- President Rodrigo Duterte revealed that he already offered to resign because of the endless corruption in the country
- He said that he can no longer put an end to the corruption in the government and he is already fed up
- President Duterte admitted that there is no stopping the corruption it is being committed “every day”
- He also mentioned that he is planning to reorganize the PhilHealth as it faces alleged corruption issues
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President Rodrigo Duterte claimed that he offered to resign due to the unending corruption in the Philippine government.
KAMI learned that the President admitted he cannot fight the corruption in the government.
In a report by GMA Network, President Duterte said in his televised address on Monday that he is already fed up with the corruption situation in the country.
"Ewan ko kung sabihin ko ito sa inyo, I offered to resign as president, sabi ko nagsasawa na ako," he said.
"Talagang wala nang katapusan itong corruption, mahirap talagang pigilin," the President added.
As reported by Inquirer (authored by Krissy Aguilar), President Duterte said that there is no end to the corruption.
"Even with the investigation or the clamor for government to shake the tree, wala, hanggang ngayon it's being committed every day. Can you stop it? You cannot, there is no way," he said.
According to the report of CNN Philippines, the President mentioned that he wants to reorganize PhilHealth amid the P15 billion corruption it is facing.
Born on March 28, 1945, Rodrigo Duterte is the 16th President of the Philippines. He is the first septuagenarian to ever assume the post. He has four children: Paolo, Sara, Baste, and Kitty Duterte.
Earlier, President Duterte announced the new quarantine qualifications for October 1 to 31, 2020. Metro Manila is still under general community quarantine (GCQ).
President Duterte previously slammed the statement of Vice President Leni Robredo after she criticized the government’s COVID-19 efforts.
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