“Di ako tuta nino man”: Sara Duterte urges Pinoys to become global citizens bearing good vibes

  • Presidential daughter Sara Duterte-Carpio is in the US for the US State Department’s International Visitor Leadership Program
  • She shared that she is nobody’s “pet” and enumerated the many things she appreciates about other countries
  • The Davao City mayor urged Filipinos to become “global citizens bearing good vibes wherever we go”

Davao City Mayor and Presidential daughter Sara Duterte-Carpio shared that she is nobody’s “pet” and would rather enjoy being a “global citizen.”

Image by Sara Duterte via Instagram

On Instagram, Inday Sara shared a smiling photo of her enjoying the view at the Jefferson Memorial in Washington, D.C., USA.

According to Inday Sara, despite being a Filipino, she doesn’t mind enjoying a thing or two about other countries. She made a short enumeration of how she lauds and admires many countries for what they can offer.

Inday Sara wrote, “I am all Filipino. I have German-American ancestry. I am in love with Japan. I salute China. I adore Singapore. I am fascinated by Korea. I look forward to Taiwan. I am Indonesia and Malaysia’s bff. I long for UAE and Qatar. I respect Iran. I miss Turkey. I want to go back to Israel. I bloody like the UK.”

The ever feisty mayor added that critics should stop calling her out; possibly for being in the US. She said, “So, get off my back. Hindi ako tuta nino man. ‘Di tayo aso o daga. So you should all don’t act like one.”

Inday Sara urged Filipinos to start appreciating and stop attacking other countries as well.

Image by Philippine Embassy in US via Twitter

She said, “We should be global citizens bearing good vibes wherever we go.”

The presidential daughter is in the United States for the US State Department’s International Visitor Leadership Program. Meanwhile, her father, President Rodrigo Duterte had earlier rejected an invitation in Las Vegas, US for a leaders’ summit between American and Southeast Asian officials in March.