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Robredo in Baguio: Trust is not entitlement, we have to earn it

/ 10:21 AM December 06, 2021
Mayor Benjamin Magalong ushers in Presidential aspirant Vice President Leni Robredo for a short talk before joining the flag ceremony Monday at the City Hall.

Mayor Benjamin Magalong ushers in Presidential aspirant Vice President Leni Robredo for a short talk before joining the flag ceremony Monday at the City Hall. (Photo by Kimberlie Quitasol)

BAGUIO CITY––Presidential aspirant Vice President Leni Robredo visited this city and graced the flag-raising ceremony Monday, Dec. 6, at the city hall as supporters prepared to meet her for a series of activities.

“Tiwala (trust) is not something we are entitled to, it’s something we should earn,” Robredo said during the occasion, referring to what she set out to achieve during her term in office if elected to the highest post.

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The vice president said she was in this city to attend the wedding on Tuesday of lawyer Paolo Salvosa, a member of the clan that founded the University of the Cordillera.

She said she was reluctant to join the morning event “because I am running for President, and I did not want to be intrusive.”

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Robredo will visit the Good Shepherd Convent and lead the blessing of the “Leni-Kiko Headquarters” in the city on the same day.

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