Former Palace official Mocha Uson is setting the record straight.

Mocha Uson denies pregnancy rumors: ‘Nakakahiya naman kay idol Robin at Mariel’

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Former Palace official Mocha Uson is setting the record straight.

In an Instagram post, Uson shut down rumors that she and actor Robin Padilla are supposedly expecting a child. Uson also posted a short video clip flexing muscles at the gym to dispute the
pregnancy rumors.

“BUNTIS DAW AKO KAY ROBIN? Wala pong katotohanan yang tsismis na yan,” she said.

Uson, now deputy administrator of the Overseas Workers Welfare Administration, is embarrassed that Robin and his wife Mariel have been dragged into the controversy.

“Napakabait po nung tao. Nakakahiya naman kay idol Robin at Mariel,” she said.

Uson suspected that the pregnancy rumors were probably circulated by “bitter” critics.

“Sigurado ako ang nagpapakalat niyan ay yung mga bitter sa ating gobyerno. Alam ng lahat na ako at si sir Robin ay masugid na suporter ni Pangulong Duterte kaya nalang sinisiraan kami,” she said.

Uson said opposition forces were inventing rumors since their supposed candidate Vice President Leni Robredo was not faring well in surveys.

“Kulelat kasi sa survey ang pambato nilang si Robredo kaya kung ano ano paninira ang iniimbento nila,” she said.

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Duterte says gov’t going ‘full-throttle’ on vaccine drive to ensure student safety

By Prince Golez

President Rodrigo Duterte on Thursday vowed that the government will go “full- throttle” in its mass coronavirus (Covid-19) vaccination program to ensure safe return to schools.

Duterte made the statement during the simultaneous inauguration of school buildings at the Gen. Gregorio H. Del Pilar Integrated School and Virginia Ramirez-Cruz High School in Bulakan, Bulacan.

“I assure you that the government is exerting all efforts to go full-throttle in this Covid-19 vaccination program to ensure the safety of students before the resumption of the face-to face-learning,” the Chief Executive said.

In his speech, Duterte also underscored the need for timely completion of government structures and projects and directed all concerned agencies to ensure the least inconvenience to the public during construction and maintain the highest ethical standards.

“Our investment in education infrastructure affirms our continuing commitment to promote the right of the people to quality and accessible education at all levels,” according to him.

“A good education is a valuable gift we can proudly pass on to succeeding generations of Filipinos. Let us join hands in developing the full potential of your youth as bearers of our nation’s sustainable future,” he concluded.



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