Robredo visits PMA, shares leadership insights
BAGUIO CITY — Vice President Leni Robredo shared leadership insights with the Corps of Cadets during a visit to the Philippine Military Academy on Tuesday morning (Dec. 7).
During lunch, she talked to the cadets behind closed doors, and details about their interaction have not been disclosed.
Fort Del Pilar remains in lockdown to protect its cadets from contracting the coronavirus.
The Vice President was briefed on the academy’s developments by its superintendent, Lt. Gen. Ferdinand Cartujano. The cadets also performed a silent drill for her.
Later in the day, Robredo was scheduled to attend the wedding of her close aide, lawyer Paolo Salvosa.
She has been in the summer capital since Monday (Dec. 6) and met with Mayor Benjamin Magalong and other city officials and Baguio Bishop Victor Bendico.
Robredo also spoke at the University of the Cordilleras, which was founded and is operated by Salvosa’s family, and attended a news conference organized by the University of Baguio.
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