Migraine causes Duterte to cancel speaking engagement in Pasig

Metro Manila (CNN Philippines) — Presidential candidate Rodrigo "Rody" Duterte was supposed to appear before a group of health professionals in Pasig on Thursday (February 11), but was forced to cancel because of a migraine.

Duterte was seen walking to the venue of the forum before stopping. He leaned on the wall and looked dazed.

Running mate Alan Peter Cayetano said the sorties they have been going to are giving Duterte a bad migraine.

He, however, assured that Duterte's health condition is not serious. He also said the Davao City mayor is physically ready to campaign in the next three months.

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Other problems in the Duterte camp

The campaign period has only been running for three days but the Duterte camp are already dealing with several issues.

One problem is their scratch card initiative, which was temporarily suspended because of documentary requirements.

Related: Duterte camp suspends scratch card initiative

According to the legal advisers of the Duterte camp, the Commission on Elections requires all contributions to be supported with notarized contribution forms.

This means any supporter of Duterte who wishes to contribute for his campaign must submit this form and have it notarized.

Duterte's spokesman Peter Laviña said they will do everything to comply with the Comelec. He added that they are ironing details on how they will execute their scratch card intitiative.

But there's another problem.

Sandra Cam, one of the senatorial candidates Duterte is supporting, allegedly claims Alan Peter Cayetano and his staff prevented her from speaking at the proclamation rally last Tuesday (February 9) in Tondo.

Related: Duterte-Cayetano campaign starts in Tondo

Cam added that she wouldn't support Cayetano's bid.

But the vice presidential candidate said the night was neither his or the senatorial candidates' — it was Duterte's.

Hindi ito laglagan. Binanggit sila and everything,” he said. “Let’s sacrifice ng konti."

[Translation: No one is left behind. They were acknowledged. Let's sacrifice a little.]

CNN Philippines correspondent Ina Andolong contributed to this report.