SAP Bong Go Denies Fake News for Being Involved in a Helicopter Crash


Former Special Assistant to the President (SAP) Bong Go who is now running for a Senate seat in 2019 national elections denied all allegations and rumors that he was involved in a helicopter crash while traveling to Bicol Region which was affected by Bagyong Usman.


According to Bong Go, if it is your time to death so be it. "Kung panahon mo na panahon mo na. Di ako takot mamatay basta sa serbisyo.

MindaNation relayed to his followers the official statement released by SAP Bong Go who became one of the hottest trending topicss on Twitter for the report that he was involved in a car crash.



Here's the Statement of MindaNation:

May kumalat na fake news, galing sa mga anti-Duterte groups, tungkol sa pagkakasama ni Christopher Bong Go sa isang helicopter crash. Ang mga taong maraming kasalanan, takot mamatay. Pero ang malinis ang konsenya, maski anong oras handa sila. Si Mar Roxas at Bambam Aquino kaya? Hmmm...

#BongGo
#KuyaBongGo

Former Special Assistant to the President Christopher Go laughed off a Tweet by the anti-Duterte group, GovPH (@AltGovPH), that he was on an Air Force chopper that supposedly crashed in Albay.

The senatorial bet Bong Go indeed visited Albay with President Duterte on Friday, where he distributed relief goods, particularly in Camarines Sur.



Responding to the tweet the anti-Duterte group made, Go said in jest: “Now, I am the ghost of Bong Go.”

A quick check of the image that GovPH used in its tweet, published at 7:51 a.m. Saturday, revealed that it was a screenshot of the November 22, 2018 chopper crash in Tarlac, which injured Coop-NATCCO Rep. Anthony Bravo and several others.

It was from an ABS-CBN report on the chopper crash involving Bravo.

Source: Facebook / PNA


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