Sen. Kiko Pangilinan shares snapshots of the 36K-strong crowd at the Camanava rally

Sen. Kiko Pangilinan shares snapshots of the 36K-strong crowd at the Camanava rally

- Sen. Kiko Pangilinan took to Instagram and shared photos of the recently concluded Camanava rally

- The senator showed some snapshots taken on the stage with VP Leni Robredo

- He also thanked Camanava for the immense support that they have received

- The rally was named as Rock N' Rosas, as there were a lot of bands who joined the rally freely

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Sen. Kiko Pangilinan shared some photos taken during the Camanava rally. He took to IG and showed some of the snaps taken on stage, with VP Leni and with the crowd right behind them.

Sen. Kiko Pangilinan shares snapshots of the 36K-strong crowd at the Camanava rally
Photo: Sen. Kiko Pangilinan (@kiko.paniglinan)
Source: Instagram

He also thanked Camanava for the support that they have received.

The rally was attended by an estimated 36,000 people. Different bands played during the rally.

Chicosci, a famous rock-band of the 90's, gave a strong message which quickly became viral.

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VP Leni Robredo cut her speech short during the Camanava rally in order to celebrate Earth Hour.

She was mindful of the time and said that there was just five minutes left before the observance of the said hour.

It was already past 8 p.m. when VP Leni was welcomed onstage and the Earth Hour was slated at 8:30 to 9:30 p.m.

Sen. Kiko Pangilinan alsi took to Twitter and shared a witty placard made by one netizen

The placard has a message, "Kiko is my VP, Donny is my BB."

VP Leni Robredo is the incumbent vice president of the Philippines. She is a human rights lawyer. Her husband was the late DILG Secretary Jesse Robredo. They have three daughters, namely, Aika, Patricia, and Jillian.

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