OFWs from Canada airs complaint on the negative effects of Robredo's 'fake news' presented to UN
According to the Facebook post of DILG Assistant Secretary Epimaco Densing III, an OFW from Montreal Canada called him and shared the bad experienced she went through with her Canadian friends and employer after the controversial video of Vice President Leni Robredo to the (UN) United Nations.
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The OFW defended the bad image of the Philippines that was created by Robredo.
Densing said that the OFW would like to execute an affidavit, together with other Filipinos in Canada "that they've been negatively affected by the 'fake news' of VP Leni."
Read the full post of DILG Asec Densing:
"Just minutes ago, an OFW (naglakas loob lang tumawag :) ) from Montral, Canada (FB friend) called me up and we spoke for close to 20 minutes. She shared her bad experiences recently with her Canadian friends and employer after the video of VP Robredo. She's been defending our country from the bad image VP Leni created when she maligned out bad image before the UN Conference in Austira. This OFW feels very sad, angry and tired of explaining left and right of the true improved peace and order situation in our country. She was clode to crying. I, to was in the verge of crying. She is volunteering to execute an affidavit, together with other Filipinos in Canada, that they've been negatively affected by the "fake news" of VP Leni. VP Leni and the Liberal Party members have lost their conscience. Palibhasa mayayaman kayo!! Mag-sorry kayo sa 10 milyong OFW na pinahirapan ninyo dahil sa paninira nyo sa bansang Pilipinas! This is already beyond Pres. Duterte!!
OFWs from Canada airs complaint on the negative effects of Robredo's 'fake news' presented to UN Reviewed by Newsinfo Learn on March 29, 2017 Rating: