Late Sen. Defensor-Santiago’s sister criticized the FB post of VP Leni regarding her honorary degree award

After Vice President Leni Robredo received her Doctor of Humanities Honoris Causa during the 70th  Commencement Exercises at the University of Saint Anthony at San Miguel, Iriga City, Camarines Sur, she has drawn the attention of people.



The sister of late Senator Miriam Defensor Santiago, Paula Defensor-Knack is one of the many people who reacted on the VP’s said award after it has been posted in the facebook page of Vice President.

“At the 70th  Commencement Exercises at the University of Saint Anthony in Iriga city, Vice President Leni Robredo is awarded the Doctor of Humanities, honoris causa. This is in recognition of her exemplary achievements as a leader, a champion of human rights, a public servant, and a Bicolana by blood and heart,” the OVP said in its caption of Leni’s photos during the said event on April 19.

In her Facebook status, Knack screen captured the post of OVP and criticized her honoris causa degree and pointed some rebuttal to what they pinpointed.

“Sus naman, eto sabi ng kanyang FB page sa honoris causa degree dahil sya ay isang: leader, champion of human rights, public servant, at bicolana by blood and heart,” Knack said.

With regards to the leader aspect, Knack said what leadership skills if she was removed from the cabinet for joining a rally calling for the ouster of her boss.

She also emphasized that Leni isn’t champion of human rights because she can’t even state well the figures of how many died because of war on drugs.

“Leader, what leadership skills? She was removed from her cabinet for joining a rally calling for the ouster of her boss. Champion of Human Rights? Di nya nga alam saan galling figures nya eh at kung sino sino ang nagbarilan dyan? Basta lahat ng patay binilang! Public servant? Servant of how, what, where? Bicolana by blood and heart? Waaa, absent noong bagyo,” Knack stressed.

As to this writing, her post has already generated 2,800 reactions and 533 shares from netizens.

Source: Paula Defensor Knack | Facebook