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LOOK: Jinkee Pacquiao visits former elementary school, neighbors in Sarangani

/ 08:32 AM May 16, 2019
Jinkee Pacquiao visits former neighbors

Image: Instagram/@jinkeepacquiao

Jinkee Pacquiao seemed to be in a reminiscent mood as she visited Tuesday her former elementary school in Barangay Kitagas in Sarangani, Soccsksargen region.

Pacquiao took to social media to share photos of her visit to Fermin Fuster Elementary School together with her twin sister Janet on May 14.

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“Ang sarap ng pakiramdam na makabalik kung saan ka tumira nung bata ka pa at kung saan ka nag aral ng elementary,” she said via Instagram. “Ito po ang school kung saan ako nag graduate ng elementary. God is good!”

(It feels good to return to where you lived when you were young and where you studied in elementary. This is the school where I graduated from. God is good!)

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In her photos, Pacquiao can be seen walking around the sprawling school grounds and posing for pictures in its facade.

In another post on the same day, she also shared photos of her visiting neighbors and friends in Kitagas.

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“Sila po ang mga kapitbahay namin,” she said. “Sarap makabalik at makita kayong lahat!”

The Pacquiao family owns multiple properties in the Philippines and abroad, but usually stays in their homes in General Santos City and Forbes Park, Makati City.  /ra

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