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Jolina Magdangal becomes emotional after watching former VP Leni Robredo say goodbye to daughters once more

Magdangal, who is able to relate to Robredo, said she could feel the emotions just by watching the video

TV host Jolina Magdangal couldn’t help but feel emotional after watching former a video of vice president Leni Robredo saying goodbye once more to her daughters Jillian and Tricia.

In the video, Robredo and Aika first drove a teary-eyed Jillian to the airport. Jillian recently came home after spending five years studying abroad. The “favorite” daughter graduated with a double major in mathematics and economics.


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Later that evening, the former vice president said goodbye to Tricia, who also couldn’t hold back her tears. She finished a Dual Degree in Doctor of Medicine (MD) and Master of Business Administration (MBA) in 2020 before volunteering at her mom’s Bayanihan E-Konsulta, the free telemedicine consultation provided by the Office of the Vice President (OVP) during the pandemic.

She has been accepted to Harvard University’s Master of Medical Sciences in Global Health Delivery program.


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Magdangal, who can relate to Robredo, said she could feel the emotions just by watching the video.

Parang ako po Maam di ko po ata kakayanin yan pag si Pele at Vika. Juskopo! Naiisip ko palang po ngayon, naninikip na dibdib at lalamunan ko.”

Jillian also said that she cried after watching herself cry.

“I am crying as I watch myself cry lol.” 
Despite being no longer in office, Robredo has remained productive in helping the needy.
On August 14, she led the turnover of housing units at Angat Buhay Village in Guinobatan town in Albay province. 100 beneficiaries were blessed with Angat Buhay houses in Barangay Mauraro. The recipients suffered tremendous losses when Typhoon Rolly visited Albay in 2020.

Written by paulie walnuts

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