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    Robredo backrides in a motorcycle to reach her Cavite grand rally

    MANILA, Philippines – Vice President Leni Robredo was spotted riding at the back of a motorcycle to attend her Cavite Grand Rally at the General Trias Sports Park in Cavite last Friday night, March 4.


    In an unprecedented move, the presidentiable decided to find her own way to arrive at the venue amid the heavy traffic. Videos of Robredo hitching a ride in a motorcycle went viral. Based on the videos, many didn't recognize her since she was wearing a helmet.



    According to Robredo's Facebook page, they had trouble arriving at the venue but it didn't stop her from meeting her supporters. They posted, "Nahirapan mang makapunta dahil sa tindi ng traffic, walang makakapigil sa ating makasama ang libo-libong Kabitenyo sa ginawang #KulayRosasAngCavite Grand People’s Rally kanina! Susuklian po namin ang pagmamahal ninyo ng tapat na paglilingkod at kinabukasang #AngatBuhayLahat. Tara, ipanalo na natin ito!"

    Nahirapan mang makapunta dahil sa tindi ng traffic, walang makakapigil sa ating makasama ang libo-libong Kabitenyo sa...

    Posted by VP Leni Robredo on Friday, March 4, 2022

    It was estimated that over 47,000 supporters attended Robredo's Grand Rally. The event was also start-studded as Rivermaya, Mayonnaise, TNT Mark Redondo, Kuh Ledesma, and other celebrities performed on stage to endorse Robredo.

    The organizers said it was even bigger than the earlier rally of Robredo in Iloilo, which had 40,000 supporters.

    Robredo- Pangilinan Cavite Grand Rally draw 47,000 supporters.
    Robredo- Pangilinan Cavite Grand Rally draw 47,000 supporters.

    Some also claimed they couldn't trend their hashtags and air the program live because of poor signal within the sports park.

    The pink supporters chanted “800k minus one" in response to Cavite governor Jonvic Remulla that Bongbong Marcos and Sara Duterte have a guaranteed vote of 800,000 from Cavite.

    Cavite is the second most vote-rich province with 2.15 million registered voters. In the 2016 election, Robredo lost to Marcos in Cavite in the vice-presidential race.

    "Marcos country talaga ito eh," Remulla earlier claimed.

    Robredo is unfazed by the governor's statement and trusts her supporters to help her in the upcoming elections.

    She said, "Ako, meron pa tayo ngayon mga 66 days to go from now. Ako, tingin ko, lalong nakakatulong yung mga challenge na ganyan kasi lalong nagpupursigi yung ating mga supporters na gumalaw."

    Robredo said she is confident that she will win Cavite this time around. She explained that her supporters are more hyped up now unlike during the last election.

    “Actually, second time namin itong bumalik, pero napansin ko parang mas fired up sila ngayon, and it is a good thing. Nakikita natin, grabe yung ginagawa ng mga volunteers dito. So wala ito noong 2016," Robredo said.

    — Sally, The Summit Express

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