Vice President Leni Robredo denied the claims on social media that her office’s teleconsultation service is supposedly “gathering information” from voters.

The public official on Tuesday addressed Facebook and Twitter posts alleging that her office’s Bayanihan E-Konsulta service was being a tool for the upcoming national elections in May.

A Facebook user called her office’s alleged move “desperate” while another Twitter user claimed that the service was gathering precinct numbers.

“Fake news at the height of the worst surge is unforgivable,” Robredo said in response to their posts.

“We do not ask for precinct numbers. Anyone can try our Bayanihan e-Konsulta page. We cater to everyone. Walang pinipili. Hindi pa eleksiyon, ginagawa na namin ito,” the presidential aspirant said on Facebook.

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