Vice Pres. Leni Robredo Visits Iloilo City
LENI ROBREDO – The presidential aspirant and Vice President was serenaded by her supporters in Iloilo. Here is a video posted online.
As the Election 2022 draws near, several presidential aspirants have started to visit certain areas to meet their supporters. Caravans organized by the supporters welcomed some of them during their visit.
One of the presidential aspirants in the Election 2022 is Vice Pres. Leni Robredo who recently arrived in Iloilo City. She was with vice-presidential aspirant and Senator Kiko Pangilinan who is her running-mate in the upcoming poll. They were warmly welcomed by the Ilonggos who waited for them in the streets.
Iloilo Mayor Jerry Trenas and Ilonggo Senator Franklin Drilon were the ones who welcomed the Vice President and the Senator upon their arrival at the airport. The Iloilo Mayor who is vocal about his support to the Vice President handed her a bouquet of flowers.
Vice Pres. Robredo and Sen. Pangilinan opened the doors of the vehicles they were riding in as they passed by their supporters to personally thank them for the warm welcome. The streets were flooded with pink during their visit.
What the supporters of Vice Pres. Leni Robredo have prepared for her does not end in flooding the streets with pink upon her arrival. The “Pink Roses and KB of Iloilo City” also serenaded the presidential aspirant early today. They sang “Hawak Kamay”. Here is a video credited to “Meng Weng Bayona“:
The Vice President is running as an independent candidate. She tapped Sen. Pangilinan who is running under the Liberal Party as his running-mate. Previously, she admitted that she does not have the resources for the campaign but she’s very happy and grateful for the efforts and support shown to her by her supporters. Several groups organized activities like feeding programs and offered what they can as they campaign for the Vice President.
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