UNA resumes campaign in Metro Manila

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PLAZA INDEPENDENCIA Former President Joseph Estrada, Vice President Jejomar Binay and Senate President Juan Ponce Enrile proclaim senatorial candidates of the United Nationalist Alliance (UNA) in Plaza Independencia in Cebu City. The UNA senatorial candidates are (from left) Migz Zubiri, Mitos Magsaysay, Ernesto Maceda, Gringo Honasan, Dick Gordon, JV Ejercito, Jackie Enrile, Tingting Cojuangco and Nancy Binay. TONEE DESPOJO/CEBU DAILY NEWS

MANILA, Philippines–United Nationalist Alliance (UNA) senatorial candidates resumed their campaign in Metro Manila with a motorcade in Pasay City Thursday.

UNA senatorial candidate Grgeorio “Gringo” Honasan led the coalition’s motorcade along Pasay City at around 8:30 a.m., going to Taft Avenue.

Aside from Honasan, among other UNA candidates present were Jack Enrile, Nancy Binay, and Richard “Dick” Gordon.

They were giving away t-shirts, calendars and ballers with their names printed to residents waiting on the side of the street.

Because of this, the flow of traffic along the southbound lane was slightly affected.

The coalition’s sortie in Pasay City will end with a rally around 10 a.m.

In the afternoon, the coalition will head to the first district of Quezon City around 2 p.m. where it will stop for a rally before continuing its motorcade at 5 p.m.

UNA’s sortie in Quezon City will be the party’s third visit while it was its first in Pasay City.

On Tuesday, UNA courted votes in the fourth district of Quezon.

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