A photo showing presidential aspirant Leni Robredo and her running mate Francis “Kiko” Pangilinan posing with their campaign sign inside a cemetery is edited.

A reverse image search shows that the original photo of Robredo and Pangilinan was taken during their campaign in Ormoc City on March 29 while the photo of the cemetery in the background was taken by photographer Lynzy Billing on March 23, 2018 and published in an article of The Guardian.

The cemetery was identified by Billing as the Navotas Cemetery.

The doctored photo has been circulating on Twitter, Facebook and the online meme community 9gag.com after Robredo called on her supporters to ramp up house-to-house campaigns in hopes of reaching out to more voters.

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