Segun pa han mayor, kon may ada man talagudti nga mga nahitatabo pan-kamurayaw,  ine in mga isolated cases ngan an kapulisan an bahala na hine manimangno. 


Lakip an panawagan han chief executive ha mga local tourist ngan mga langyawanon nga mga turista nga dire mag alang pagbisita han mga local nga mga destinasyon han siyudad tungod kay waray angay kabarak-an pan seguridad kay permi andam an City Tourism Office ngan mga Tourist Police mag giya ha mga karuyag magbisita ha mga Tourist Destination han Borongan.


Hapagkayana sumala pa gihap han mayor, damo an mga nai-inganyo nga mga mamurohonan ug dagko nga mga negosyante nga mapakanhi ha syudad tungod han pag-abante o kon pag-arangkada han pan-ekonomiya.


Samtang, tungod han maupay nga dalagan pan-seguridad, may-ada pa mga dagko nga mga negosyante  nga tisulod pa han syudad han Borongan.

 

Nakatalaan pa nga mag abre hin mga bag-o nga mga Shopping Malls, mga dagko nga tindahan ha tiarabot nga panahon ngan ine in makakabulig paghatag hin mga panarabahu-an, dire la an mga Boronganon nga waray pa mga trabaho kundi ha bug-os nga probinsiya han Eastern Samar.  (ajc/SDC/PIA8-E. Samar)


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