- Bongbong Marcos showed his concern and generosity in his latest Facebook post
- Marcos visited Butuan, Bohol, and Maasin during the weekend to send relief goods and donations to the people affected by the super typhoon Odette
- Generosity and concern towards others are the keys to recovering from the effects of the strong storm, Marcos stated
- Netizens praised the presidential candidate for being super active in helping people in need
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Presidential candidate and former senator Bongbong Marcos showed his concern and generosity in his latest Facebook post.
KAMI learned that Marcos visited Butuan, Bohol, and Maasin during the weekend to send relief goods and donations to the people affected by the super typhoon Odette.
According to Marcos, generosity and concern towards others are the keys to recovering from the effects of the strong storm.
In the comments section, netizens praised the presidential candidate for being super active in helping people in need.
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“Nakarating tayo sa mga probinsya ng Southern Leyte, Butuan at Bohol kahapon, Disyembre 19, para personal na maihatid ang tulong sa’ting mga apektadong kababayan.
“Sa kabila ng pinsalang dala ng bagyo, mananaig ang bayanihang Pilipino,” Marcos posted.
Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos, also popularly known as BBM, is a Pinoy politician famous for being the only son of the late President Ferdinand Edralin Marcos. He served as Ilocos governor from 1998 to 2007 and then as congressman after stepping down as governor. In 2010, he ran and won as a senator and served as such until 2016. BBM then made an unsuccessful bid for the vice presidency in 2016, though protested the results of that election, alleging vote rigging and cheating.
In a previous report, former Senator Bongbong Marcos and Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte formally announced their tandem to the public. In a resolution, the Partido Federal ng Pilipinas (PFP), the official party of Sen. Bongbong, has endorsed the candidacy of Mayor Sara as vice president. It signaled their intention to welcome the mayor as the official running mate of Sen. Marcos. Recently, the two were spotted attending the wedding of the daughter of Senator Bong Revilla.
Weeks before the Revilla wedding event, Sen. Marcos and Mayor Sara also met in Cebu City. The former legislator, however, dismissed reports of political discussions during the said meeting. He said he was there to attend the birthday party of Congresswoman Yeda Romualdez.