Heeding the call to do more for the presidential bid of Vice President Leni Robredo, celebrity supporters, led by actresses Angel Locsin and Marjorie Barretto, conducted house-to-house campaigns on Saturday (April 2) in various areas of the country.
Fresh from her Marawi City visit, Locsin spearheaded the house-to-house campaign in Cagayan de Oro City and Misamis Oriental where she urged fellow supporters to speak to 10 people a day and encourage them to vote for Robredo in the May elections.
Barretto, for her part, joined Aika Robredo, daughter of the Vice President, as they visited several barangays in Quezon City.
The veteran actress actually started her house-to-house campaign the other day as she visited some areas in Pasig City, where she convinced voters that Robredo is the most qualified to lead the country.
“This was the reason why I decided to do house-to-house yesterday with other volunteers because we want to convince more of our fellow Filipinos that VP Leni is the most qualified to lead our country,” Barretto said on Instagram.
The “PieDu” love team of actor Edu Manzano and actress Cherry Pie Picache went around a public market in Quezon City and talked to vendors who support other candidates about Robredo and her plans for the country.
They also met some supporters of other candidates but they provided them with pamphlets and reading materials containing Robredo’s track record and accomplishments.
Actress/singer Agot Isidro also joined the house-to-house campaign in Tagbilaran, Bohol and visited a public market together with Robredo’s campaign manager, former Senator Bam Aquino.
Veteran actress Pinky Amador and Robredo’s sister-in-law, Dr. Robredo-Bundoc, discussed the Vice President’s “Oplan Angat Agad” platform to residents as they went around Dumaguete City.
The Vice President’s Oplan Angat Agad” platform is focused on employment, health and education.
Robredo aims to assure that at least one family member is receiving a monthly salary while those who lost their job will get a three-month financial assistance while looking for employment.
Robredo also commits to provide each and every family with free doctor and to make health care affordable for all Filipinos and seeks to provide quality education to students that would help them secure their dream jobs in the future.