ILOILO CITY – First Lady Liza Araneta-Marcos has donated law books and other reading materials to West Visayas State University (WVSU) where she teaches law part-time.
DR. Joselito F. Villaruz, president of West Visayas State University (WVSU), browses law books donated by First Lady Liza Araneta-Marcos. (WVSU)
The official WVSU Facebook page posted photos of the boxes of books sent by the First Lady.
“Pictured, WVSU President Dr. Joselito F. Villaruz browses through books and related resources from donations for Law School (COL) students and faculty,” WVSU said in a statement. Facebook post.
It was not the first time that the First Lady gave material to her students.
Last month, she gave iPads and textbooks to her students when she came to Iloilo City a day before her birthday.
The First Lady’s teaching stint at WVSU-COL is controversial as it was protested by students and other areas of Iloilo.
This city and Iloilo are bailiwicks known to the opposition. Former Vice President Leni Robredo defeated President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. in the May 2022 election.
Villaruz defended the First Lady and stressed that she had the proper credentials.
The First Lady also wanted to teach law in Iloilo because of her strong roots. His father Manuel Araneta Jr. hails from Iloilo City while his mother Milagros Ledesma Cacho also has roots in Iloilo.
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