Vice Presidential daughter Aika Robredo led the campaign in Santiago City, Isabela.
Campaigning for her mother, presidential aspirant Leni Robredo, she talked with villagers as she pushed the “Oplan Angat Agad” during the mini political sortie on April 19, Tuesday.
Robredo said her mother would ensure that at least one family member receives a monthly salary and those who lost their jobs will get three-month financial assistance while looking for employment.
“In-person campaign is the most effective tool in talking personally with people,” she told the media. She visited markets and did a house-to-house campaign across Cauayan City.
She also pushed for free doctors for families and more affordable health care services for villagers.