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International Evangelist: G0d has chosen Sara for presidency

Presidential daughter, Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio.
The person who said Duterte will be the president now says Sara will be, too.

On Friday, an International Evangelist who is known to be close with Pres. Rodrigo Duterte, said G0d has chosen Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio to follow his father's footsteps: to be the country's next president.

This is what Apollo Quiboloy, an international evangelist and founder of the Kingdom of Jesus Christ, claimed when he went on live stream on YouTube.

Reportedly, he was addressing a question from a televiewer during Give Us This Day Program when he said that the Davao City mayor, just like her father, “is chosen for that also.”

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However, Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio seem to be half-hearted on the matter, saying she has yet to pray for wisdom if she is destined for the said post.

“It is G0d who determines it, you don’t aspire for it. In our experiences, those who aspire for it, where are they now? But for those people who don’t aspire for it, G0d gave it to them,” she said.

The presidential daughter was Quibuloy's guest during his program when another televiewer asked whether or not she would join the 2022 presidential race.

Indirectly responding to the question, she said “Everything will be easier if it’s the plan of G0d.”

“Before I think about that I should ask G0d first if this is for me basin mapareho ta sa med school og law school. Bagsak med school so balhin tag law school (I failed in medical school so I transferred to law school),” Carpio said.

“I cannot elaborate but I talked to her about, but in the coming days I’m praying to G0d na kung yung pinakita ng Diyos sa akin yun yun (If what G0d has shown will happen), I will be very, very glad,” he added.

Despite of "many netizens" demanding for the presidential daughter's bid, Quiboloy said that “what G0d feels is more important.”

Source: Manila Bulletin