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    VP Leni barnstorms across Samar and Leyte for second day of Eastern Visayas visit

    VP Leni barnstorms across Samar and Leyte for second day of Eastern Visayas visit

    Vice President Leni Robredo continues her three-day visit to Samar and Leyte, meeting key leaders, holding dialogues with sectoral groups, and speaking at rallies on Tuesday, March 29.

    It’s been raining off and on in the area, but tens of thousands of supporters are ready, rain or shine. On her schedule are visits to Maslog, Eastern Samar; Palo, Leyte; Naval, Biliran; Ormoc City; and Borongan, Easter Samar.

    Jun Ocampo, head of the Robredo People’s Council (RPC) in Ormoc, spent most of the day before putting the final touches on a makeshift stage and topping off a muddy abandoned sugarcane field with gravel. He said they had to scramble for a venue after the date was first announced, since the Ormoc City Plaza they had originally planned to use suddenly became unavailable.

    “Our event is called Piñakalig-on ang Ormoc,” he said, a reference to the small Ormoc pineapples which Ormocanons declare are the sweetest in the country.

    “Lig-on means resilience, kasi lahat ng mga calamities nadaanan ng Ormoc. Typhoons, floods, flash floods, Yolanda, earthquake, even Odette. We always get back on track sa trabaho, sa negosyo. Kaya walang problema kahit maputik kasi sanay kami sa ganito,” Ocampo said.

    The pineapple is also the main feature of the stage décor.

    Benedict Tugonon, one of the rally organizers, says at least 20,000 people from Ormoc and two other districts will join the rally to listen to Robredo, her running mate Kiko Pangilinan, and members of her senatorial slate.

    Earlier in the day, Robredo will speak at a rally in Palo, Leyte.

    Eric Aseo, regional political officer of Robredo’s national campaign team, says 10,000 people are expected to attend, a significant number for the area since it is very near Tacloban, Leyte, the hometown of Former First Lady Imelda Marcos, mother of presidential aspirant Ferdinand Marcos, Jr. [End]

    Posted in Press Releases on Mar 29, 2022