Royal communiqué: Royal Grant of Award of Elevation to Hereditary Knighthood/ Datuk Katurunan/ Baronet to The Honorable Datuk Sir Myr Agung Sidayu, Bt., DRK:

Royal communiqué: Royal Grant of Award of Elevation to Hereditary Knighthood/ Datuk Katurunan/ Baronet to The Honorable Datuk Sir Myr Agung Sidayu, Bt., DRK:

19 October 2011

Royal Maimbung, Sulu

A Royal communiqué from His Royal Highness Prince Omar Kiram Dux de Legazpi Duque de Vivar-Maniquiz, Grand Prince & Prince Marshal & Grand Master of the Royal Orders.

To All and Singular: To all whom this Royal communiqué shall come, greetings!

“Be it hereby duly known with the most gracious Royal assent and approbation, and after due deliberation by the Royal Council which unanimously agreed and recommended to His Majesty Sultan Muhammad Fuad Abdulla Kiram the First, The Sultan of Sulu & The Sultan of Sabah, Head of Islam & Head of Sultanate, The 35th Reigning Sultan – for the select personage to be granted the illustrious and honorable award, rank and title as “Hereditary Knight/ Datuk Katurunan/ Baronet” and is entitled to be called “The Honorable” and he can use the letters “DRK” (Datuk/ Knight of the Royal Order of Kiram) after his name as post nominals signifying he is a Baronet and all his heirs thereafter as announced hereto.”

Citation reads:

For exemplary achievements in bringing closer understanding between Muslims and Christians in Indonesia, Philippines, East Timor, Uganda and other nations and for his continuing praiseworthy services rendered to the Royal Crown of Sulu & Sabah as the grantee of honors and distinction whose name appears below shall become Datuk Katurunan, Hereditary Knight or Baronet of the Royal Order of Kiram with immediate effect as from today the 19th day of October in the year 2011:

The Honorable Datuk Sir Myr Agung Sidayu, Bt., DRK, KRSS (Gresik, Indonesia)

His personal Knightly Arms as a Baronet shall be designed and marshaled by the Royal College of Arms and to be granted by His Majesty Sultan Muhammad Fuad Abdulla Kiram the First, with his name inscribed on the “motto scroll” as a mark of favor and recognition of his achievements for his exclusive use in any of his honorable pursuit and endeavor.

His Majesty Sultan Muhammad Fuad Abdulla Kiram the First thereafter ordered and issued a Royal Edict to be signed and sealed today at Royal Maimbung, Sulu this 19th day of October in the year 2011.

This Royal Edict appears as a matter of public records and to be made known accordingly and we congratulate the well-deserving Royal grantee.

Note: This Royal grant as Hereditary Knight of The Royal Order of Kiram appearing hereto is free and without any fee or payment from the grantee, as this Royal award is based on achievements and contributions to society and not the ability to pay for the recognition. We have many Royal Grantees globally and no one paid any fee to us to receive the much sought after Royal recognition from the oldest unbroken royalty in the Philippines since the year 1405 to this day to be declared as our Datuk Katurunan, Hereditary Knight or Baronet of The Royal Hashemite Sultanate of Sulu & Sabah.

We are:

HRH Prince Omar Kiram Dux de Legazpi Duque de Vivar-Maniquiz
Grand Prince & Prince Marshal & Grand Master of Royal Orders
The Royal Hashemite Sultanate of Sulu & Sabah

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Presenting the Knightly Arms of The Honorable Datuk Sir Myr Agung Sidayu, Bt., DRK, KRSS (Datuk Katurunan/ Hereditary Knight/ Baronet of the Royal Order of Kiram), Royal Cultural Representative & Ambassador to Indonesia and East Timor. Granted the accolade as Hereditary Knight for exemplary works in bringing closer understanding and friendship between Muslims and Christians and continuing praiseworthy services to HM Sultan Fuad A. Kiram I, the Sultan of Sulu and Sabah, with focus on the Sabah recovery from the unlawful Malaysian occupation that will benefit the true owners who are Tausugs and Filipinos. Congratulations to our Datuk Sir Myr. Best wishes.

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