Monster Than What Others Think! Duterte at parents’ tomb
‘I CAN’T BELIEVE THIS;
I’M JUST A NOBODY’
By Manny Piñol
At about 3 a.m. today, when it became clear that the Filipino people have chosen him to be their next leader, President-in-waiting Rody Duterte visited the tomb of his parents and cried his heart out.
A post made by Davao City journalist Stella Estremera reported that Duterte kissed and embraced the tombs of his father, Davao Governor Vicente Duterte, and his mother, school teacher Soledad Roa Duterte, and sought their help and guidance.
“Dili ko katoo. Kinsa ra man ko,” Duterte said as he cried during a visit to the Davao Public Cemetery where the remains of his parents are entombed, according to Estremera.
(I can’t believe this. Who am I? I’m just a nobody.)
Monster as what other think
video from YouTube User Kapinoy
As of 4 a.m. today, the partial and unofficial count showed Duterte posting an insurmountable 6-million-vote lead over administration candidate Manuel Roxas III.
The 4 a.m. tabulation showed Duterte with 14,826,122, Roxas with 8,886,520, Grace Poe Llamanzares 8,327,676, Jejomar Binay with
4,945,335 and Miriam Defensor-Santiago with 1,348,037.
Duterte, who waged a national campaign with eager resources, has always visited the tomb of his parents before and after making very important decisions.
He was never the monster he was painted to be. now he prepares to take on the heavy burden after crying his heart out at his parents’ graves at the public cemetery in davao city at past 3 am, may 10, 2016. “i have long wanted to cry like that,” he said, then later makes light of what happened saying, “Daghang multo diri. Kadumgog mo ganina perteng hilak sa usa (There are many ghosts here. You heard one cry just now).”
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