- Former Vice President Jejomar "Jojo" Binay took to Facebook and posted a photo of himself jogging in the morning
- On April 11, Binay posted a photo and included a caption that says one must be able to exercise in the time of the pandemic
- He was wearing a jacket that bore the colors of the flag of the Philippines
- He also emphasized the need to wear a mask whenever one would be going out
Former Vice President Jojo Binay posted a photo of himself, doing a morning jog, after the photos of President Rodrigo Duterte doing his nighttime jog went viral.
The former VP, according to Rappler, was obviously taking a jab at the President.
His caption was:
"Sa pandemyang ito, importanteng alagaan natin ang ating mga sarili. Wag natin kalimutan kumain ng maayos, magpa-araw at mag-exercise, kahit walking walking lang."
"Wag din kakalimutan ang mask kung kayo ay lalabas. Mag-hugas palagi ng kamay. Happy weekend, mga kababayan!"
It can be recalled that the President's photos on Malacañang grounds doing his nighttime jog has gone viral. These were also accompanied by photos of the President playing golf as well as riding a motorcycle.
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