Alleged VP Robredo slammed for bringing cameramen instead of relief goods in visit to disaster area

Alleged VP Robredo slammed for bringing cameramen instead of relief goods in visit to disaster area

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Angry netizens once again took to social media to bash Leni Robredo, the alleged vice president of the Philippines, for prioritizing her own media coverage instead of the welfare of those who were affected by the deadly landslide in Itogon, Benguet.

According to the Facebook post of “Igorot Nakedheels Goldlines,” Robredo brought a bunch of cameramen, but neglected to bring any relief goods for the victims.

“Yong Vice President na bumisita sa Lugar namin dito sa itogon. Na nagdala ng maraming Cameraman. Wala man lng dalang relief goods.. Para sa mga evacuess (sic)”

Casualties from the Itogon landslide, which was triggered by rains from typhoon Ompong, has now reached 69 dead.

Comments on the post has been very critical of Robredo, with one netizen even suggesting that it would be better if she rolled on the side of the cliff so that people would at least get some comic relief.

“Dapat nag pagulong gulong ka nalang dyan sa bangin para nman maibsan ang lungkot nang nadarama sa mga namatayan dyan..dhil sa pinapatawa mo cla sa pamamagitan nang iyong pag gulong glong mo sa bangin….at least may pakinabang din ang mga camera man nyo….imbes na mga reliefgoods ang iyong dala…..syempre lalabas sa balita na fake v.p dumalaw sa area na kung saan na landslide ang baon ay ang magpatawa sa mga na ulila….,” says Jojo Berdos.

Dante Terre, another commenter, wrote “Hahaha hindi uubra style mo na ganyan sa norte fake vp.. ngisi mo palang alam na kung sinsero o hindi. Kapal muks.” A sentiment that was echoed by almost all of those who commented on the post.




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