Sen. Bong Go Wants To Be VP of Mayor Sara Duterte If She’ll Run for President
MAYOR SARA DUTERTE – The Davao City Mayor confirmed that Senator Christopher “Bong” Go offered to be her vice president if she’ll run for president in the Elections 2022.
The Elections 2022 is less than a year from now and there are already a lot of speculations over the possible presidential and vice-presidential candidates. In the case of the bid for president, none of the names that are usually in survey results have confirmed their candidacy yet.
Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte is one of those speculated to possibly run for president next year but the presidential daughter has yet to give a final say about it. Previously, she admitted that she really had no intention to run for president next year but the persistent calls asked her to reconsider her decision.
The party mates of Mayor Sara in Hugpong ng Pagbabago are among those calling for the Davao City Mayor to seek the highest post in the government next year.
Based on a report on ABS-CBN News, although the Davao City Mayor has yet to confirm a presidential bid in the Elections 2022, many are already presenting to be her vice president in case she’ll take the race for president.
According to Mayor Sara Duterte, Senator Bong Go offered to be her vice president in case she will run for president in the next election. Previously, there were rumors that the Senator will run for president and his VP will be Pres. Rodrigo Roa Duterte.
Go denied it and stressed that he is not interested to run for president. In the case of the 76-year-old Chief Executive, he confirmed that he will take the vice presidential race but he will withdraw if his daughter will run for a national post.
The Davao City Mayor Duterte previously gave a message to Sen. Go and Pres. Duterte to stop talking about her and not make a basis in making their decisions. She assured the public that her final decision will not come at the last minute.
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