Vice President Leni Robredo visited the Enchanted Kingdom in Santa Rosa, Laguna this Sunday, December 11. But besides enjoying the rides with her children and family, she was also there for the unveiling of the “Mag-anak” Eagle Family sculpture. However, is it true that VP Robredo also talked to a mayor, and asked him to gather people for a rally?
“This is such a wonderful morning for me. After a gruelling week, I’ve had a very exciting week before today. I think it was godsent that the invitation was for today,” VP Robredo said on her keynote speech at Enchanted Kingdom, at the grand opening of the 4D theater. She also posted happy photos on Facebook while enjoying a ride with her family.
However, politician Greco Belgica revealed that VP Robredo talked to a mayor in Laguna at the same day. According to him, the vice president asked for help in gathering people to attend a huge rally. And although he did not post further details, it can be assumed that the alleged upcoming rally is against the hero’s burial of the late-president Ferdinand Marcos.
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“I received information from a very credible source. That VP Leni was in Laguna yesterday and met with a certain Mayor at a golf course to ask help to gather people – hakot – for a rally they will stage.” Greco Belgica wrote on his official Facebook early Monday. Back in 2013, he led a group that questioned the constitutionality of the pork barrel system.
“Our soul, country and the future of our children is worth more than money. And they are using the money they got from DAP to finance their activities.I hope their cases on DAP and their Pork barrel now start. Dahil ung mga kurap at drug lords ay nag sasama sama ngayon para guluhin ang ating bayan. Sana ang korte now begins to act.” He added.
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Meanwhile, VP Robredo talked to reporters that day, saying that Filipinos should unite despite all the problems in the country and differences in political beliefs. “We would want a quiet, peaceful, happy and auspicious Christmas for all Filipinos. Hopefully, in the coming days, we will see what is good in our country and not the disagreements,” She said.