Students and Teachers evacuated out of MSU-Marawi

Professor and blogger Richard Celeste posted photos showing vans purposely to carry the students and faculty to move them out of the University.

Vans have arrived to fetch the students and faculty evacuees. Thanks to the MSU Administrators led by President Habib Macaayong. Thank God!

Hundreds, mostly students are still trapped inside the Mindanao State University campus.


Hundreds of MSU-Marawi students, faculty and employees are still trapped, while the Islamic State-inspired Maute group are occupying the city’s business district, just a few kilometers away from the University.


These are the vans to fetch the MSU-Marawi students, faculty and employees out to safety, most likely in Iligan City.


MSU-Marawi students are carried by private vans to Iligan City.

 

Yesterday, Celeste post this on his Facebook account:

SAVE MSU AND HER CONSTITUENTS.

We’re safe here but we’re agitated. There’s power outage, locked gates of boarding houses and closed stores 😞We are having a hard time accessing food, water and daily essentials. Everyone gets bothered now and MSU maybe safe at the moment, but anxiety is a lot disturbing; not to mention the crossfire so loud we can hardly take a good sleep.

Would it be possible if the Armed Forces of the Philippines and other authorities organize a Rescue Team which includes using choppers and helicopters. Some roads are not easily passable due to the presence of lawless elements and heavy traffic. Hundreds of students and some faculty are still here in MSU.

To who ever reads this post, please help us that this message reaches the authorities.

Photo credits to Awesome Mindanao

Anong masasabi mo? 🙂

Related Post

Customs revenue is 34 billion for September, impro... The Bureau of Customs reported a revenue collection of P33.951 billion for September, a significant improvement under the Duterte administration. ...
Smart retailers turn ‘digital’ with mo... PLDT subsidiary and leader in mobile Smart Communications has made it easier for partner-retailers to keep track of their sales, receivables, inve...
Hacienda Luisita workers only earn P9.46 per day A group of more than 50 Hacienda Luisita workers who were rescued and are now at the Department of Agrarian Reform (DAR). The workers lamented th...
House Justice Committee approves Death Penalty in ... The death penalty has finally been restored in the Philippines on Wednesday, December 7 by the House Justice committee with 12-6-1 votes. The dea...
Philippine credit rating upgraded RAM Ratings, a Malaysian company that does independent credit opinions to guide investors, has recently upgraded the Philippines' credit score to se...
Lolong now recognized by Guinness as Largest Yahoo News has reported that Lolong has been recently recognized by Guiness Book of World Records as the largest crocodile in the world. A saltwater...
Bombing near the church on Christmas eve in Midsay... The  Inquirer reported that at least 12 people have been injured in the parking lot of Sto. Nino Parish church in Midsayap, North Cotabato in the ...
Picture Perfect Photo Challenge 2012 Resposted from Manila Blog Would you like to have a Nikon D3100 for free? Then join this Manila Bulletin and CameraHaus Picture Perfect Photo Challen...

Leave a Reply