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Child peace awardee on ‘Magpakailanman’

News anchor and TV host Mel Tiangco said she was happy to have revived the drama anthology “Magpakailanman,” feeling “vindicated” after its successful comeback.

“The fact that it’s doing well in the ratings game proves that people still welcome me in this genre and that they still like to see the show,” quipped Tiangco during a recent media gathering hosted by GMA 7.

Tomorrow, “Magpakailanman” will feature the story of Kesz Valdez—an International Children’s Peace Prize awardee in 2012. He will be portrayed by Vincent Magbanua. Marinel R. Cruz


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