Jolo Revilla looks back on shooting incident that almost killed him 3 years ago

Jolo Revilla looks back on shooting incident that almost killed him 3 years ago

- Jolo Revilla opened up about how his shooting incident three years ago changed his life

- He said that he now appreciates life better

- The Cavite Vice Governor also professed his stronger faith in God as a result of the incident

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Cavite Vice Governor Jolo Revilla took to social media on February 28 to recall the shooting accident three years ago that almost took his life.

KAMI learned from his post that the incident allowed him to appreciate his life more.

“Exactly 3 years ago today was a turning point in my life. God gave me a second chance to live.

“God made me realize how important life is. God showed me who loved me.

“Today, I am stronger than ever and my faith in Him overflowed.

“I realized, with God, nothing is impossible,” the actor-politician wrote.

Here are some reactions from netizens:

“God has a purpose for you @jolo_revilla and many believe in you”

“That’s right, Jose Lorenzo! Never doubted you.”

“You have a kind heart VG. A lot of people need you.”

According to PEP.ph, Jolo was rushed to the hospital in 2015 after sustaining a gunshot wound to his chest.

Although an initial report said that he attempted to take his own life, an official statement from his family said that it was just an accident while he was cleaning his gun.

He was released from the hospital after eight days.

KAMI believes that it is never too late to turn your life around for the better!

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Source: Kami.com.ph

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