- VP Leni Robredo, in a social media post, once again expressed her gratitude to the people of places she visited this past week
- She said that for her, it didn’t matter that the days seemed long as they were showered with warmth and love by their supporters and volunteers
- The Vice President also said that their experiences in the places they visited made the campaign more exciting
- VP Leni then reposted some of the photos of the places she visited
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VP Leni Robredo, through a post in her Instagram account, once again expressed her gratitude to the people of the places she visited the past week.
The Vice President said that for her, it dind’t matter that the days appeared long as supporters and volunteers were there to welcome them and shower the entire team with love.
“Mahaba man ang mga araw, punong-puno ng excitement at pagmamahal ng supporters at volunteers,” the caption on the post read.
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In her post, VP Leni was shown sorting her clothes and preparing them for laundry.
“Laban all week, laba on Sundays. What a week it has been for VP #lenirobredo and the team!” the caption further read.
VP Leni hinted that because of their experience the past week, their motivation to win has become stronger.
“Mas lalong nakakagana na ipanalo ang laban na ‘to!” says the caption on the post.
The post also showed different photos taken in different places.
“Maraming salamat, Surigao del Norte, Surigao del Sur, Agusan del Norte, Agusan del Sur, Romblon, Negros Occidental, Cagayan at Isabela! (Swipe left for a recap),” the caption on the post said.
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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