Deniece Cornejo’s issue with Vhong Navarro, though happened 2 years ago, is still fresh to some of our Filipino netizens.
In an Instagram post by on Friday night (August 26), actress Nadia Montenegro questioned the criteria for choosing the Ambassador of Goodwill for the Youth.
In a lengthy post on Instagram, she said:
I don’t like being judged. I also don’t practice judging others but why I am upset with this? Something is not right here. Please explain to me as a Christian woman, a law abiding Filipino and as a mother with 8 children. How do I explain to my “youth?”
What were the criterias? Where was it based on?
When Deniece was in prison, I wanted to reach out and visit her. I wasn’t able to which now I regret ‘coz maybe her “Christian grandfather” made an influence on her that maybe has changed her for the better. But then again “Ambassador of Goodwill for the Youth?” Is she the only and best choice we have to represent our youth? Seriously?
I am not against her personally! In fact, I am sure with that horrible experience and with her Christian grandfather “she is definitely a changed person for the better.” And she like any child of God should be given unlimited chances to be a better person.
My question is not for DENIECE! My question is “IS IT FOR REAL THAT OUR COUNTRY AND GOVERNMENT HAS NO OTHER CHOICE TO REPRESENT THE YOUTH OF THIS PROMISING COUNTRY?” That’s really sad and infuriating!
Last week, news spread about Deniece Millinette Cornejo’s appointment as Ambassador of Goodwill for the Philippines for the youth by the top management of SPMUDA International Organization for Peace and Development, Trans-Mundi Pax Humanitas and The Chivalric Order of Royal Bai, Mindanao. She will serve for the group for three years starting this month.