Heartbreaking Christmas Wish of BJMP Inmates Touched the Hearts of Netizens
The heartbreaking Christmas wish of inmates at the Bureau of Jail Management and Penology goes viral online.
A Facebook user named Bryan Villalester has shared the photos of Christmas tree filled with notes containing the Christmas wish of BJMP inmates. The post circulates online and garnered various reactions from the netizens.
In the photos, it can be seen that a makeshift Christmas tree inside the Bureau of Jail Management and Penology in Naic has been filled with numerous notes. The notes contain the wish of the inmates for the upcoming Christmas.
BJMP Naic Municipal Jail Warden Bryan Villaester and his group have launched a project for the Persons Deprived of Liberty (PDL). The program aims to grant the simple with of the inmates.
The BJMP explained that they got the inspiration for the project from the Kapuso program entitled “Wish Ko Lang” which is a Philippine television public service show broadcast by GMA Network.
Villalester said that inmates have their own wants and wishes too for the upcoming Christmas season. Some of them wished for material things while others are wishing for love, peace, and good health.
Here is the full post:
“BJMP Naic, Cavite
Wish Ko Lang Tree
These are some of the wishes ng ating mga kapatid sa bilanguan.
Feel free to grant them.
Share your blessings in this seasons of giving.”
The inmate’s wishes touched the heart of the online community and a lot of people offered help.
Interested individuals can contact Villalester on (+63) 919 0093 831 or bring the donations to BJMP Naic Municipal Jail, Bronze Ville 2, Brgy. Halang, Naic, Cavite.
The social media users expressed their reactions to the post:
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