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Pinay who feeds hungry OFWs in Dubai extends aid to family whose mother died in a car accident

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Feby Baguisa, the jobless Filipino who has been feeding hungry and jobless residents in Dubai, has given help to a family whose mother has died at a car accident in the emirate recently. 

Baguisa knew about the story and immediately contacted the son of the deceased. 

She personally went to Gerald’s house to send grocery items and other essentials. 

The jobless Filipina has also offered Gerald free shelter for him. 

“Kung wala na po kayo maibayad sa rent niyo sa amin na lang po muna kayo tumira until maayos niyo ang lahat at makauwi kayo. Sa amin na lang po kayo para wala na po kayo problemahin sa araw-araw niyong pangangailangan, like rent at pagkain,” Baguisa’s message for Gerald read.

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