Rodrigo Duterte Net Worth

Rodrigo Duterte was born on March 28, 1945 in Maasin, Philippines and became the 16th President of the Philippines in 2017. He is known for his tough stance on crime, earning him the nickname "The Punisher" for his zero-tolerance law and order policy. Prior to his election, Duterte served as mayor of Davao City for over two decades and seven terms.
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Birth Day March 28, 1945
Birth Place Maasin, Philippines
Birth Sign Aries

💰 Net worth: $23 million

Rodrigo Duterte, a prominent politician in the Philippines, is believed to have a net worth of approximately $23 million by the year 2024. Born on March 28, 1945, Duterte gained popularity as the 16th President of the Philippines from 2016 to 2022. Throughout his political career, Duterte has held various positions such as mayor, vice mayor, and congressman before assuming the presidency. Despite controversial decisions and polarizing remarks, Duterte's net worth has continued to grow over the years, making him one of the wealthiest politicians in the country.

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Became the 16th President of the Philippines in 2017. He has earned the nickname "The Punisher" for his controversial zero-tolerance law and order policy against Criminals. Before being elected President, he served as mayor of Davao City for more than 20 years and 7 terms.

Before Fame

He graduated from Lyceum of the Philippines University in 1968 with his bachelor's degree. Subsequently, in 1972, he obtained his law degree from San Beda College of Law.


He declined the nominated for the World Mayor Prize in April 2014. In June 2015, due to his law & order policies against Criminals, his jurisdiction of Davao City was ranked as the 4th safest city in the world.

Family Life

His father, Vicente, was a Lawyer, and his mother, Soledad, was a civic leader. He had three children with his former wife Elizabeth Zimmerman. He then had a daughter with his girlfriend Cielito Avanceña.

Associated With

He was offered the position of Interior Secretary by President Benigno Aquino III, but ultimately turned it down.