Sulu inaugurates modern library

JOLO, Sulu — The provincial government here recently inaugurated the Lupah Sug Provincial Library which aims to serve the academe and the people living in the different communities in Sulu.

No less than Department of the Interior and Local Government Secretary Benjamin Abalos Jr. graced the event as the guest of honor along with Sulu Governor Abdusakur Tan.

According to Tan, Sulu province did not have any public library after the burning of Sulu in 1974, leaving the academe community handicapped in education and learning.

He added that heads of private and government schools and universities accompanied by some of their senior faculty members attended the opening of the LSPL and lauded the provincial government for the initiative.

Officials of the 19 local government units of Sulu including top leaders of the police and military in the province also attended the event.

The LSPL was designed by a known architect from Metro Manila who will also drop the proposed hall of justice, Tan told Abalos during the inauguration rites as he revealed during the event that traders and other investors have also signified their intention to build modern hotels in this town to serve the visiting public.

He also invited top national government officials to visit Sulu to experience for themselves the untouched beauty of the province, including the powdery white sand beaches and untouched nature they conserve and preserve for the visiting tourists.

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