Vice President Leni Robredo is thinking of the possibility of opening a ‘Pink Museum’ to showcase artistic portraits and other items when received during the 7-month campaign for the 2022 National and Local Elections.
In a live video on her social media, Robredo showed different items accummulated from her rallies or was given personally from bags, clothes, paintings, devotional statues, and more to show support on her run for the highest position in the country.
The vice president hopes to showcase the talent of the Filipinos by opening a museum in her hometown in Naga or in Manila.
“…Maramin kasi ditong ayaw namin bitawan dahil sobrang historic saka sobrang meaningful nung nangyari nung seven months. So, ngayon nagde-decide kami kung papaano gagawin. Nung galing kao sa Naga, yung grupo ng volunteers doon, nagpaplano silang gumawa ng pink museum. Siguro sa Manila puwede din tayong gumawa kasi sobrang dami talagang dapat naka tago siya for posterity,” says VP Leni.
Parang itong campaign na ito, napukawan niya yung creativity ng sobrang daming mga kababayan natin.
Gusto kasi namin may lugar siyang madi-display… depende kung makahanap tayo ng lugar to display ng everything pero ayoko kasi siyang sarilihin kasi ang feeling ko hindi ko naman ito siya personal…parang expression talaga siya ng pakiramdam na sobrang daming tao na sumama sa atin sa laban na ‘to,”
Robredo also shared some of the pieces on video. She even proceeded to compliment the items and say “pang museum siya…so, dapat makahanap talaga tayo ng lugar.”
Vice President Leni Robredo is losing to her opponent former senator and the late dictator’s son Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos in the presidential contest.
She only received 14,822,041 votes so far while her opponent had accummulated 31,104,084 votes.