Urn of Former President Noynoy Aquino Brought Home in Quezon City
FORMER PRESIDENT NOYNOY AQUINO – The urn of former Pres. Benigno Simeon Aquino III was brought home by h family to Quezon City.
The sudden passing of former Pres. Noynoy Aquino is something that countless people including his sister did not expect. He was rushed to Capitol Medical Center early in the morning yesterday, June 24, 2021. The said report quickly gathered the media and the people close to him at the hospital.
After a few minutes, reports stating that the former President passed away crossed the surface. It shocked the Filipinos as he has been out of the public’s eye since he stepped down from office in 2016.
Former Pres. Noynoy Aquino served as the chief executive from 2010 to 2016. Many people praise the humility, simplicity, and the silence of the former President despite strong criticisms against him. Under his term, the economy of the Philippines grew.
Former Pres. Aquino referred to the Filipino people as his “boss”. Expressions of sympathies, condolences, and love outpoured to his family following confirmation of his death.
The Aquino sisters were all present at the hospital. They also gave a statement confirming the death of their only brother, thanking everyone who loved and supported him, and expressing their gratitude over the privilege to have had him as their brother.
Former President Noynoy Aquino was cremated and his sisters waited for his urn. They brought it home to Quezon City last night before it will be brought to Ateneo de Manila University for a mass.
Based on a report on ABS-CBN News, the urn of former President Noynoy Aquino was placed at the car of his sister, Pinky Aquino. The police mobile escorted the vehicle which left the Heritage Park in Taguig and passed by the C-5 road to Green Meadows Subdivision in Quezon City.
Urn ni dating Pangulong Noynoy Aquino, iuuwi muna ng pamilya bago dalhin sa Ateneo bukas. pic.twitter.com/2xqrFlm1Bd— Johnson L. Manabat (@JohnsonManabat) June 24, 2021
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