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  • aga-mulachAga Muhlach is making a lot of OFW’s happy with his “12 Days of Christmas” special in his game show “Let’s Ask Pilipinas” that started last night. OFWs will be playing for the first time in the daily game show. The contestants will be playing from various parts of the world, including the Unit­ed Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, and United Kingdom,  with each having their own touch­ing stories to share.

    “Let’s Ask Pilipinas” made way for the virtual reunion of the contestants with their families, who flew in from as far as Aklan, Bukidnon and Tuguegarao to be part of the studio audience. With the power of technology, emo­tional video reunions are made possible with their families. One of the OFW contestants hasn’t seen her family for 13 years and happily thanks Aga for the opportunity. In another touching re­union, a mother who flew in from Ozamis is in tears upon seeing all her three daughters who are now working in Dubai.

    Aside from the heartwarming virtual reunions and the game prizes offered by “Let’s Ask Pilipi­nas,” Aga will also be giving away 12 of his favorite things to the studio audience. All these gifts will bear glimpses of Aga as per­son as they range from his basic essentials to the classy items that he enjoys with friends and family. Catch the “12 Days of Christmas” on “Let’s Ask Pilipinas” airing Monday to Friday at 7 p.m. on TV5.

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