- A video of Aika and Tricia Robredo, standing up to give their seats to two elderly ladies has gone viral
- The video showed the Robredo sisters standing up, with Doc Tricia gesturing to the two ladies to seat on the vacated seats
- They then went to the back of the room and opted to stand
- Both Aika and Tricia earned praises from netizens for the kindness and humility that they have shown
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Aika and Tricia Robredo showed how humble and kind they are after they were caught on cam, giving their seats to two elderly ladies.
The daughters of the Vice President had no qualms standing up, and then quietly proceeded to the back of the classroom.
They did not have any chair so the two remained standing. Both Aika and Tricia earned praises for their kindness, with many saying that the girls of VP Leni are very inspiring.
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VP Leni Robredo has already cast her vote at the Carangcang Elementary School.
She showed her forefinger, now marked with the indelible ink.
The lone female presidential candidate lined up with the people and did not exercise any privilege nor attempted to get ahead of the line.
After waiting along with the rest of the voters, the vice president has finally cast her vote.
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 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 as the second biggest in number.