To the tune of Run Samson, run, at least 2,000 people sang “Run Sara, run” as they joined a motorcade-cum-fun run in Lucena City Sunday morning to convince Davao Mayor Sara Duterte to seek the presidency in the 2022 elections.
Quezon Gov. Danilo Suarez led the caravan participated in by people from Lucena and Quezon, a convenor of the Mayor Sara Duterte Alliance (MASADA) told Daily Tribune.
Suarez told participants of the need for reforms and the continuity of the development programs put in place by President Rodrigo Duterte in the last five years.
He cited among the programs the 200-bed hospital that will soon rise in the country as a project of President Duterte and his allies on both houses of Congress.
“We need Sara for the continuity of the gains and reforms initiated by her father, President Duterte,” Suarez said.
After the sorties in Quezon province, the Masada caravan will proceed to Batangas province for a similar motorcade Monday.
A song of Neil Sedaka, the tune of Run Samson, run was adopted by Masada as a theme song in urging the President’s daughter to follow the footsteps of her father.
The caravan was launched in Davao City with Voice Teen 2017 champion Jona Marie Soquete singing “Tuloy ang Pagbabago” to the mayor to convince her to run in next year’s presidential election.
A native of Davao City, Soquete urged the younger Duterte to continue the initiative of her father.
“Ma’am Inday Sara, listen and carry the voice of every Filipino. Continue the fight, arms locked, hands holding, don’t give up” she said.
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