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Go formally drops out of presidential race, Duterte backs out of senatorial race

MANILA – Exactly two weeks after announcing that he is pulling out of the presidential race, Senator Christopher Lawrence “Bong” Go has officially withdrawn his candidacy at the Commission on Elections (Comelec) office in Manila Tuesday morning.

At about 4 p.m. Tuesday, President Rodrigo Duterte showed up at Comelec office and withdrew his certificate of candidacy for senator in next year's elections.

This was confirmed by Commission on Elections spokesperson James Jimenez said on Tuesday afternoon. -ed)

Sen. Bong Go drops presidential bid

MANILA, Philippines — Presidential aspirant and Senator Bong Go today announced his withdrawal from the presidential race, saying he came up with the decision after consulting his family and Pres. Duterte.

“Ayaw rin talaga ng aking pamilya kaya naisip ko na siguro ay hindi ko pa panahon sa ngayon. Diyos lang ang nakakaalam kung kailan ang tamang panahon. Ayaw ko ring maipit si Pangulong Duterte higit pa sa tatay ang pagmamahal ko sa kanya,” the Mindanao lawmaker told reporters in a brief interview.

Bong Go hails release of funds for health worker's compensation, benefits

Senator Christopher “Bong” Go shared that President Rodrigo Duterte instructed the release of additional budget to compensate healthcare workers (HCWs) who contracted COVID-19 and ensure that those serving on the frontlines will have appropriate benefits and financial support they need while fulfilling their duty.


Running for the Presidency is something I have never dreamed of. Iniiwasan ko ang posisyon na ito, but fate -- as I said -- has a way of turning things around. Nagdesisyon ang partido at si Pangulong Duterte and I accepted the challenge.

At present, I continue to seek guidance from the Divine Being for I believe that the Presidency is a matter of destiny.  Kung para sayo yan, para talaga sayo yan.

Nakakataba ng puso yung suporta at hindi po namin kakalimutan yan pero totoong tao po ako at sinasabi ko lang ang totoong nararamdaman ko.

Go calls for Pinoys to seek medical aid thru Malasakit Centers, helps 3k people in Iligan, Lanao Norte 

ILIGAN CITY - Senator Christopher “Bong” Go reminded Filipinos that they may avail of medical assistance from the government in a video message during a series of aid distributions in Iligan City and Baroy, Lanao del Norte from November 17 to 19.

Go urged the public to avail of the services of the Malasakit Centers, as they provide a streamlined application process for medical assistance from the Department of Health, Department of Social Welfare and Development, Philippine Health Insurance Corporation and Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office.

"Bong Go is my presidential candidate," PRRD reiterates

CALAPAN CITY - Senator Christopher “Bong” Go has earned the praise of President Rodrigo Duterte and officials from various government agencies as he joined the Chief Executive in a visit to Calapan City, Oriental Mindoro on Thursday, November 18 to inaugurate several infrastructure projects and attend a meeting with local officials.

Bong Go shares overview of his first 100 days if elected president

The senator also pledges to continue and add to Duterte legacy.

MANILA - Senator and presidential aspirant Christopher “Bong” Go vowed to continue the momentum that President Rodrigo Duterte has built during the 47th Philippine Business Conference & Expo Presidentiables’ Forum held by the Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry on November 17 and 18.

Revillame backs Go's candidacy, aligns with PRRD' vision for Pinoys

MANILA - On Tuesday, November 16, TV personality Willie Revillame joined Senator Christopher “Bong” Go in the launch of the 149th Malasakit Center at San Lorenzo Ruiz Hospital in Malabon City.

In a speech, the Wowowin host expressed his utmost support for the presidential aspirant and shared his optimism that Go will successfully continue the legacy of President Rodrigo Duterte for the betterment of the nation.

Bong Go calls for unity among PRRD supporters; assures COVID response won’t be derailed by politics


Senator and presidential aspirant Christopher "Bong" Go called for unity especially among supporters and allies of President Rodrigo Duterte to help the country in overcoming the pandemic. He emphasized that despite political differences leading to the 2022 elections, the priority now is the welfare of Filipinos during these trying times.

Go ready to face challenges in presidential race, vows to continue, add to, & protect PRRD's legacy 

MANILA - Senator Christopher “Bong” Go, in a radio interview on Monday, November 15, said that he is determined to serve the country as president, if elected, as he vowed to continue, add to, and protect the legacy of President Rodrigo Duterte.

“Bagama’t nakakatakot po itong trabahong ito, dahil noong una ay wala naman akong interes na tumakbo rito sa posisyong ito, pero nandirito na po ako at asahan niyo po na ako’y magseserbisyo,” said Go.


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