- Ogie Diaz took to Facebook and shared his thoughts amid the "partial unofficial" results of the elections
- The comedian used simple yet meaningful words to express his state of emotions
- "Sana mali kami, sana tama kayo" said Ogie
- He has been supporting VP Leni Robredo and has campaigned unceasingly for her together with Mama Loi
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Ogie Diaz took to Facebook and expressed his sentiments amid the partial and unofficial results that the Comelec has released.
While Ogie was trying to rationalize the results with, "Everything happens for a reason, pero..."
He added, "Sana mali kami, sana tama kayo."
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The comedian was so invested in the campaign that he would be at almost every rally of VP Leni.
He even took to his IG Stories and shared a statement from the late Sen. Miriam Defensor Santiago.
The statement that Ogie shared was enunciated by the lady senator during the 2016 Pilipinas Debates.
In Defensor-Santiago's closing statement, she said that the elections is not a personality contest and that people must choose one who has a clean record.
Some of the characteristics she mentioned were academic excellence, professional excellence and moral excellence.
VP Leni, having recognized his efforts, sent him a bouquet. The Vice President also gave him a personal note, thanking him for everything that he did for the campaign.
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.
In a previous report, VP Leni Robredo turned emotional when Vice Ganda sang "Rosas" on stage during the miting de avance in Makati. A zoomed-in video of VP Leni showed tears freely flowing down her cheeks. All the while, she was smiling and singing along. The miting de avance was the culmination of the 3-month campaign prior to the May 9 elections.
The crowd estimate at the miting de avance of VP Leni and Sen. Kiko in Naga as of 8:30 p.m. was at 306,000. This estimate was given by the Incident Management Team. Earlier, it was estimated to be at 210,000 at around 7:30 p.m., while before 6 p.m., it was estimated to be at 168,000. The Naga rally is considered the second biggest in number.