LOOK: Angel Locsin donates food packs to PPCRV volunteers

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Angel Locsin and volunteers from the Parish Pastoral Council for Responsible Voting (Image: Instagram/@therealangellocsin, Facebook/PPCRV)

Angel Locsin has received the thanks of volunteers from the Parish Pastoral Council for Responsible Voting (PPCRV), after he sent them food packages in the middle of his parallel count of the presidential elections on May 9.

Church volunteer poll watchers expressed their gratitude to the actress and philanthropist while displaying the food packages she sent, as seen on her Facebook page yesterday, May 13.

“Thanks to our real life Darna, Mrs. Angel Locsin, for the [food packs] for ate (for our) #PPCRVvolunteers!” the organization said. “Nakakabusog hindi lang sa tiyan pati na sa put (They not only fill the stomach but also the heart)! You are a true angel! God bless you po.”

The PPCRV command center will function until Friday, May 20, at the Quadricentennial Pavilion of the Santo Tomás University.

PPCRV Spokesperson Vann Dela Cruz fixed that they “see nothing that should be cause for concern” from their unofficial parallel count, as of Wednesday, May 11. He also assured that they will inform the public if any problems arise.

The electoral watchdog also recently said that there are “no irregularitiesin the supposed “magic 68:32”. This is an assertion that for every vote count update, there was a consistent pattern of 68 percent and 32 percent for presumptive President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. and Vice President Leni Robredo, respectively. /ra

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