Vice President Jejomar Binay addresses the crowd during the 36th National Conference of Employers at Marriott hotel in Pasay City on Friday. Binay told the business community his family only has five bank accounts, denying the Anti Money Laundering Council report that he owns about 242 bank accounts. (MNS Photo)

Vice President Jejomar Binay addresses the crowd during the 36th National Conference of Employers at Marriott hotel in Pasay City on Friday. Binay told the business community his family only has five bank accounts, denying the Anti Money Laundering Council report that he owns about 242 bank accounts. (MNS Photo)

MANILA (Mabuhay) – Amid the corruption allegations against him, Vice President Jejomar Binay is still keen on seeking the highest elective post come 2016.

“Yung ikinakalat nila na yung panlalait sa akin, kung anu-anong kasinungalingan ang itinatapon sa amin, hindi ito magiging dahilan para ako ay umatras,” Binay told reporters after his speech at the National Conference of Employers Friday.

Tuloy po ang laban, inumpisahan niya, tatapusin ko,” he added.

Senator Antonio Trillanes IV earlier said he believes that Binay would surely back out from the presidential race because of the various accusations he is now facing.(MNS)