Synonyms for moyog or Related words with moyog

upko              tandek              pensiangan              mojuntin              piasau              kedup              bingkor              kemena              kalong              sugut              matunggong              pelagus              meradong              julau              selangau              bengkoka              ngemah              mambong              siringan              meluan              kiulu              belaun              giluk              sulaman              engkilili              semuja              inanam              karanaan              jawong              mauh              entulu              senadin              assek              gandum              bangau              kanowit              saratok              tebedu              kitingan              kawang              putatan              penampang              tempasuk              sadong              nabawan              langkon              dompok              simanggang              balingian              beluran             



Examples of "moyog"
2004–2016: The constituency contains the polling districts of Kapayan Barat, Kapayan, Kapayan Timor, Lido, Kobusak, Nosob, Donggongon, Hungab, Buit, Guunsing, Penampang Utara, Nambazan, Kurai, Limbanak, Terian, Moyog, Inobong, Tanaki, Buayan, Longkogungan, Babagon.
2016–present: The constituency contains the polling districts of Kapayan Barat, Kapayan, Kapayan Timor, Lido, Kobusak, Nosob, Donggongon, Hungab, Buit, Guunsing, Penampang Utara, Nambazan, Kurai, Limbanak, Terian, Moyog, Inobong, Tanaki, Buayan, Longkogungan, Babagon.
Initially a member of the Parti Bersatu Sabah (PBS), Dompok contested, and won, both the Sabah State Legislative Assembly seat of Moyog, and the federal seat of Penampang, in separate 1986 elections. PBS won a majority in the state assembly at the election, and Dompok was appointed the state's finance minister.
PASOK was established in 1978 by the brother of O.K.K Sedomon Gunsanad, G. S. Sundang, a traditional chief (bearing the title Orang Kaya Kaya) and former Deputy Chief Minister of the Sabah as a political vehicle for the Kadazan, Dusun, and Murut peoples. In 1985, PASOK joined the newly formed Sabah United Party in a coalition government after the latter won the 1985 state legislative elections. PASOK won its only seat in the state legislature to date when the then party president, Ignatius Stephen Malanjum, won the Moyog state constituency.
Being the capital city of Sabah, Kota Kinabalu plays an important role in the political and economic welfare of the population of the entire state. It is the seat of the state government where almost all of their ministries and agencies are based. Most of the Malaysian federal government agencies and departments are also located in Kota Kinabalu. The Sabah State Legislative Assembly is located at the nearby Likas Bay. There are four members of parliament (MPs) representing the four parliamentary constituencies in the city: Sepanggar ("P.171"), Kota Kinabalu ("P.172"), Putatan ("P.173"), and Penampang ("P.174"). The city also elects 9 representatives to the state legislature from the state assembly districts of Karambunai, Inanam, Likas, Api-Api, Luyang, Tanjung Aru, Petagas, Kepayan, Segama, Menggatal, Tuaran, Lido, and Moyog.
The school was built in 1890 by Mill Hill missionaries to convert the local people into Catholicism. The mode of transportation was then the Moyog River. This caused the present day St. Michael's church and the school to be built in Kampong Dabak, Penampang which was close to the river. The first school building was made out of bamboo. It was also a home to the church's priests. The bare ground was the floor and it was walled around 3 feet from the ground. The students used a slate and a block of limestone to write. The school was not a success, as most locals did not allow their children to go to school as they feared the British North Borneo Company would take their children as soldiers. Students paid their fees in rice, tapioca, yam, fruit and firewood.
The history of the church started with the Mill Hill Missionaries who came to Penampang in 1886. The missionaries, led by Fr. Alexander Prenger, set up a base in Kampung Inobong where a church now known as Sacred Heart Church currently stand. The missionaries then decided to establish a new base at Kg. Dabak, Penampang, which is nearer to the sea, a river known as Moyog river and situated in a plain with rice fields with a low hill that is strategically located and suited for the building of a church. This location is rather strategic since the locals who used the river as a mode of transportation would alight at Kasigui which was then the only and first town in the District of Penampang from the coast en route to the interior.