Pia Magalona Asks Apple CEO Tim Cook to Hand Over Donation for Odette Victims to OVP

Pia Magalona on Tim Cook: “Pls make sure you send it straight to the Office of the Vice President”

PIA MAGALONA – The wife of late rapper Francis Magalona asked Tim Cook, the chief executive officer (CEO) of Apple to hand over his company’s donation to the Office of Vice President Leni Robredo for the victims of Typhoon Odette.

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It was just recently when Odette, the 15th tropical cyclone for 2021, devastated various parts of the country.

The typhoon wreaks havoc leaving more than 150 casualties as of posting. It is estimated that the damage left is worth millions in infrastructure and agriculture.

To help the typhoon victims, different civic groups, prominent personalities, politicians and even celebrities have organized relief operations.

Among those who expressed willingness to help those in need especially those who were severely affected by the typhoon is Apple CEO, Tim Cook.

Earlier, Cook took to the micro-blogging site, Twitter wherein he said they were ready to send aid to the victims of the storm.

Some netizens are worried that Cook may hand over the donation to the government.

Among those is the wife of the late rapper Francis Magalona who asked Cook to give the donation to Robredo.

“Pls make sure you send it straight to the Office of the Vice President to be sure it gets to those affected by #OdettePH. Thank you!!” Pia Magalona said.

Previously, presidential aspirant and Sen. Manny Pacquiao said that he can assist Cook hand over Apple’s donation to those in need, especially the typhoon victims.

“Thank you for helping our country. If there is anything our team here in the Philppines can do to help you on the ground, we are at your disposal,” he said.

Apparently, it is not yet known how Apple will hand over their donation to the victims of Typhoon Odette.

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