- Leni Robredo received praises online for lining up at a voting precinct without bodyguards
- Photos of Leni in line with ordinary citizens at Carangcang Elementary School in Camarines Sur have gone viral
- Netizens praised Leni for not demanding special treatment when voting
- They said that the presidential candidate showed humility and simplicity while voting
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Leni Robredo was praised by netizens for lining up at a voting precinct without bodyguards.
KAMI learned that photos of Leni in line with ordinary citizens at Carangcang Elementary School in Camarines Sur have gone viral.
The pictures were taken by Wena Cos of ABS-CBN News and were posted on the ANC Facebook page.
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In the comments section of the post, netizens praised Leni for not demanding special treatment when voting. They said that the presidential candidate showed humility and simplicity while voting.
Here are some of their comments:
“VP Leni is the epitome of a good Servant-Leader. With VP Leni’s character, ability and experience, we are definitely on the right path to change.”
“This is the kind of leadership we wanted. Leadership by example.”
“Salute you Ma'am Leni, you are so humble, simple and a really a GOOD SHE-PHERD. God bless you po.”
“An epitome of good and humble Leader!!! A good role model!”
“No special treatment, that's our madam leni”
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 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 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 as the second biggest in number.