Jul 14, 2017 @ 18:10

President Rodrigo Duterte is hoping the Marawi battle will finish in every week’s time as a result of he couldn’t endure extra nights of anguish studying concerning the variety of “fighting men” who dies after sending them to battle in opposition to the bloodthirsty terrorists.

“We have lost a lot of fighting men. Kaya nga kasi if there’s anybody in the Philippines today who’s having a talagang sama ng loob, ako ‘yun. Kasi I declared the state of martial law and I ordered the military men to go there and the police to die,” stated Duterte in a speech in Ormoc, Leyte Thurday.

Duterte stated that studying the names of 93 authorities troops who died in Marawi has made him take into consideration why he determined to run for president within the first place.

“Every time I read the briefer, every night, I suffer. Kaya sabi ko nga minsan, Bakit pa ako napunta sa trabahong ito?’ It’s not easy to absorb the — lahat na. Sama ng loob, even… Magsisi ka kung bakit nagtakbo ka. Bakit ba ako dumating dito sa putangina? Wala man talaga akong plano. Really,” he stated.

“Swerte talaga. ‘Yun ang… That’s why I believe in destiny. Kasi… Mine is a — one classic example. Several times, I declined to run. As a matter of fact, I did not file any certificate of candidacy. I was just a substitute. Merong rason ‘yan but I do not want to go into it quarrel with the — ‘yung unang system,” he added.

Duterte is optimistic that the Marawi disaster which began in May 23 would finish by subsequent week so the physique rely of preventing males would finish.

“It’s a winding up process now. We hope that it will end in about a week’s time at least and we also hope to begin the rehabilitation of the city. Ang ano ko lang talaga dito, the consideration for here to come in, because it’s the military who’ll do the — who will do the leg work diyan sa Marawi,” stated Duterte

“We just cannot send the contractors there and pay them. Hindi nila alam kung saan ang bomba na inilibing. Baka puputok na ‘yan bigla,” he added.

Source: politics.com.ph