President Rodrigo Duterte’s health is of no heed to worry, Malacañang stated Monday, after he skipped two of his events in Davao City last Friday.
Skipping both events, Duterte was supposed to appear in the distribution of Certificates of Land Ownership Awards (CLOAs) to Davao Region farmers and the campaign rally of the Partido Demokratiko Pilipino-Lakas ng Bayan (PDP-Laban) in his home city.
“He had a migraine but after three hours of rest, he recovered and he went to work, reading so many documents. He just stayed at the house,” Panelo cited his condition.
The Palace official dismissed the never-ending speculations about the President’s health. “He’s okay. As I said he concentrated on his work, the paper work. There are so many things to read and to study,” he continued.
Panelo concluded the chief exec ached with “the usual migraine that affects him every now and then.”