Returning from her holidays with her family from the US, Vice President Leni Robredo visited areas affected by Ttyphoon Nina and made a comment on the government's relief operations.
After observing that the electricity is not yet fully restored in all areas even after more than a week since the typhoon struck, Robredo denounced the "slow" government response.
The VP further emphasized a more vital and bigger problem, which is the restoration of the people's livelihood.
Robredo shared how badly she wanted to be here during the tragic incident amid her vacation in the US.
"Masama ang timing na iyon, masama din loob ko na nangyari na wala ako. Actually nasa bakasyon ako pero hindi rin ako makapag-concentrate. Iyong inaasikaso ko iyong relief operations dito."
"Napakahirap maghanap ng limang tickets dahil kasama ko ang tatlo kong anak at iyong aking nanay na 80 years old," she added, defending herself against criticisms for her recent absence.
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