Danding still mum on supporting Aquino
Posted by akosistella on March 15, 2010
On Saturday night, Cojuangco, chair emeritus of the Nationalist People’s Coalition (NPC), said he would rather not be involved in politics anymore.
“Matanda na tayo, ayaw ko na makialam sa pulitika (We’re already old. I don’t want to be involved in politics anymore),” he told the Philippine Daily Inquirer.
Asked if the support of his daughter, Liza Cojuangco-Cruz, who had joined Aquino’s campaign sortie in Iloilo, and his brother, Henry, for Aquino was tantamount to his endorsement, Cojuangco said: “They are free to choose, bahala sila (It’s their call).”
Noynoy patches up crack with televangelist
“What I heard is that Pastor Quiboloy was said to have expressed that he was touched by the humility of Noynoy,” said former agriculture secretary Butch Abad, general campaign manager of the Liberal Party.
“Noynoy sought out an appointment and Quiboloy granted that. Their talk was accompanied with a dinner,” he said.
Aquino was accompanied by his running mate, Sen. Manuel “Mar” Roxas.