Vice Pres. Leni Robredo Visits Bacolod, Negros Occidental
LENI ROBREDO – The Vice President and presidential aspirant is overwhelmed by the support shown by the people in Bacolod City and Negros Occidental.
The visit of Vice Pres. Leni Robredo in Negros Occidental came in time with the celebration of the Negros Day which is celebrated every 5th of November. She was with Senator Kiko Pangilinan during her visit and a warm welcome delighted both of them.
Many supporters of Robredo and Pangilinan joined a stationary caravan that stretched from the airport in Silay City to the border of Bacolod City. They were wearing pink t-shirts which is the official color of the vice president’s candidacy for president in 2022.
There were also groups that performed amid the stationary caravan. Some furparents also brought their furbabies with them as they welcomed the Vice President and the Senator.
Recently, on social media, Vice Pres. Leni Robredo posted some photos taken during her visit in Bacolod City and in Negros Occidental. The Vice President is overwhelmed by the support shown by the Negrenses and she described the moment as “fiest-like”.
Furthermore, Robredo stated that there was just happiness and good vibes as Negrenses have different ways of showing their support. Some brought with them tarpaulins and other props and the supporters were wearing pink t-shirts. Citing her visit to Bicol, Tarlac, and Negros Occidental, she tagged the experiences as “the most fun journey of all elections” that she has been through. Here’s her Facebook post:
During her visit in Negros, Vice Pres. Robredo met with Governor Eugenio “Bong” Lacson and signed a Memorandum-of-Agreement (MOA) as the Office of the Vice President (OVP) donated P500,000.00 to the regional hospital amid the health crisis now.
Vice Pres. Robredo is running as an independent candidate for president in the Election 2022. She is the presidential nominee of the opposition coalition 1SAMBAYAN. She tapped vice presidential candidate and Sen. Kiko Pangilinan who is running under the Liberal Party.
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