UBJP Party President Ebrahim Unveils Party’s Main Advocacy: Justice for All

UBJP President Ahod “Alhaj Murad” Ebrahim arrives at the inauguration ceremony of the Office of the Vice-President for Central Mindanao Mohagher M. Iqbal. (Photo courtesy of UBJP Headquarters)

COTABATO CITY (April 28, 2024) — In a gathering today of the Moro Islamic Liberation Front’s (MILF’s) United Bangsamoro Justice Party (UBJP) attended by officials and its supporters, UBJP Party President Ahod “Alhaj Muradl Ebrahim unveiled the core principles that motivated the principled political party.

The inauguration of the office of the Vice-President and for Central Mindanao Mohagher M. Iqbal has been served for this significant announcement of the UBJP President held at the Covered Court of Barangay Rosary Heights VII, Cotabato City, BARMM.

UBJP President Ebrahim emphasized the inclusivity of the concept of justice, stressing that it represents the collective aspiration of all. He underscored the prevalence of injustices in society, signaling the UBJP’s commitment to addressing these challenges.

“Justice, translated into moral governance, embodies the essence of our struggle,” UBJP President Ebrahim said.

“It is our objective to instill a sense of justice and moral leadership in our government,” He further stressed.

Ebrahim outlined the party’s vision for the upcoming 2025 parliamentary election, expressing hope that the UBJP would emerge as the majority party. This, he asserted, would paved the way for transformative leadership in the Bangsamoro region.

“Our struggle is a continuation of the Jihad, aligning with the aspirations of the Moro Islamic Liberation Front and the Bangsamoro people,” the UBJP President remarked.

“We advocate for a government owned by the people, where services are equitable and accessible to all,” said Ebrahim.

The event concluded with a call to action for all party members and supporters to uphold the principles of justice and equality. As the UBJP prepares to navigate the challenges ahead, it remains steadfast in its commitment to realizing its vision of a just and inclusive society. (Sahara A. Saban, BMN/ BangsamoroToday)

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