Government braces for Marawi rehabilitation

Government is gearing up for the rehabilitation and reconstruction of Marawi, which has been heavily damaged following the month-long conflict in the Islamic city.

Palace warns public vs NPA’s planned attacks

Malacañang on Saturday, July 1, reiterated its call to the public to be alert and on the lookout against the reported planned attacks of the New People’s Army (NPA).

Valiant uniformed personnel honored

President Rodrigo Roa Duterte on June 28, Wednesday recognized the gallantry of uniformed personnel wounded during an encounter against the Maute terror group in Marawi City.

Palace welcomes developments on Marawi operations

Malacañang on Saturday, June 24, welcomed the recent developments on the government’s ongoing operations against the Maute group.  Presidential spokesperson Ernesto Abella said among the developments in the ongoing operations include the recovery of P10-million worth of shabu found inside the house of former Marawi City Mayor Omar Solitario Ali.

Gov’t assures swift action to aid IDPs from Marawi

The government on Thursday, June 15, assured its swift response in addressing the needs of Filipinos displaced from their homes following the terrorist attacks by the Maute group in Marawi City.

Palace calls on nation to unite vs terrorism

Malacañang on Wednesday, June 14, called on all Filipinos to unite as a nation amid the ongoing hostilities in Marawi led by the Maute group, which have left scores dead, including government troops and innocent civilians.

President Duterte honors soldiers killed in Marawi siege

President Rodrigo Duterte on Sunday, June 11, led the arrival honors at the Villamor Air Base for the eight soldiers killed in hours-long gunbattle between government forces and Maute militants in Marawi last Friday.

From Presidential Spokesperson Ernie Abella – On PRRD’s ‘Command Responsibility’ Speech in Iligan City

First and foremost, the President has the whole nation’s safety and protection in mind. In Iligan, he gave his full support to the men and women in uniform, taking complete responsibility for their actions, even exaggeratedly describing crimes like taking a fourth wife. As Commander-in-Chief he would stand by his personnel and that no one will be abandoned, including the fallen.

From Presidential Spokesperson Ernie Abella – Malacanan

We take a moment to remember some of the first casualties in the May 23 attacks in Marawi City; Marawi City Police Senior Inspector and Intelligence Unit Chief Freddie Manuel Solar, from Baguio City, and two members of Special Forces, First Lieutenant John Carl Morales and Special Forces Marlon Baldovino, both of Kabacan, North Cotabato.