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Duterte says he’s in ‘pain’ after motorcycle accident

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Oct. 22, 19 | 4:34 pm

President Rodrigo Duterte has revealed that he is in pain after his motorcycle accident last week.

The President has decided to cut short his trip to Japan to witness the enthronement of Emperor Naruhito this week.

In a short Facebook live video of Senator Bong Go, the former presidential aide says they are now on their way to the Philippines.

The video then showed the President greeting Filipinos and explained what happened.

“‘Pag nagmo-motor talagang once or twice sa buhay mo makatikim ka talaga ng semplang. Lahat ng mga nagmo-motor sumesemplang,” Duterte said.

“Kagaya sa akin, ang ano lang, parang hindi ko matiis… yung sa belt banda, three inches medyo masakit,” he added.

The video was cut short after that.

Go assured in the second video that there’s nothing to worry with the President and he will not quit his motorcycle hobby.

“Sa mga kapatid nating Pilipino huwag kayong mag-alala, nasa mabuting kalagayan ang ating mahal na Pangulo. Nandito pa, nagbabasa ng kaniyang mga paboritong litrato ng motor,” Go explained.

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