Prayer for VP Aspirant, Mayor Inday Sara Duterte and the “Mahalin Natin ang Pilipinas Ride”
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Pastor Apollo C. Quiboloy prays for VP Aspirant and Davao City Mayor Inday Sara Duterte as the UniTeam kicks off its Mahalin Natin ang Pilipinas Ride (MNPR) today at the Kingdom of Jesus Christ Compound in Davao City.
This is in response to Mayor Sara’s request for prayer and blessings as she begins her journey around the Philippines.
The Mahalin Natin ang Pilipinas Ride is a national caravan that aims to promote love for one’s country and to remind Filipinos that the country needs unity to achieve positive change and sustainable development. At the same time, the caravan will highlight the UniTeam’s representation in the upcoming 2022 elections.
The tour will take 28 days to complete with an estimated travel distance of 4,600 kilometers.
From Davao City, the team will head to Bislig today going northward, passing through major cities in Eastern Visayas, South Luzon, and North Luzon. The journey back to the South will begin on February 18, passing through major cities in the western part of the Philippine archipelago.
The schedule of the “Mahalin Natin ang Pilipinas Ride” is as follows:
Feb. 1 Davao City – Bislig
Feb. 2 Bislig – Lipata Port, Surigao; Lipata Port – Liloan Port
Feb. 3 Liloan Port – Tacloban Leyte
Feb. 4 Tacloban, Leyte – Calbayog
Feb. 5 Calbayog – Allen Port; Allen Port – Matnog Port; Matnog Port – Suki Beach, Matnog
Feb. 6 Matnog – Naga City
Feb. 7 Naga City – Daet, Cam. Norte
Feb. 8 Daet, Cam. Norte – Lucena City
Feb. 9 Lucena City – Metro Manila
Feb. 10 Metro Manila via Gapan City – Cabanatuan City
Feb. 11 Cabanatuan City – Bayombong, Nueva Vizcaya
Feb. 14 Nueva Vizcaya – Cauayan, Isabela
Feb. 15 Cauayan, Isabela – Tuguegarao City
Feb. 16 Tuguegarao City – Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte
Feb. 17 Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte – Vigan City
Feb. 18 Vigan City – San Fernando City, La Union
Feb. 19 San Fernando City, La Union – Alaminos, Pangasinan
Feb. 20 Alaminos, Pangasinan – Subic, Zambales
Feb. 21 Subic, Zambales – Metro Manila
Feb. 22 Metro Manila – Batangas Port
Feb. 23 Batangas Port – Bulalacao Port; Bulalacao Port – Caticlan Port
Feb. 24 Caticlan Port – Iloilo; Iloilo- Bacolod
Feb. 25 Bacolod – Dumaguete; Dumaguete – Dapitan
Feb. 26 Dapitan – Pagadian
Feb. 27 Pagadian – Cotabato
Feb. 28 Cotabato – Davao City
The send-off ceremony was also joined by senatoriables, Harry Roque and Jinggoy Estrada.
The caravan is set to follow COVID-19 regulations and avoid big gatherings to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus infection.