- Aika Robredo took to Twitter and retweeted the post of Jake Ejercito
- She encouraged everyone to just keep on moving and to stay focused
- Jake posted photos of his own house-to-house campaign where he captioned it with his expression of support for Aika
- "Stand with Aika. Do it like Aika," said Jake
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Aika Robredo is reminding everyone to keep on moving and just to stay focused amid all the misogynistic attacks that are being thrown her way.
She wrote this in the caption of her retweet of Jake Ejercito's post where the latter was expressing support for the daughter of VP Leni Robredo.
"Tara na! Focus tayo [strong arm and pink flower emojis]" wrote Aika.
Jake, on the other hand stated, ""Stand with Aika. Do it like Aika. Tao sa tao, ngiti sa ngiti ✊ #TaoSaTaoParaKayRobredo #TaoSaTaoParaKayLeniKiko."
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In the last week of March, Aika and Patricia Robredo took to their respective Facebook accounts and appealed to do house-to-house campaigns in areas that are not reached by grand rallies.
Thereafter, house-to-house campaigns all over the country were done, with some celebs even doing their own H2H voluntarily.
Here is the original post of Aika when she narrated what was happening at the grassroots level, which propelled many volunteers to do personal H2H campaigns.
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. VP Leni is currently running for the highest office of the land in the May 2022 national elections.
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