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    VP Leni asks Aklanon supporters not just for their votes, but to help her fight disinformation

    VP Leni asks Aklanon supporters not just for their votes, but to help her fight disinformation

    Vice President Leni Robredo, as simple as she is, unceremoniously hopped on the back of a pick-up truck that served as her vehicle for her motorcade in her visit to Aklan on Tuesday, February 15, as she began her two-day campaign trip in Western Visayas.

    She was greeted by supporters who lined the streets, cheered, and waved their home-made campaign paraphernalia – a welcome that made her truly feel welcome in the province.

    Meeting with the Robredo People's Council Aklan, which drew an estimated 5,000 supporters, Robredo expressed her belief that people are hungry for change.

    “Bawat pagtitipon padami nang padami ang tao, lalong pataas nang pataas ‘yung energy ng tao. Gusto kong sabihin, ramdam na, ramdam na ‘yung pagnanais na ang pagbabago nasa kamay na talaga ninyo.” Robredo said.

    The presidential candidate said that many candidates will make promises to voters during the election campaign to get their votes. But Robredo reminded her supporters that to achieve the change that they want, simply voting for someone is not enough: voters must look for proof that the candidate has indeed worked for the people’s good.

    “Na 'yung ating pagboto, huwag tayong magpapadala sa nababasa lang natin o sa naririnig natin. Huwag po tayong papadala sa pagandahan ng pagkalalaki o pagkababae, o pahusayan ng pagsalita. Pero pag nangako ang isang kandidato, parati natin itanong: “Nasaan ang resibo?” she said.

    Robredo also asked her supporters to assist her in combating the widespread disinformation and help her in spreading the truth by speaking with those who are misinformed.

    “Grabe po 'yung disinformation ngayon. Kailangan lumabas tayo sa mga dati nating kausap. Ang tanging puwede nating ilaban sa kasinungalingan, katotohanan,” Robredo said.

    For Robredo, her track record as a public servant exemplifies clean and honest leadership. She is proud of herself for going above and beyond in her duties and responsibilities as the Vice President.

    “Sa pinakahuli-hulihan na araw ko bilang Pangalawang Pangulo, taas-noo akong puwedeng humarap sa iyo at sasabihin ko: “ Ginawa ko ang trabaho ko.” Robredo said. [End]


    Posted in Press Releases on Feb 16, 2022