MSU CAN NOW RETURN TO NORMALCY — PNP, AFP
THE Philippine National Police and Armed Forces of the Philippines declared that Mindanao State University can now return to its normalcy after the bombing incident on Sunday, University President Atty. Basari Mapupuno said.
“After many consultations and assessments conducted in the campus immediately after the attack, the AFP and the PNP have declared that the campus can now return to normalcy,” he said in a video message.
“Rest assured that we are working tirelessly for the security of our community,” he added.
Mapupuno said that MSU administration has been on the alert, and working with the AFP, the PNP, and other relevant agencies to investigate the incident.
The campus is on full alert, with heightened police visibility and intensified checkpoints and has been provided with one officer from PNP Regional Batallion.
The University will also conduct psychosocial interventions such as stress debriefing for the constituents of MSU.
On Sunday, bombing incident happened in MSU which killed four people and injured 50 people.