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MOELCI-II holds 37th annual general membership assembly

TUDELA, Misamis Occidental (PIA)–The Misamis Occidental II Electric Cooperative, Inc., (MOELCI-II) concluded its 37th Annual General Membership Assembly (AGMA), April 15, 2023, at the MOELCI-II Multi-Purpose Gymnasium, Tudela, here.

A total of 7,648 member-consumer-owners (MCOs) participated in the AGMA, coming from the eight franchise areas of MOELCI-II: Bonifacio, Tangub City, Ozamiz City, Clarin, Tudela, Sinacaban, Jimenez, and Panaon.

MOELCI-II has underscored its various accomplishments for the betterment of the cooperative, especially in highlighting the single digit system loss, upgrading its facilities, internal cleansing, intensifying the anti-pilferage campaign, and improving customer care and services.

Lawyer Omar Mayo, National Electrification Administration (NEA) administrator EC Management Services, graced the occasion and was welcomed by the esteemed Board of Directors led by President Timoteo Gomonit, Jr., OIC General Manager Roel Christian M. Agustero, ISD Manager Rachel Armirola, and Engr. Niño Rey-Ben Rosales, CorPlan Manager.

Also present in the assembly were Ronilen Alas, FDC Marketing Department Head; Engr. Jun Dela Cerna, King Energy area manager; and Misamis Occidental Board member Eduardo Cebedo, representing Provincial Governor Henry S. Oaminal.

Mayo said MOELCI-II is among the few electric cooperatives in the country with single-digit system losses.

He added that MOELCI-II’s effort is commendable, so he challenged the cooperative to strive more, and he looks forward to hearing more about progress and contributions to the community in the future.

NEA Administrator Antonio Mariano C. Almeda lauded MOELCI-II for being one of the solid partners of NEA in the implementation of the Rural Electrification Program.

He also added that MOELCI-II, being one of the most reliable energy distributors, has provided the member-consumer owners (MCOs) with the chance to uplift the quality of their lives through better electricity service.

“Delivering our service is always expected, with various challenges that lie ahead on our path. Thus, MOELCI-II should be ready to take on a more expansive role in instituting proactive measures to further elevate your cooperative’s operational efficiency to meet the growing needs of your MCOs. I believe, with your firm commitment to light up the countryside, you will surpass your previous performance as you serve your electricity consumers in the best way possible”, Almeda said.

Almeda also assured MOELCI-II that NEA will rally behind the cooperative’s legal and noble endeavors.

Board member Cebedo read the governor’s message, which emphasized the importance of cooperation in the province’s overall development.
Oaminal also expresses his paramount support to MOELCI-II’s contribution and efforts to promote sustainable energy in the province.

“You are indeed our vital partners in achieving our development thrust of “Misamisnon Magpuyong Malinawon, Malambuon ug Malipayon” May this event inspire your members to maintain the standards of your organization and further empower you to realize our goal of complete and comprehensive electrification,” Cebedo read.

BOD President Gomonit, OIC General Manager Agustero, and CorPlan Manager Rosales answered questions from the MCOs during the open forum.

Also, grand raffle prizes were given away, including two motorcycles, two refrigerators, a flat-screen television set, and more. (NAB/PIA-10/Misamis Occidental)


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