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Bual, Cotabato Bual Norte has schools providing basic education for its constituents namely; (Simeon Panganiban Elementary School and the newly established Midsayap Dilangalen National High School Bual Norte Annex which opened on June 2012. a day care center, a health center, a concrete farm-to-market road, concrete barangay hall and a well-coordinated purok sector system.
Bual, Cotabato The Dilangalen family was the leading clan of the realm, which stretched from the present-day poblacion (town center) of Midsayap, to the present-day border with Kabuntalan known before as Tumbao.
Bual, Cotabato Bual was settled by Christians from Visayas during the early part of the 21st century. Its history dates back from the settlements of Islamic families up to the migration of Visayan groups looking to find a place for permanent dwelling The place was originally called Bual, believed to have been coined from an Ilocano word "agbubual" meaning the uprooting of a big tree.
Bual, Cotabato Bual was eventually divided into two separate barangays in the 1970s, Bual Sur to the west and Bual Norte to the east. Notice some sort of misnomers in naming these barangays as geographically speaking Bual Sur is actually located on the eastern divide while Bual Norte is in the western side.
Bual, Cotabato It is home to some of the most important government organizations including:
Bual, Cotabato Barangay Bual Norte is the home of the popular boxer Lorenzo Villanueva.
Bual Norte, Cotabato Bual Norte has schools providing basic education for its constituents namely; Simeon Panganiban Elementary School and the newly established Midsayap Dilangalen National High School Bual Norte Annex which opened on June 2012, a day care center, a health center, a concrete farm-to-market road, concrete barangay hall and a well-coordinated purok sector system.
Bual Norte, Cotabato The Dilangalen family was the leading clan of the realm, which stretched from the present-day poblacion (town center) of Midsayap, to the present-day border with Kabuntalan known before as Tumbao.
Bual Norte, Cotabato Barangay Bual Norte is the home of the popular boxer Lorenzo Villanueva
Bual Norte, Cotabato Bual was eventually divided into two separate barangays in the 1970s, Bual Sur to the west and Bual Norte to the east. Notice some sort of misnomers in naming these barangays as geographically speaking Bual Sur is actually located on the eastern divide while Bual Norte is in the western side.