President Rodrigo Duterte has taken a commercial flight back to Manila from Davao City January 5. Photos of the said flight of the President was released.
“President Rody Duterte takes Commercial Flight Back to Manila. Photos captured with a mobile phone show the Chief Executive boarding an economy class on his flight back to Manila on January 5, 2017, after spending his New Year break in Davao City,” said in the photo release.
“Also in the photo is Special Assistant to the President, Christopher Go, sitting in the same row with the President,” it added.
President Duterte, today, is expected to visit the Russian Navy’s anti-submarine destroyer Admiral Tributs and sea tanker Boris Butoma docked at Manila South Harbor.
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