VP Robredo’s visit in Zamboanga Peninsula: What to expect

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ZAMBOANGA SIBUGAY, Philippines

Vice President and presidential aspirant Leni Robredo will criss-cross Zamboanga Peninsula tomorrow, January 24 to personally turn over several projects.

Here are what to expect from Robredo’s visit:

Zamboanga del Norte. Robredo will turn over some 1,000 sets of antigen test kits to Governor Roberto Uy

The test kits could help boost the provincial government’s capability to prevent the spread of coronavirus disease. Zamboanga del Norte was placed under Alert Level 3 from January 16-31 by the national pandemic task force.

Robredo will also grace the ribbon cutting ceremony of Dipolog City Volunteer Center, which will serve as the headquarters of her campaign in the province.

Zamboanga Sibugay. The vice-president will go to Ipil, the capital of Zamboanga Sibugay, where she will proceed to a fisherfolk association in Kabasalan town.

Robredo will leadthe turn over of a grant amounting to P472, 700 to Kahugpungan sa Gagmayng Mangingisda sa Concepcion (KGMC), a fisherfolk organization led by Ramon Magsaysay laureate Roberto Ballon.

The money, according to a press statement, is part of Robredo’s “commitment to sustainable livelihood and continuing engagement with the community.”

From Kabasalan, the vice president will heed back to Ipil for a courtesy call to Governor Wilter Palma.

Before leaving Ipil, Robredo is expected to visit Bishop Julius Tonel of the Ipil Diocese.

Zamboanga City. Her day will be capped with a visit to Zamboanga City Volunteer Center for a ribbon cutting and blessing of the headquarter.

Robredo is expected to visit Bishop Moises Magpantay Cueva of the Zamboanga Diocese.

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