- Aiko Melendez shared her heartwarming interaction with an old lady named Nanay Dolores
- She approached Nanay Dolores after her staff saw the old lady begging while sitting on the pavement
- Aiko, who is running for councilor in Quezon City's 5th district, was able to help the old lady by giving her free food packs
- The actress will also send to Nanay Dolores’ address a television set because she does not have one
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Aiko Melendez warmed hearts on social media with her recent social media post.
KAMI learned that the post shows Aiko’s interaction with an old lady named Nanay Dolores.
According to Aiko, she approached Nanay Dolores after her staff saw the old lady begging while sitting on the pavement.
Aside from speaking with Nanay Dolores, Aiko helped her by giving her food packs.
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She will also send to her address a television set because she does not have one. According to Aiko, Nanay Dolores goes to her neighbor’s house just to be able to watch television.
The actress is running for councilor in Quezon City's 5th district in the 2022 Election.
“Nakita ng staff ko kanina si nanay naka upo namamalimos. Siya si Nanay Dolores. Inabutan sya ng food packs ng staff ko
“At nakikinuod ng TV sa kapitbahay ng show namen. So regalo ko syo nanay at alam ko na address mo simpleng tv. Sana masiyahan ka at di na kailangan makinuod sa kapitbahay. Ingat Nanay Dolores,” Aiko wrote on Instagram.
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Aiko Melendez is a well-known showbiz personality. She received the Best Supporting Actress award in 2018 for her role in the film "Rainbow's Sunset." Aiko ran for and won a seat on the Quezon City Council in 2001. She served for 9 years, until 2010.
In a previous report by KAMI, Aiko took to social media to write a sweet message to Katrina Halili. Aiko referred to the Kapuso actress as a "fighter" in her viral post because of the ordeals she faced. She also praised Katrina for being an incredible mother to Katie. Katrina followed up with an equally heartfelt message for Aiko, whom she expressed her love for and stated she would miss immensely.
Aiko previously shared a meme about Filipinos "unfriending" each other over political disputes. She stated that fighting with her friends and loved ones over politicians is not worth it for her. The veteran actress believes that people with diverse political beliefs should be respected. Ultimately, she prayed to God for the country's healing and for love to prevail among its people.