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OIC to hold seminars for MNLF, MILF and GPH

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The Organization of Islamic Conference  (OIC) will be holding workshops and seminars in Manila and other key cities in Mindanao as a show of support to the recently signed Bangsamoro Organic Law.

Moro National Liberation  Front (MNLF) Chair Yusop Jikiri said, Saidu Mohammed Dodo, of the Department of Political Affairs of the OIC, will be conducting a seminar workshop in Manila and in key cities in Mindanao in support of the Bangsamoro Organic Law (BoL).

Jikiri said the OIC will be inviting to the seminar and workshops the main parties to the peace process, the government peace panel (GPH), Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) and the MNLF.

It is expected that top leaders of the two major fronts, the MILF and the MNLF will attend the seminars.

In a message sent to Jikiri, Dodo said, “this is to let you know that in its continued efforts to the peace process in the southern Philippines, the OIC will organize some workshops and seminars in Manila and other cities in Mindanao region in order to support the successful passage of the Bangsamoro Basic Law.”

Dodo also said in his letter to Jikiri that, “The OIC wishes to reiterate our solidarity with the Bangsamoro people in their just cause.”

Dodo added, “the OIC would appreciate it much if you could provide us with your views on the organization of the seminars, advise us on the timing of the Secretary General’s visit to the Philippines.”

For his part, Abdul Sahrin, the MNLF Secretary General said the move of the OIC is very laudable and a clear indication that the OIC is sincere in their efforts to bring  peace in the Bangsamoro land. Adding that the seminar  can also serve as a guide to the officers and  members of the two major fronts.

He said many  of them are now looking forward to attend the seminar and to listen directly from the OIC officials, the effort they exerted to help them (MNLF) in their quest  for autonomy in Mindanao. (Ely Dumaboc)




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