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Arwind Santos shows up at Bongbong Marcos-Sara Duterte rally in Pampanga

/ 02:39 PM April 30, 2022
Arwind Santos' NorthPort debut.

NorthPort forward Arwind Santos during a PBA game. PBA IMAGES

MANILA, Philippines — PBA star Arwind Santos made an appearance during the campaign rally of former senator Bongbong Marcos and Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte in San Fernardo, Pampanga on Friday night.

Santos, the NorthPort veteran forward who hails from Angeles City, Pampanga, posted a video of his appearance before a huge crowd at Robinsons, Starmills.

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“UNITEAMRALLY IN PAMPANGA WOW!!!” Santos, the former Far Eastern University standout, wrote.

Ex-president turned House Speaker Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo and Governor Dennis ‘Delta’ Pineda were also part of the BBM-Sara grand rally.

Santos is supporting Pineda, who eyes reelection in the May 9 polls under the Uniteam ticket.

He posted an Instagram video on April 10, joining the governor in his motorcade.

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