Watch: President Duterte cries after seeing his dead soldiers killed by NPA

President Rodrigo Duterte reacts while looking at the remains of Corporal Michael Yadao at Naval Station Felix Apolinario in Panacan, Davao...

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President Rodrigo Duterte reacts while looking at the remains of Corporal Michael Yadao at Naval Station Felix Apolinario in Panacan, Davao City on Friday afternoon. Duterte visited the wake of Yadao and Private Virnel Damondon who were both killed in an encounter with the New People’s Army at the Brgy. Lamanan, Calinan District, Davao City on Thursday.

President Rodrigo Duterte on Sunday was caught crying in the wake of two soldiers
killed by the New People's Army.

Duterte visited the wake of Naval Station Felix Apolinario and Corporal Michael Yadao at the Eastern Mindanao Command Gymnasium in Panacan, Davao City on Friday. According to the report, the two soldiers were killed in an explosion of a homemade bomb at Calinan District in Davao City Thursday.

The image of Duterte became emotional makes the heart of his supporters breaks.
They also felt what the president was going through seeing his two fallen soldiers.
It is said that Duterte hands out a financial aid to the families after comforting them Stella Marie Felt his pain, from a father whose so strong,full of humor and simplicity,to see him sobbing is extremely painful. The picture says "vengeance is ours, rest now my son for the future of your children is clear".
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Here are some reaction of Netizens

Ekul Ttrreeava he's a real man God......karamihan sa mga hipokritong
nasa ibabaw ng pulpito, yun ang mga lobo sa Kristyanong lipunan....i love
my President..
Vincent Joseph Collamat Oplas Your emotion touched our hearts
President. It really hurts when you are in grief. But rest assured. Kami po
ay nandito para damayan ka sa inyong pagluluksa.
Glaiza Mae Dagondon A president who isn't afraid to show his tears.
Salute to you Mr. President

Source: Edgedavao


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