BY ROGER M. BALANZA Davao City Vice Mayor Paolo Duterte said there is no need for Dabawenyos to declare presidential candidate Mar Roxas as ‘persona non grata’ as the ruling Liberal Party bet is a sure loser in the … Continue reading PAOLO DUTERTE: NO NEED TO DECLARE SURE LOSER ROXAS AS ‘PERSONA NON GRATA’
Davao City Vice Mayor Paolo Duterte has clarified that he is not fighting younger sister former mayor Sara “Inday” Duterte-Carpio in the mayoral contest in the coming elections. Paolo made the clarification in his Facebook account as … Continue reading PULONG NOT RUNNING AGAINST INDAY SARA
Vice Mayor Paolo “Pulong” Duterte over the week-end spewed out a mouthful in a post in his Facebook account after netizens sent him an image of an old woman precarsiously standing on the edge of a sidewalk under a flyover wondering how she could cross a street heavy with traffic. Pulong upon receiving the photo immediately alerted 911 Central, social workers and police to give assistance to the woman who is probably in her 80s. But Pulong also dished out a stern advice to children with old parents warning he would take a hand if he sees a similar scene … Continue reading IRATE PULONG DISHES OUT ACID ADVICE TO NEGLECTFUL CHILDREN: CARE FOR YOUR PARENTS!!
DAVAO CITY Mayor Rodrigo Duterte challenged his son, Vice Mayor Paolo Duterte to convince him to run on the 2016 presidential election.This after the younger Duterte posted a picture of him and his father on his facebook account with a … Continue reading Duterte: “If Paolo can convince me, I will run”
Baste: Politics not my cup of tea Sebastian “Baste” Duterte, the youngest son of Mayor Rodrigo Duterte, does not have politics in his blood. Told by Mayor Duterte to run for an elective position in the 2016 election, Baste refused. … Continue reading THE DUTERTES IN DAVAO CITY POLITICS
Mayor Rodrigo Duterte and his children, Vice Mayor Paolo Duterte and former Mayor Inday Sara Duterte-Carpio, often clashed over politics. This state of discordance between the Dutertes is, in fact, something that is often received by the public with a special kind of delight — as if it is a spectacle. Recently, the Dutertes met to discuss the family’s plans for the 2016 election. At the center of the discussion was who should run for mayor. The issue it appears has not yet been resolved. “We skimmed over the issues, but we did not agree on anything yet,” said the mayor, … Continue reading Who will be the next Davao City Mayor?