Go willing to take drug test 'anytime’ after Duterte's tattle on cocaine-using presidential bet | Inquirer News

Go willing to take drug test ‘anytime’ after Duterte’s tattle on cocaine-using presidential bet

By: - Reporter / @DYGalvezINQ
/ 04:00 PM November 22, 2021
FILE PHOTO Senator Bong Go

FILE PHOTO Senator Bong Go

MANILA, Philippines — Presidential aspirant and administration bet Senator Christopher “Bong” Go on Monday said he is willing to undergo drug testing after his long-time boss President Rodrigo Duterte claimed a presidential candidate is a cocaine-user.

Go made the remark as 2022 tandem Senators Panfilo Lacson and Vicente Sotto III went to the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency to undergo voluntary drug testing.

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“Anytime ako,” Go told reporters in a text message when asked if he would follow suit.

President Duterte earlier claimed a leading presidential candidate is doing cocaine. While he did not name names, the Chief Executive described the aspirant as popular and a scion of a rich family, but really a “weak leader.”

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For its part, the Philippine National Police is trying to get additional information on the cocaine-using presidential aspirant as hinted by the President.

In a separate speech, Duterte called former dictator’s son Ferdinand Marcos Jr. a “weak leader,” as he rejected the idea of forming an alliance with her daughter’s political party, Lakas-CMD.

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