- Manny Pacquiao has visited victims of Kidapawan City in the Philippines to personally give out relief items
- Almost 300 families were displaced and evacuated to centers after a series of powerful earthquakes struck the city in October 2019
- The eight-division world champion and Senator together with his team visited to donate and encourage the earthquake victims
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Eight-division world champion and Senator, Manny Pacquiao, has visited victims of Kidapawan earthquake in the Philippines to hand-out packages which included food, water and other essential relief items.
Nearly 300 families were displaced and evacuated to centers following a series of powerful earthquakes in October 2019.
Many of the victims have found themselves in distress and vulnerable situations after being displaced by the deadly earthquakes.
The Filipino professional boxer visited the victims to personally deliver huge giveaways to hundreds of desperate people on the streets with a lot of love and compassion.
This isn’t the first or the last time Pacquiao has touched the lives of deprived persons in underserved communities with huge donations.
Pacquiao also distributed other relief items while taking turns with some members of his team to motivate the victims.
A video on the boxer's Instagram handle shows a team loading a truck with the packages to distribute to the earthquake victims.
''Don’t worry about the problems in your life because we have God that is with us and blesses us,'' Manny Pacquiao said while delivering a speech and followed up to personally give out the relief items.
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While details of the married including her name are yet to be known, she disclosed in a chat with a confidant that she found out her husband was cheating on her after her 4-year-old son told her about his engagement with her husband’s side chick.
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