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MOA SIGNING BETWEEN CMU AND FDJ ROSMAR CORP.

MOA SIGNING BETWEEN CMU AND FDJ ROSMAR CORP.

MOA signing proper.

The university and the private entity agree for a profitable development and management of CMU assets by establishing a gas station on a 2000sqm land having 50m frontage area facing the national highway. A 2M worth commercial building will also rise on this land. After the contract ends, both the gas station and commercial building will be turned over to CMU and shall become its property.

Dr. Jesus Antonio G. Derije, university president, says that an institute for Indigenous People will also be built on this land donated by Bae Josefa Eduave Saloay-ay, elder of the IP community in Dologon.

Bae Josefa Eduave Saloay-ay, together with her family, joins the MOA signing and expresses her gratitude for the said privilege.

MOA signing proper.

MOA signing proper.

MOA signing proper.

MOA signing proper.

Dr. Paul Murillo, vice mayor of Valencia City, shares his vision that in the long term, this joint venture will benefit both the university and the community of Dologon.

“Pasalamat jud mi sa Barangay Council, at least, another development napud ang makita sa kadaghanan sa tibuok Bukidnon nga ang Dologon is progressive nga barangay,” says Hon. Miguel G. Ceballos, barangay captain of Dologon.

Bae Delia S. Arroyo, IP mandatory representative of Dologon, lauds the university president for his heart to protect the properties of CMU.

Dr. Ronel V. Sudaria, Vice President for Resource Generation and Management Office, hopes for the sustainability of this undertaking.

The university president shares that CMU is willing to help barangay Dologon in its desire to become a municipality.

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