Indigent Kids Singing Christmas Carols Along the Streets Amid Pandemic Rescued by CSWDO Personnel
Several CSWDO personnel rescues several indigent kids who were singing Christmas carols as early as September.
Every year, a lot of people are getting busy when the month of September comes indicating that the Christmas season is near. Most businesses and establishments were also making preparation for the Yuletide season.
The young children and even adults are starting to sing Christmas carols along the streets to earn money and to remind the public about the birth of the Lord Jesus Christ.
The Facebook page “CDN Digital” has shared the photos of City Social Welfare and Development Office (CSWDO) employees rescuing indigent children. The photos are now making rounds online.
On Tuesday morning (September 29, 2020), the CSWDO worker found the street kids singing Christmas carols along the streets amid pandemic. The indigenous children were spotted along the streets of Lapu-Lapu City.
Mayor Junard Chan reported that the young kids have been returned to their respective homes, who were caught having caroling as early as September.
The social media users expressed their reactions to the incident:
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