WATCH: Nograles takes to TikTok to show support for frontliners | Inquirer News

WATCH: Nograles takes to TikTok to show support for frontliners

/ 02:13 AM April 12, 2020

MANILA, Philippines — Cabinet Secretary Karlo Nograles has shown himself to be a serious person during his press briefings and announcements, but that doesn’t mean he won’t dance to the tune of “Fight Song.”

Nograles has taken to TikTok to make a video showing his support to frontliners who are battling COVID-19.

He also shared the video on Twitter and thanked the frontliners serving the country.


“Endless thanks to our frontliners who, whatever happens, are serving our country,” posted Nograles in Filipino.

Rachel Platten, along with Dave Bassett, wrote and performed “Fight Song” and the single has become a fighting anthem of frontliners in the Philippines.


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