Justice sought for slain Cordilleran soldier

A GRIEVING community welcomed slain Cordilleran Soldier Major Marvin Amangao Indammog, who arrived in Kalinga on Friday, July 3, 2020.

Officials of Tanudan, Kalinga has sought justice for Indammog, who died in a shooting incident in Jolo, Sulu Monday afternoon.

Indammog is a member of the Philippine Military Academy Mandala Class of 2006 and is the commanding officer of the 9th Intelligence Security Unit.

Fallen soldiers Captain Irwin Managuelod, Sergeant Jaime Velasco and Corporal Abdal Asula were also brought home to their respective hometowns this week.

"The whole nation grieves the loss of four valiant heroes, including our own Major Marvin Amangao Indammog. Your selfless courage and sacrifice shall never be forgotten. With deepest sympathies, we pray for comfort and strength to Major Marvin's family and relatives at this difficult time," the Tanudan Mayor's Office announced in a social media post on July 1.

Tanudan Municipal Police Station personnel also extended condolences to the bereaved family of Major Indammog.

"This office does not tolerate any lapses on behalf of the PNP (Philippine National Police) members involved. May God give you the justice and peace that you seek," Tanudan police said in a statement.

The remains of Indammog arrived at 11 a.m. July 3 at the Tuguegarao City Airport.

A tribute was given to the 39-year-old soldier, who is described as a loving father to his family.


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