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Son of PH's richest man is helping Pres. Duterte build a better Philippines


Public Works and Highways Secretary Mark Villar is really doing a great job. Not to mention he is also the son of the country's richest man, the business tycoon Manny Villar.




The younger Villar's performance as head of DPWH is really exceptional prompting praises from netizens.

Krizette Laureta Chu gorgeously puts it all together:

If there's one question I'd like to ask the Philippines' richest billionaire Manny Villar and Senator Cynthia A. Villar, it's this:

Despite your massive wealth, how did you raise three amazing, levelheaded, kind, and hardworking children?

I hear nothing but praises from those who've worked with and under Mark Villar and his siblings. Seriously.

And I've also seen how a few million (or fine tens of millions) in their bank accounts have made kids of rich people lazy, entitled, arrogant, and not willing to put in the work.

Have you seen the hard work Mark puts as head of DPWH? He doesn't need to do this and take the abuse of ingrates.

He can set up a shack in Boracay or Palawan and live his days worry-free while flitting from one gorgeous city to another because his billions of dollars are safe. And yet here we are, the richest kid also being one of the most hardworking secretary of this government.

And also Camille Villar? Camille Villar has never even figured in any party girl scandal, ever. And she's richer than any "It" girl parading her family's treasures on social media. She has never flaunted her Hermeses, her Louboutins, her diamonds. And she can probably buy the businesses of the parents of those girls who promote the culture of excess on social media.

(Ok I dont know much about the other sibling.)

Really--Cynthia and Manny owe us all a talk on raising good kids in this milieu.


Originally posted on Krizette Laureta Chu's Facebook page.

Son of PH's richest man is helping Pres. Duterte build a better Philippines Son of PH's richest man is helping Pres. Duterte build a better Philippines Reviewed by AsianPolicy.Press on 6:43:00 AM Rating: 5

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