Christopher Lawrence “Bong” Tesoro Go is a Filipino politician serving as a Senator since 2019 know all about his Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children, Education and Salary.
|Real Name||Christopher Lawrence “Bong” Tesoro Go|
|Date of Birth||June 14, 1974|
|Age As per 2022||47 years|
|Place of Birth||Davao City, Philippines|
|Spouse / Partner||Name not known|
|Father||Marichu Tesoro Go|
|Education||De La Salle University ,Ateneo de Davao University|
|Last Update||February 2022|
Christopher Lawrence “Bong” Tesoro Go is a Filipino politician serving as a Senator since 2019. He previously served in President Rodrigo Duterte’s Cabinet as Special Assistant to the President and Head of the Presidential Management Staff from June 2016 to October 2018.Go has served as the personal aide and special assistant to Duterte since 1998, back when Duterte was still mayor of Davao City.
Bong Go Family and Parents
Go was born on June 14, 1974, to a Chinese Filipino family.He is the son of Davao-based businessman Desiderio Go and Batangas-native Marichu Tesoro-Go.He is a grandson of August Tesoro, who founded one of the largest printing companies in Davao City.His parents’ names are Desiderio Go (father), and Marichu Tesoro Go (mother).
Bong Go Education
Go attended La Salle Green Hills during his high school years. He initially took up a management degree in De La Salle University but transferred to and eventually graduated from Ateneo de Davao University with a bachelor’s degree in marketing.
Bong Go Wife
Bong Go is married with his beautiful wife and the couple have a child together named Chrence Go.Bong Go keep his personal life private so he has no disclose much on scial media about his wife and family.
Bong Go Net Worth
Bong Go has an estimated Net Worth around $2 Million in 2022. Go is a Filipino politician serving as a Senator since 2019. He previously served in President Rodrigo Duterte’s Cabinet as Special Assistant to the President.
|Net Worth ( 2022 )||$2 Million|
|Annual Income / Salary||Under Review|
Bong Go Career
Since 1998, Bong Go has served as executive assistant and personal aide for then-Mayor of Davao City Rodrigo Duterte. Being in charge of both personal and official matters, he has called himself as Duterte’s all around ‘utility man’. He is one of the key people in Duterte’s campaign for presidency. On October 15, 2015, Go filed Duterte’s certificate of candidacy on Duterte’s behalf at the Comelec office in Manila, for a re-election bid for the Davao City mayoralty post.
Then President-elect Rodrigo Duterte on June 2, 2016 announced the appointment of Christopher Go as the Special Assistant to the President and is tasked to provide general supervision to the Presidential Management Staff.uring his time as Special Assistant to the President, his alleged involvement in the Philippine Navy’s ₱16 billion frigate deal was revealed by online news site Rappler. Pertinent documents that linked Bong Go to the deal, detailing how he had interfered with the process, violating several procurement laws when he endorsed a supplier outside the bidding process were released to the public.
Bong Go made a formal bid for the Senate on October 15, 2018 when he filed his certificate of candidacy accompanied by President Rodrigo Duterte and other members of the president’s Cabinet. Go’s platform for his Senate bid includes pledges to build healthcare and social service facilities dubbed as “Malasakit Centers” across the Philippines as well as the repeal of the Juvenile Justice law which sets the minimum age of criminal liability at 15 years old. Doubts about his capability to conduct a nationwide campaign was countered by President Duterte, noting that the Tesoros, Go’s mother’s family, own one of the largest printing firms in Mindanao.Even before his formal filing of candidacy, Go has already been subject of allegations of premature campaigning.After the election, Go garnered roughly 21 million votes and was sworn into office after placing 3rd overall, he officially took his seat in the Senate beginning his term on June 30, 2019.
Go has been touted to run for president prior to the official filing of candidacies in October 2021. Go has repeatedly denied that he would run for president.In August 2021, Go declared that he would contest in the presidential elections if President Duterte would be his vice president candidate.Incumbent President Rodrigo Duterte reportedly would file his candidacy for vice president on November 15, 2021, but he filed his candidacy for senator instead.
The Go campaign has no formal vice president candidate. President Rodrigo Duterte has endorsed his daughter Sara Duterte as Go’s vice president.On November 30, 2021, Go announced he is dropping out of the presidential race saying his heart and mind contradicted his actions and cited his family’s opposition to his move to run as president. He formally withdrew from the presidential race on December 14, 2021.