- Sen. Manny Pacquiao’s attention was recently caught by a vehicle with a campaign sticker, as shown in a viral video by GMA's Jun Veneracion
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- The said sticker bears a text that reads, “Pacquiao Hindi Magnanakaw”
- The presidential aspirant saw the sticker during his campaign in Pampanga
- After seeing the sticker, senator also posed before the vehicle and pointed his finger to the sticker
A campaign sticker on a vehicle recently grabbed the attention of Sen. Manny Pacquiao.
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In a video uploaded by GMA reporter Jun Veneracion, the presidential aspirant was doing a campaign in Pampanga when he saw the sticker.
The sticker has a text that reads, “Pacquiao Hindi Magnanakaw”.
After seeing the sticker, the boxer-turned-politician gamely posed for pictures while pointing his index finger to the sticker.
Here is the video:
Manny Pacquiao is an eight-division world boxing champion, considered one of the greatest boxers in history. He also found success as a politician, first becoming a congressman before getting elected as a senator. Manny is married to Jinkee Pacquiao, whom he called his best friend. Jinkee and the boxing legend have five children – Emmanuel Jr. (Jimuel), Michael Stephen, Mary Divine Grace (Princess), Queen Elizabeth (Queenie), and Israel. Manny became the very first among presidential aspirants to file his Certificate of Candidacy for next year’s elections.
Earlier, Sen. Manny Pacquiao went to Caloocan to court the vote-rich city. During the said campaign, Annabelle Rama showed some support towards the presidential aspirant. On her Instagram page, Annabelle posted a video of herself waving at the boxer-turned-politican’s supporters during a caravan. She also posted a video showing Manny’s numerous supporters chanting “Pacquiao”.
In a previous report by KAMI, Sen. Manny also appealed to his fellow presidential candidates to set aside their differences and team up to help the people affected by the super typhoon Odette. Vice President Leni Robredo responded to Pacquiao’s call by agreeing to team up with him to bring assistance to those in need. The boxer-senator expressed his appreciation for Robredo and told her to coordinate with him since he has already done preparations for a quick response to the disaster.