DAVAO City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte's proclamation rally's media coverage is all set, an official said.
Head of Duterte Media Group Peter Tiu Laviña said that media outlets have been tapped to give full broadcast on Duterte’s proclamation set on February 9 in Tondo, Manila.
“We will broadcast it live through Sonshine TV, beam in free TV and cable, and as well as with hook ups by various radio station. There will also be livestream in the internet,” Laviña said.
The rally is set to be held at 7 p.m. in Tondo. Sonshine TV Channels per region were also listed in the Duterte Daily News Service Facebook account.
“Many supporters all over the country and the world will hold their own activities in support of the proclamation rally,” Laviña said.
Based on reports, members of RRD and Duterte Diehard Supporter (DDS)-Davao region will set simultaneous rallies in different areas such as Davao city, Mati City in Davao Oriental, Mabini and Pantukan in Compostela Valley, Tagum and Panabo in Davao del Norte, and Sta. Cruz and Digos City in Davao del Sur and in Malita in Davao Occidental.
Still based on reports, Rocky Balili political leader and member of RRD and DDS confirmed that the simultaneous rally in Davao City will be held at the Freeedom Park along Roxas Avenue.
Around 5,000 are expected to join the rally voluntarily. Aside from Duterte, different presidential candidates are also set to have their proclamation on the same day.
Based on reports, Vice President Jejomar Binay, standard bearer of the United Nationalist Alliance and his running mate Gregorio Honasan, will have their proclamation rally at 8 a.m. at the government-funded socialized housing project, Welfareville Compound, in Mandaluyong City.
The Liberal Party’s Mar Roxas and running mate Leni Robredo will be in Roxas’ hometown, Roxas City in Capiz at 10 a.m.; Senators Ferdinand Marcos, Jr. and his running mate Senator Miriam Defensor-Santiago at the Mariano Marcos State University in the Marcos hometown in Batac, Ilocos Norte at 11:30 a.m.; and Senators Grace Poe and Francis Escudero at Plaza Miranda at 4 p.m.