Army hails support from Muslims in hunt for Bravo

The Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) are getting support from the Muslim populace in conducting law enforcement operations against the lawless Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) led by Abdullah Macapaar alias Commander Bravo.

Major Benedicto Manquiquis, Commanding Officer of the 1st Civil Military Operations Unit, 1st Infantry Division of the Philippine Army said in a press briefing.

According to Manquiquis, some Muslims have volunteered to help the military in distributing the “wanted” leaflets of Commander Bravo. The materials show the bounty for those who can give information that that would lead to the capture of Bravo.

“This shows that even Bravo’s fellow Muslim brothers wants him to be captured soon,” he added.

The AFP officer also stressed that the identity of the informant will be kept a secret and the reward will be given when Bravo will be captured dead or alive. (PIA/Bohol)

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