Rep Bolet Banal Advised Not to Anymore Join VP Leni Robredo, LP Members in South Africa Visit?

Quezon City Rep. Jorge “Bolet” Banal is now very unlikely to join Vice President Leni Robredo and some Liberal Party (LP) members to visit South Africa. This is despite the fact that the Friedrich-Naumann Foundation (FNF) has already included his name in the list of Philippine delegation in its letter to the Philippine Embassy in South Africa.

According to a netizen who sent a message to us here at Taho News, VP Leni Robredo herself allegedly advised Rep. Bolet Banal to withdraw from the South Africa visit. The female netizen, who wished not be named for security purposes, said that she heard it from her condo companion, who is now working at the Office of the Vice President (OVP).

However, the netizen said her friend has no idea why VP Robredo has advised it to Rep. Banal. But from what she allegedlly heard, everything needed in the South Africa, including the plane tickets are now ready. Nevertheless, it appears that the named congressman is only one in the list that the vice president has told not to come.

Apparently, we cannot confirm the authenticity of the netizen’s message. Meanwhile, LP, the OVP, VP Robredo and Rep. Banal have not yet comment on this issue. As earlier reported, they will be joined by Senator Francis “Kiko” Pangilanan, Rep. Arlene “Kaka” Bag-ao, Rep. Jose Christopher ‘Kit’ Belmonte, two former cabinet members, among others.

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The said Philippine delegation to South Africa is set to board Qatar Airways flight QR163, and will stay in the country from March 31 to April 4, 2017. As posted in a statement at FNF’s official website, this study tour is hosted and sponsored by FNF, a German foundation created to promote human rights, democracy, rule of law, and free market.

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