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Teacher Swimming River Just To Deliver Modules to Students A Scam?

A Facebook page is claiming that teacher Moises Palomo who is swimming a river just to deliver modules to his students a scam.

Last week, teacher Moises Palomo gone viral on social media after his photos crossing and swimming a river Tandag City, Surigao Del Sur just to distribute self-learning modules for the students goes viral.

Palomo is reportedly waking up as early as 5:00 am in the morning to prepare the materials for his students. He is traveling a few kilometers just to reach the students in remote areas.

The educator has to cross and swim a river just to give the modules and materials to the less-fortunate kids.

The passionate teacher goes viral on social media and garnered praises from the online community because of his heartwarming gesture.

The Facebook page “Ordinary Filipino” has shared the photos of the educator riding a ‘Bangka’ at the river. The page said that Moises could ride the boat instead of swimming it for a couple of minutes.

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The page also claims that Palomo’s gesture is scripted and connived with some individuals to earn popularity on social media.

Here is the full post:


Bakit kailangan mong languyin ang halos lampas-leeg na ilog kung mayroon ka namang bangka na pwedeng sakyan?

At kayo namang mga patay-gutom na media dhil bayaran kayo pinakalat nyo pa ayan nahuli tuloy kayong magkakasabwat.😂😂


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