Trudeau visits Jollibee in Manila

By , on November 13, 2017


Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau found free time out of his schedule for the Association of Southeast Asian Nations Summit here in the Philippines to drop by and eat at Jollibee, a leading local fastfood chain in the country.

Trudeau visited Jollibee’s branch in North Harbour, Manila after his arrival at the Clark International Airport on Sunday afternoon.

On their Facebook page, Jollibee said Trudeau elated its customers and store personnel during his visit.

The Jollibee post has drawn over 60,000 shares as of Monday.

Trudeau and Mexico’s President Enrique Peña Nieto were tagged as #APEChottie during the APEC summit in the Philippines in 2015.

The prime minister is visiting the country for the second time after he first visited the country in November 2015 when he attended the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation Summit.

Trudeau is in Manila with other world leaders from November 12 to 15 for the ASEAN Summit and related meetings with non-member states such as Canada, China, Russia, and the United States

(All photos courtesy of Jollibee)