- Former Senator Heherson Alvarez died on April 20 because of the novel coronavirus disease
- His son, Hexilon Alvarez, revealed the last conversation that he had with his father
- He stated that the prominent politician was really worried about his wife
- Hexilon also mentioned that her father was feeling better but he still succumbed to the disease
The son of former Senator Heherson Alvarez shared to the public some details about the last conversation that he had with his father.
KAMI learned that the ex-lawmaker died on April 20 due to the novel coronavirus disease or COVID-19.
His son, Hexilon Alvarez, revealed that the 80-year-old Filipino politician was really worried about his wife even at the last moments of his life.
He also stated through an interview with dzMM that the former Senator was upset because he was already feeling better and the results were not released yet.
A few days had passed and Hexilon was informed that his parents were being intubated. He admitted to being unprepared for everything that was happening.
“’I’m worried about your mom. I can’t see her…’ Naaalala ko pa yung usapan namin. Medyo naiinis siya why does he have to [be there], what’s taking the result so long kasi he feels fine,” the younger Alvarez quipped, quoting some phrases from his dad.
“He sounded perfectly, fine and healthy, and then after a few days my sister got in touch with me tapos sabi they are being intubated. Para akong sinuntok sa tiyan bigla. Nawalan ako ng hangin. Hindi po kami prepared sa nangyari,” he added.
In a previous article by KAMI, the other details about the death of ex-Senator Alvarez were reported here.
Heherson Alvarez was a Filipino politician who founded the opposition group called “Ninoy Aquino Movement.” He authored the law that created the Department of Energy,
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