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Pacquiao to kick off campaign in hometown GenSan

By: - Reporter / @DYGalvezINQ
/ 06:44 PM January 26, 2022
Pacquiao to kick off campaign in hometown GenSan

FILE—Sen. Manny Pacquiao waves to supporters during his visit to Laguna on Dec. 7, 2021.  He is set to launch his campaign in his hometown General Santos City. (Photo from his Facebook page)

MANILA, Philippines — Senator Manny Pacquiao will kick off his presidential campaign in his hometown General Santos City, where he will also formally introduce his senatorial candidates.

If it would be allowed, Pacquiao said his campaign kick-off would be face-to-face but he would also utilize online campaigning.

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“Baka maging face-to-face ‘yan kung papayagan tayo. Dito sa GenSan ang umpisa,” he said in a media interview.

“Sa Gensan kasi dito nagsimula ang aking mga pangarap na maiahon ko ang aking pamilya sa kahirapan, maiahon ko sa kahirapan ang aking mga kamag-anak, makatulong sa kanila at magtagumpay sa aking mga pangarap. Kaya dito magsisimula ang aking pangarap na magkaroon nang maayos at maunlad na bansa at malinis na pag-gobyerno,” he added.

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(It is where I started dreaming of rescuing my family from a life of poverty, helping my relatives, and reaching my goals. Here is where I want to start my journey toward an orderly and prosperous government.)

The 2022 campaign period will officially start on Feb. 8.

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