Pres. Duterte gets distructed by loud ‘tuko’ during speech in Capiz, Tuko steals the spotlight!

President Rodrigo Duterte photo courtesy of PCOO

President Rodrigo Duterte got once again interrupted in the middle of his speech. There has been a mosquito, a fly, a cockroach and now this, a gecko or “tuko” in Tagalog.
The chief executive was in Jamindan, Capiz on Thursday, leading a decommissioning of firearms and former communist rebel forces.

The incident with gecko interrupting the President has been making rounds all over the news and social media.

According to KAMI, a loud gecko or “tuko” sound was suddenly heard out of nowhere and captured everyone’s attention.

As the President was criticizing about human-rights advocates, he suddenly paused and face toward the direction of gecko, making the crowd laughs as he was talking with the gecko.

He even joked that one of the officials might have brought their pet lizard to the event.

"Linti nga taga-Bacolod ni. Gadala-dala ka ng tuko dito?" President Digong said.

(D*mn you from Bacolod. Did you bring your gecko?) "Diay Ilongga dinhi? Ara mo nga pet mong tuko, dala-dala mo?" he added. (Is there an Ilongga here? Did you bring your pet here?)

There has been a previous report by KAMI, about a video of President Duterte shooing a fly in the middle of his speech went viral on social media.

And then, a cockroach interrupted the speech of the President when it landed on him during his speech.

Rodrigo Roa Duterte is the current and 16th President of the Philippines. Frequently described as the populist and nationalist.

 He was among the longest-serving mayors in the Philippines, serving seven terms for a span of more than 22 years in office.

Source: KAMI

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