Duterte: Even God has become my enemy


NEWS BY INQUIRER: In Barangay Labuan here, about 36 kilometers from the city, journalists covering the President had to enter the venue without their tools of the trade. Bottles of water also were not allowed inside.

Social workers, disaster personnel, teachers, students and nurses suffered the same fate and were barred from bringing pens and bottled water into the place where the President was scheduled to speak.

The PSG personnel offered no explanation for the new policy but a female guard frisking women entering the venue said it was part of security protocol.
Prior to Mr. Duterte’s event here in Labuan, the President told his audience in Ipil town in Zamboanga Sibugay province that he had made many enemies. He also received reports of threats against him upon his arrival, he added.

"Daghan ko’g nakaaway, hasta ang Gino-o, naapil (I have lots of enemies, even God has been included)," Duterte said.

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