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    VP Leni: ‘Pangako namin, hindi namin kayo kakalimutan’

    VP Leni: ‘Pangako namin, hindi namin kayo kakalimutan’

    Presidential aspirant Vice President Leni Robredo on Thursday, March 31, toured Lanao del Norte carrying a message of peace and development for the province, which has been the site of violent conflict.

    Robredo began her tour in Tangcal, where she visited the Small Banisilon Farmers’ Association, who were assisted by the Office of the Vice President (OVP) in putting up a virgin coconut oil processing facility. In her dialogue with the farmers, Robredo emphasized the need for top officials to see things for themselves, as she discovered the facility suffers from periodic power interruptions.

    “Alam niyo naman 'yung style ko kasi magkakaibigan naman tayo, 'di ba? Ang dapat na ginagawa namin mas lagi kaming nakikiusap. Mas lagi kaming bumibisita. Kasi halimbawa, kung hindi ako ngayon bumisita, hindi ko naman alam na problema niyo pala kuryente 'di ba. Kasi kung naghihintay lang kami sa opisina namin ng mga report, na hindi naman namin kayo nakakausap, iba din 'yung pag intindi namin,” said Robredo.

    The Vice President pledged to assist the farmers in securing a solar generator for the facility and also inquired about the peace and order situation in the area, the education of their children and health facilities available in the area.

    “Marami pa tayo aasikasuhin, pero 'yung pangako namin, hindi namin kayo kakalimutan,” Robredo promised the farmers.

    Robredo also went to the Mindanao State University – Maigo School of Arts and Trades (MSU-MSAT), where she participated in the academic symposium entitled, “The Role of the Academe, Youth, Traditional Leaders in Nation Building,” where she stressed the role of education in creating opportunities for building better lives for all.

    The Vice President said that she will declare an educational crisis to address the multiple problems plaguing the educational system, such as the salary of teachers, the quality of education, and access to education.

    Robredo is set to visit the people’s rallies organized by her supporters in Maigo and Kauswagan on Thursday afternoon. [End]

    Posted in Press Releases on Mar 31, 2022