Baste, Pulong absent during proclamation

Newly-elected Davao City Mayor Sebastian “Baste” Duterte and First District representative Paolo “Pulong” Duterte were not present during the proclamation of newly-elected officials of Davao City on Wednesday.

Baste, who garnered 621,766 votes, gave his message to the Dabawenyos through online.

“Mga Dabawenyos salamat kaayo sa inyong pagsalig sa akoa. Salamat sa oportunidad na gihatag ninyo. Ako pud naa pud ko’y ma-amot sa atong syudad. Naay tulo ka tuig para mupakita ko ug resulta sa inyuha. Pagkahuman sa tulo ka tuig kamo na lang bahala kung unsaon na ninyo.Ako nagpasalamat kaninyo. Dili lalim na ang tao musalig sa imoha ug musuporta sa imoha. Salamat gyud kaayo,” he said in his virtual message.

Meanwhile, lawyer Melchor Quitain Jr, who was running unopposed, was proclaimed vice mayor of Davao City with 561,976 votes.

The proclamation was led by the City Board of Canvassers at the session hall of the Sangguniang Panlungsod (SP) attended by winning candidates, comprising veterans, comebacking and newbies, and their families and supporters.

Winning councilors for District 1 are Edgar “Kap” Ibuyan Jr., garnered 156,764 votes; Luna Acosta, 153,835 votes; Jessica Bonguyan, 146,458 votes; Tek Ocampo, 144,502; Bernie Al-ag, 141,273 votes; Bonz Militar, 138,891 votes; Pilar Braga, 132,506 votes; and Nilo “Small” Abellera, 103,000 votes.

For District 2 are Cheche Justol, 175, 678 votes; Javi Campos-Garcia, 172,795 votes; Louie John Bonguyan, 164,401 votes; Dante Apostol, 163,960 votes; Atty. Diosdado “Konsi” Mahipus, 152,160 votes; Jonard Dayap, 150, 707 votes; Marissa Abella, 148, 333 votes; and Al Ryan Alejandre, 137, 896 votes.

For Third District are Alberto Ungab, 160,241 votes; Nonoy Al-ag, 137,185 votes; Doc Potpot Villafuerte, 126,921 votes; Myrna Dalodo-Ortiz, 120,816 votes; Sweet Advincula, 120,335 votes; Cocoy Zozobrado, 119,625 votes; Conde Baluran, 115,105 votes; and Enzo Villafuerte, 105,139 votes.

For the second legislative district, Vincent Garcia won with 155,702 votes; and for the third legislative district, reelectionist Isidro Ungab won with 180,286 votes.

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