Duterte joins lotto rage President Rodrigo Duterte has joined the lotto rage, his best assistant Bong Go said Thursday. Exceptional Assistant to the President Bong Go said the President put down his wager for the Ultra Lotto 6/58 amusement as the bonanza achieved P849 million. Duterte’s little girl, Davao City
Duterte: ‘I want to know their opinion on draft federal Charter’ With the administration’s economic managers opposed to the federal Constitution, President Rodrigo Duterte now wants the people themselves to comment on it so this improve and then submitted to Congress. Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque said Thursday that the Department
Duterte not sick, says Roque The Palace denied on Monday reports that President Duterte fell ill last Saturday night while attending an event of his college fraternity in Davao City. Presidential spokesperson Harry Roque told the Inquirer that he called former Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre who is a member of
De Lima pummels Duterte’s ‘putting down’ of Robredo: It’s not that difficult to be a superior President De Lima pummels on Saturday slammed President Rodrigo Duterte’s “belittling” anew of the capabilities of Vice President Leni Robredo, saying that the latter could fix what Duterte has “broken” as it is not
Alejano calls for disclosure of Duterte’s wellbeing status Magdalo party-list Representative Gary Alejano on Sunday called for the disclosure of President Rodrigo Duterte’s health status. Alejano made the call amid the President’s repeat remarks about his being tire and his plan of resigning from office. “This is not the first
Duterte slams China against radio warnings For the second time in a week, President Rodrigo Duterte rebuked China for its “nasty” warnings against Philippine planes flying near Beijing’s artificial islands in the South China Sea, including those claimed by Manila. The President was referring to the Chinese Navy’s menacing radio
Duterte hits U.S. for notice PH over Russian equipments Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte bristled at the warning of a United States defense official to the Philippines not to buy Russian military equipment. On Friday, August 17, Duterte lashed out against the country’s sole treaty ally for what he sees as
Duterte set to fire more corrupt government officials President Duterte is set to fire more erring government officials, particularly involve in graft and corruption. Special Assistant to the President Christopher Go said investigations are still ongoing for those government officials who have report to have practice corruption in their respective offices.