Manny Pacquiao is one of the wealthiest men in the Philippines.
Be that as it may, as large as his financial balance seems to be, the People’s Champ likewise has a major heart.
Indeed, even before he turned into a mogul, Manny Pacquiao is as of now known for his liberality and thoughtfulness.
Without a doubt, he has changed the lives of thousands of individuals.
Among them is this old man from General Santos whose life took an astonishing turn when he met the amazing fighter.
In spite of his age, 64-year-old Mang Marciano still buckles down for his family.
At some point, the People’s Champ purchased dessert from Mang Marciano.
As a show of cooperative attitude, Manny gave the old frozen yogurt merchant Php 3,000.
Amid their discussion, Manny discovered that Mang Marcelino experienced a str0ke in 2009.
However, his condition didn’t prevent him from working hard.
Stunned with Mang Marciano’s perseverance, the boxing champ chose to give him another Php 30,000.
While conversing with him, Manny likewise guaranteed to give him a house and lot and other employment.
Consistent with his promise, seven days after their experience, Manny himself by and by went with Mang Marciano to his new habitation.
The spic and span house is even outfitted with new furnishings.
Subsequent to seeing it, Mr. Marciano can’t resist the urge to be enthusiastic!.
Indeed, even his family were flooding with happiness as they visit inside their new home.
Notwithstanding that, Manny likewise gave Mang Marciano another activity.
Presently, he doesn’t need to pedal and sell frozen yogurt any longer.
Rather, he found a well-paying occupation in the Goldenstate College in General Santos, South Cotabato.
Who would have thought that Mang Marciano’s personal experience with Pacman will eventually change his life forever?
Manny Pacquiao gives this 64-year-old ice cream vendor and stroke survivor a new home and a new job! Watch this video! #KMJSREAD: https://bit.ly/2NwURxj
Posted by Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho (One at Heart, Jessica Soho) on Wednesday, June 6, 2018
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