Facing protest, Vico Sotto wishes Eusebio ‘inner peace’

By: - Reporter / @KHallareINQ
/ 05:07 PM June 01, 2019
Vico Sotto

Pasig Mayor-elect Vico Sotto (File photo by GABRIEL PABICO LALU / INQUIRER.net)

MANILA, Philippines — Pasig City Mayor-elect Vico Sotto on Saturday wished his opponent Robert “Bobby” Eusebio “inner peace” after receiving the latter’s electoral protest.

“Nag-file na po ng electoral protest ang kalaban ko,” Sotto said in a Facebook post, sharing a photo of his copy of Eusebio’s electoral protest.


[My opponent has filed an electoral protest.]

“Sa akin, ok lang dahil lalong makikita ng lahat kung gaano ka-accurate ang resulta,” the 29-year old mayor-elect added.


[That’s OK with me so that everyone will see how accurate the results were.]

Sotto said that he wished Eusebio would find “inner peace to accept the truth” of the outcome of the 2019 mid-term elections.

“I’m just here, ready to work with him for a smooth transition, if & when he’s ready,” Sotto said.

Earlier, after Eusebio was reported to have filed a protest, Sotto was asked for his reaction. He said: “Medyo nakakatawa naman.”

INQUIRER.net reached out to Sotto about the matter, but he has yet to respond as of this writing.

READ: Vico Sotto on Eusebio’s plan to protest: ‘Nakakatawa’


Nag-file na po ng electoral protest ang kalaban ko. Sa akin, ok lang dahil lalong makikita ng lahat kung gaano…

Vico Sotto 发布于 2019年6月1日周六

Robert Eusebio and Maribel Eusebio

Outgoing Pasig Mayor Robert Eusebio with wife, former Pasig Mayor Maribel Eusebio (File photo by JHESSET ENANO / Philippine Daily Inquirer)

(Editor: Alexander T. Magno)

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