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LOOK: Former Cabinet members pose for ‘one last picture’ with Noynoy Aquino

/ 09:45 AM June 26, 2021

MANILA, Philippines — Cabinet members of former president Benigno “Noynoy” Aquino III posed for “one last picture” with the urn containing the ashes of the late chief executive.

Senator Joel Villanueva, who served as director general of the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) under the Aquino administration, posted a photo of several former Cabinet members with the late former president’s urn at the Ateneo de Manila University’s House of Gesu in Quezon City.

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“One last picture with President Noynoy,” Villanueva said in a tweet.

Also seen in the photo are former Executive Secretary Paquito Ochoa, former Energy Secretary and cabinet secretary Jose Almendras, former Social Welfare Secretary Dinky Soliman, and former Interior Secretary Mar Roxas.

Aquino died in his sleep on Thursday morning due to renal disease secondary to diabetes. He was 61.

Aquino was the only son of assassinated former Senator Benigno Aquino Jr. and former President Corazon Aquino.

He is survived by sisters Ballsy, Pinky, Viel, and Kris.

A final mass will be held for the former president.  Inurnment will follow at the Manila Memorial Park in Paranaque City.

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