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    VP Leni says hope for brighter future drives her presidential campaign “Ang tatanglaw sa buong bayan, ilaw ng tahanan”

    VP Leni says hope for brighter future drives her presidential campaign “Ang tatanglaw sa buong bayan, ilaw ng tahanan”

    Vice President Leni Robredo said the strength of her presidential campaign is derived from the hard work of her supporters united in fighting for their future, and that it is the light of a home – “ilaw ng tahanan” and a reference to mothers – who would lead the people to this bright future.

    “Ang tunay na lakas hindi nanggagaling sa pera o makinarya kung ‘di sa pagkakaisa ng taumbayan,” Robredo, the only female presidential candidate, said in her closing remarks in the second installment of the Pilipinas Debates 2022: The Turning Point.

    “Nasaksihan ko ito sa mga kababayan natin na araw-araw nagbabanat ng buto para makamtan ang mga pangarap na pinagtrabahuhan nila,” she said. “Nasasaksihan ko ‘to bawat sakuna na nagbabayanihan para sumaklolo sa ating kapwa.”

    Robredo said the strength of the cause comes from those who still attend rallies after being forbidden, those who spend their own funds for campaign materials, those who go from house to house, convincing others to join them.

    Most of all, she said the campaign’s strength comes from hope for a brighter tomorrow.

    “Ang dahilan ng lahat ng ito ay pag-asa. Pag-asa ‘yung tumutulak sa atin na mangarap, na sa dulo ng kadiliman ay may kaliwanagan,” she said.

    “Pag-asa ang nagtutulak sa atin para makita natin na ngayon lumiliwanag na, ngayon liliwanag pa, at ngayong darating na halalan, ang tatanglaw sa buong bayan, ilaw ng tahanan.”

    The presidential debates were held on April 3 at the Sofitel Philippine Plaza. [End]

    Posted in Press Releases on Apr 04, 2022