Bus company defended Robredo over the viral 'Waiting for a bus photo' issue

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Bus company, Isarog Lines defended Vice President Leni Robredo over her viral photo waiting for bus going to Bicol during the election last May 2016.

The issue started when Atty. Bruce Rivera posted on his Facebook account and questioned the authenticity of the said photo.

With the help of his friend who re-enacted the famous photo, they proved that no bus would stop in the place where Robredo was waiting.

However, Isarog Lines issued a statement on Facebook confirming the authenticity of Robredo's photo.

"VICE PRESIDENT LENI ROBREDO IS ONE OF OUR MOST LOYAL CUSTOMERS. LIKE MANY OF OUT PATRONS, DURING THAT TIME, SHE CALLED US IF WE CAN PICK HER UP AT SHELL MAGALLANES STATION, WHICH WE FAVORABLY RESPOND TO. CONVENIENCE OF OUR PASSENGERS IS OUR PRIORITY. BICOL ISAROG IS DEDICATED TO PROVIDE HASSLE-FREE SERVICE TO OUR CUSTOMERS. THANK YOU."

Meanwhile, netizen Allan Peter M. Sinco expressed his dissapointment to Isarog Lines bus company calling it a 'damage control' made by Office of the Vice President (OVP).

"Now this is what I call DAMAGE CONTROL!!!

"This is probably made possible through the best effort of OVP SOCMED. The authorized Spin Doctors of Ms. Leni Robredo (note that I did not affix the VP title because even if she supposedly won the race, she still doesn't deserve the respect).


"By the way, picking up/loading or unloading of passengers anywhere in SLEX is I believe not allowed. So what are you trying to imply here? That a law maker is by all means a law breaker?


"What a pity Isarog Bus Co.! Your bus line is a new addition to the stupidity circle of the Jaundice Society."





Source: Facebook

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