Go impacts ex-President Aquino’s remarks vs Duterte
Special Assistant to the President Christopher Lawrence “Bong” Go slammed Thursday
remarks made by former President Benigno Aquino III on President Duterte’s health condition,
including Aquino’s promise to actively participate in the campaign for the opposition slate in the 2019 midterm elections.
“Let’s just let the people judge for themselves. I think you will feel it,” Go said through a local
radio station. “Walk on the streets, see if your children are safe, if there are improvements.
We don’t need to boast about the accomplishments of the Duterte administration. Let the people judge,” Go added.
Earlier, former President Aquino vowed to help in the campaign of a genuine opposition to provide
constructive criticisms and checks and balances to the government.
Be that as it may, Go engaged people in general not to harp on the cynicism of the restriction yet on the constructive changes Duterte has started.
Go additionally responded to Aquino’s announcement on the President’s wellbeing.
“You saw him yesterday, he was exceptionally solid. He conveyed a two-hour discourse. I coordinated it, he was in front of an audience for two hours. Also, he could state all that he expected to state,” he said
He said in spite of gossipy tidbits in regards to his wellbeing, President Duterte kept on meeting visitors when he landed in Davao City after his visit to Cebu on Tuesday.
Meanwhile, Go said the President, who dropped from general visibility after he guested in the Visayas group gathering of the League of Municipalities of the Philippines in Cebu City on Tuesday, kept accepting guests here in private.
Duterte’s unveil meeting
Go, be that as it may, did not unveil who the President was meeting on Wednesday however on the night of that day, Malacanang discharged a photograph of the President accepting guests at the Matina Enclaves here, just a street or two far from his living arrangement.
Furthermore, his visitors were Indonesian Ambassador to the Philippines Dr. Sinyo Harry Sarundajang and the establishing seat of the Moro National Liberation Front Nur Misuari, who was wearing a white “barong” and was shot shaking hands, smiling and embracing the President.
The 73-year-old president, who wore a dim polo shirt amid the event, was additionally shot chatting with Datu Shahbandar Abdusakur Tan, exceptional emissary of the Royal Council of Sulu Sultanate. There was no detail yet concerning what happened amid the gatherings.