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10:46 AM May 17, 2019

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Robert Eusebio, the opponent of Vico Sotto, “disrespected” the members of Iglesia ni Cristo?

How true is it that the outgoing Pasig City Mayor Robert Eusebio, the opponent of proclaimed Mayor Vico Sotto, “disrespected” the members of the Iglesia ni Cristo?

One of the most talked-about mayoralty race in the 2019 midterm election is in Pasig. Vico overpowered the decades of Eusebio’s reign in the city.

robert eusebio vico sotto
Photo source: Yahoo News

Though he had waited for several hours due to the delayed proclamation, which Comelec has not explained the reason, the young politician eventually was proclaimed.

On the other hand, Eusebio and his supporters could not accept defeat that easily. They are willing to fight for the position.

Vico Sotto Proclamation
Photo source: Manila Bulletin

Apparently, there are also residences of Pasig City who are fighting against the outgoing Mayor.

Facebook user Melzan Caniedo, a member of Iglesia ni Cristo, shared an incident which they felt that Eusebio “disrespected” them.

According to the post of the netizen, the politician conducted his rally in front of their church while they were having their gathering.

Caniedo said that it was intentional and the group of Eusebio even turned the sound volume so high that it distracted their ‘solemneng pagtitipon”.

Photo source: Melzan Caniedo FB

According to the INC member, the politician did not because their religious group chose to support his opponent, Vico Sotto.

“At ginawa po nila ito dahil lang sa hindi na po siya ang pinasyahan na pagkaisahang iboto ng Iglesia ni Cristo sa Pasig po,” the netizen said.

Caniedo added that when Robert Eusebio still benefited from them, he respected them but that was not the same scenario anymore.

The netizen even used the hashtag “RESPETO” on her post. She is hoping that this complaint will reach the attention of President Rodrigo Duterte.

What can you say about this?

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