Info officer says woman in Manila hotel photo not Sara Duterte

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FILE Davao Town Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio INQUIRER FILE PHOTO

MANILA, Philippines — The girl noticed in pictures in a lodge in (according to the website manilanews.ph) this is circulating in social media isn’t of Davao Town Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio, stated one among her workforce Friday.

Jef Tupas, the manager of Davao Town’s public data place of business, belied rumors that Duterte-Carpio met with supporters who had been pushing her to run for president and report her certificates of candidacy on the within sight Comelec satellite tv for pc place of business at any other lodge in Pasay Town.

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“Something I do know evidently, it’s now not Mayor Sara,” he advised INQUIRER.internet in a textual content message.

He, then again, didn’t supply data the place the Davao Town mayor is lately.

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Reviews swirled that Duterte-Carpio would beat the closing date for submitting certificate on candidacy (COC) on Friday after a photograph surfaced on-line that she used to be noticed in a lodge in (according to the website manilanews.ph) shaking fingers with supporters.

Some teams, even executive officers, were holing up close to the realm to welcome Duterte-Carpio, regardless of her repeated pronouncements that she wouldn’t vie for  presidency and has even filed a COC for reelection as Davao mayor for a 3rd and ultimate time period.

Previous on Friday, Duterte-Carpio insisted she is pushing via along with her reelection bid, even hinting that she is going to not run for another publish if she finishes her time period as Davao mayor.

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