Duterte returns to Davao
President Rodrigo Duterte returned to Davao City on May 30, according to Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque.
"Nung unang uwi naman niya kasi tatlong araw lang, so ngayon medyo tatagalan niya pero itutuloy po niya yung pag-gaganap ng kanyang tungkulin," Roque said in an interview on Dobol B sa News TV.
"'Yung dati niyang ginagawa na nagoopisina doon... ay itutuloy po niya at doon nga po 'yung talumpati niya sa bayan," he added.
Presidential Security Group commander Jesus Durante III, however, said that the President was expected back in Malacañang Palace on Monday.
"Hindi ko po alam kung aabot ng buong isang linggo. Basta alam ko po merong mensahe sa taong bayan at meron po tayong press briefing doon," Roque said.
Duterte's first visit to Davao City since the ECQ was implemented in Metro Manila took place two weeks ago.
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