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Eat Bulaga’s Bawal Judgmental has this emotional episode

Bawal Judgmental, the popular segment of the longest-running noontime show Eat Bulaga, featured mothers whose children went missing.

The Kapuso noontime show has been featuring stories of love, tragedy, and inspiration through the said segment. On Saturday’s episode, more than just stories, the show has become a way for mothers to seek help to find their children.

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📷: @EatBulaga Twitter

In the segment, with the usual 7 participants, these mothers shared what happened to their children. On the Twitter thread posted on the official account of Eat Bulaga, photos of the mother, photos of the children who went missing, and the contact details were shown.

Here are the names of the children:

Jose Ja-el Flores, 4 years old: He went missing since 2012 and it was said that he was abducted.

Sophia Lhorine Mendoza, 7 years old: She was last seen on December 26, 2019.

Franklin Astorga Bonus: He went missing since August 7, 2011 and he has autism.

Mary is the mother of Marvin who went missing seven years ago. He was 13 at that time and it is difficult for him to communicate because he has special needs.

Earl ‘Pagoogoy” Moreno, 20 years old: This son of Nanay Muriel also has special needs and they have been looking for him for a year now.

Ate Gina have been looking for his son Buknoy for 20 years now. The child was just five when he went missing in 1999.

Raychel Ann Malillin went missing a year ago. This happened when her family was staying at the overpass.

Eat Bulaga’s Bawal Judgmental also provided this information so that the public can contact if they know the whereabouts of these missing persons.

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