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Bong Revilla admits that he never forget his suffering in jail

  • Bong Revilla is grateful to the Lord for proving his innocence.
  • He was imprisoned for four years inside the PNP Custodial Center in Camp Crame.
  • Lani Mercado, his wife, said that Bong is still adjusting to his new environment.

Bong Revilla was eventually pleaded “not guilty” after four years of imprisonment. The former Senator was grateful that his innocence was proven and thanked God for not abandoning him alone.

Upon release, Revilla’s first stop was to pray in Imus Cathedral before going home to his house in Bacoor.

The former actor-turned public servant then gave a speech that described his experience inside the PNP Custodial Center in Camp Crame.

“Itong mabigat na pagsubok na dumating sa aking buhay ay hindi ko makakalimutan. Apat na taon at halos anim na buwan at isang taon na dinurog ang aking pagkatao.

“Kung tutuusin, halos anim na taon ang nawala sa aking buhay. Anim na taong dinurog ang ating pangalan.

“Pero sa araw na ito ay nagkaroon ng linaw na tayo’y walang kasalanan.

“Kaya mga kababayan ko, taas-noo tayong mga Caviteño kahit kanino dahil walang kasalanan ang kababayan n’yong Caviteño!”

Bacoor Mayor Lani Mercado, Revilla’s wife, expressed that the four years of imprisonment wasn’t easy at all for Revilla. In fact, on their way to Bacoor, the first words he uttered are: “totoo ba ito? o Nanaginip ba ako?”

She added that the Bong Revilla is still under the adjustment period.

“Nahawakan na niya finally ang cell phone. Para siyang mayroon pang phobia.

“Pag may hawak siyang phone, natatakot siya, baka may magbawal sa kanya. So, may ganu’n pang pagtingin. Nasa period of adjustment actually siya.

“Gusto niya ring magpasalamat dahil bitin po ang panalangin niya kanina sa Imus Chatedral. He wants to celebrate mass as a sign of thanksgiving.”



Lani Mercado shared that this will be their best Christmas yet.

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