Jolo Romualdez Claims Francis Leo Marcos is Not Part of Marcos/Romualdez Clan
Jolo Romualdez claims that the viral wealthy Francis Leo Marcos who helped poor residents that he is not part of Romualdez nor Marcos clan.
Recently, Francis Leo Marcos has become viral on social media for helping poor people with his own money. He bravely challenges wealthy and rich people to lend out their money to help resident who are greatly affected by the coronavirus.
He shared videos of himself buying dozens of rice and goods to hand it out to people who need help. However, some people claim that he is an impostor and fraudster.
Meanwhile, Jolo Romualdez clarified the claims and reveal the true identity of the so-called Francis Leo Marcos. On his Facebook account, the nephew of Bonbong Marcos warned individuals who are claiming they are part of the clan.
Jolo shares in a series of Facebook post which is now deleted for some serious reason, said that Francis is not related to their clan and he also revealed his true name was Norman Mangusin.
Based on the article of Pinoy Trend, they screen captured the post of Jolo saying “To all the people asking me about Mr. Francis Leo Marcos he is not related to me nor to my family po he’s real name is “Norman Mangusin” thank you.”
In a report, Jolo also posted a document that First Lady Imelda Marcos asking the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) to investigate some fraudulent person. The document shows five people listed including Francis Leo Marcos.
“I have received continued disturbing reports about the above-mentioned persons using my name and my family’s name to collect unauthorized campaign donations, selling of fake gold certificates and using photographs and films/video coverage to associate themselves with me and my family for unauthorized and unscrupulous business practices,” Imelda wrote on the document.
“Mr. Francis Leo Marcos has claimed that he is the son of Dr. Pacifico Marcos, the brother of my late husband and that he has been chosen by the Marcos family as the custodian of alleged wealth which we are not in possession of; he uses my photographs on social media after a photo opportunities and has produced a film positioning him as a signatory to the world’s wealth; he targets wealthy Chinese businessmen who want to do business in the Philippines and attracts them thru charitable causes,” she added.
Jolo also warned netizens to be extra careful to the person using fake identity for publicity. He added to avoid believing anything trending, viral they see on the internet.
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