Desperate efforts at repairing a rotten image


The dilawans will stop at nothing in their desperate efforts to repair the image of Leni Robredo and bring her back to the arena of contenders for the 2022 Presidential elections. During the last few days, Robredo received at her official residence the Ambassadors of several nations for their official courtesy call. Unable to find anything to varnish the image of Robredo, her spinsters tried to use those courtesy calls as a PR ploy to show that the nations represented by the Ambassadors expressed support for her.

That’s plain B.S.

Ambassadors, in their role as diplomats, routinely pay their respects to high ranking officials of the country, starting with the President. That includes paying visits to Governors and City Mayors of key LGUs. It’s part of their job to demonstrate their individual nations’ desire to build strong relationships with the Philippines. Why do I know this? Well, I was Provincial Administrator of Iloilo for nine years (2001-2010). And in that period, I met countless Ambassadors who paid courtesy calls on our Governor, the late Niel Tupas, Sr. They also called on City Mayor Jerry Treñas.

It’s no big deal, actually. It’s routine.

But for the dilawans, this is an opportunity to deceive the public once more. Unfortunately, that effort quickly fizzled out as soon as this fact about courtesy calls came out.

Try harder, dilawans.

About Manuel "Boy" Mejorada
Manuel "Boy" Mejorada is a journalist and social media activist. A former Iloilo provincial administrator, he is now waging a crusade against corruption and narco-politics.

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