FOLKS in Payatas, Quezon City, “knocked on heaven’s door” and sought for divine intervention to make Sen. Ferdinand “Bongbong” R. Marcos Jr. successful in his vice-presidential bid in the coming May elections.
Marcos was prayed over by the residents on Tuesday morning, when he went to the area for a dialogue held at the basketball covered courts of Phase 4, Lupang Pangako, Barangay Payatas, which was a former dump.
“Give us enough understanding for the success of our senator, who is now seeking to serve the Philippines as a vice president,” they prayed in Filipino for Marcos, led by Apo Isidro Arca, a resident of the community.
The residents, expressing full support for the candidacy of Marcos, also prayed for guidance so that he will be a worthy leader of the country.
“Bless us this morning so that this person qualifies as the one who would lead our people here in the Philippines,” part of the prayer said.
Aside from Payatas, Marcos also separately visited the Commonwealth market, Barangay Holy Spirit and the terminal of the Batasan Hills Tricycle, Operators and Drivers Association, where he received overwhelming support.