Sen. Manny Pacquiao, Wife Jinkee Visit Tanay, Rizal
MANNY PACQUIAO – During their visit in Taytay, Rizal, the Senator and his wife, Jinkee Pacquiao, recalled what they had to do before to earn.
One of the wealthiest families in the Philippines is the Pacquiao family. It is no secret to the public that they have a rag to riches story. They are among those who experienced financial hardships in life before they became billionaires.
It is known to the public that Sen. Manny Pacquiao was born to a poor family. He even had to stop schooling and find ways to help provide for his family. During his visit to Taytay, Rizal with his wife, Jinkee Pacquiao, he recalled that he was only 12 years old when he joined street boxing matches.
Based on a report on ABS-CBN News, the Senator who is running for president in the May 2022 Election said that the winner of the street boxing fight then would receive P100.00. He recalled it as a 12-year-old vendor named Justine joined him on stage.
Sen. Manny Pacquiao bought all the products sold by Justine. His wife, Jinkee, also spoke to the people and recalled what she did to help her husband in their household expenses then. Based on the report, the Senator’s wife shared that she worked as a vendor of rice cake in a mall and, later on, she opened an eatery to help her husband in their financial needs.
Jinkee appealed to the people to give Sen. Manny a chance to become president so they can realize their desire to help uplift the lives of the Filipino people. She vowed to help women should she become the next first lady of the country.
During his speech, Sen. Manny reiterated his determination to fight corruption in the government if he wins president. He stressed it as the main illness that lead to several other problems in the country. He vowed to imprison the corrupt officials.
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