Manny Pacquiao Denies He Offer Money to Poeple to Join His Motorcade
Presidential aspirant Manny Pacquiao denies allegations that he is allegedly giving money to people who would like to join his motorcade.
Pacquiao recently issued a statement in which he denied paying people to attend his motorcades and sorties. The allegation came after his election opponent, Manila City Mayor Isko Moreno, accused certain candidates of paying individuals to join their motorcade and make them appear to be numerous.
The mayor claims that the candidate bribes the citizens between P500 and P1500. Pacquiao, on the other hand, believes Moreno is not pursuing him as a presidential candidate.
“Hindi tayo yun. Sa atin talagang wala naman tayong ibinabayad sa kanila. Masayang-masaya ang puso ko dahil all-out support sila sa akin at nakita ko kung paano yung pag-welcome nila sa akin. Mainit ang pagtanggap sa akin sa mga lugar na pinupuntahan namin. At yun ay hindi hakot at yun ay hindi binayaran,” said Pacquiao.
People are backing him unconditionally, he added. Pacquiao’s followers are yelling and making every attempt to show their willingness to support their candidate.
“Yung mga tao na talagang sumisigaw at nagbibigay ng suporta sa atin ay yun ay hindi hakot. Talagang kusang loob silang sumusuporta sa atin,” he added.
Despite the fact that Pacquiao is known for dishing people money wherever he goes. Pacquiao reiterated that he simply provides “assistance” to people rather than purchasing their votes or services. The senator has stated numerous times that he is not buying votes and only wants to help his fellow man.
“Kung ano man yung pinamimigay natin ay ipinagpapatuloy ko na lang yung ginagawa ko mula pa noon..yung pagbibigay ng ayuda, yung pagtulong sa mga kababayan natin na nahihirapan,” the boxer-turned-politician explained.
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