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Alden real-life hero to kid with disability

 

By NEIL RAMOS

ALDEN Richards and Nino Dayon (Facebook)
ALDEN Richards and Nino Dayon (Facebook)

 

ALDEN Richards has seemingly taken to heart the ideals of his TV alter ego superhero Victor Mag­tanggol AKA Hammerman, having taken on the responsibility of send­ing to school a child born without arms.

Niño Dayon of Negros Occiden­tal, who was featured on “Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho” last Sunday, was allowed his wish to meet Richards, after he made known his love for his TV character, Hammerman.

Dayon said he likes Hammer­man because like him, he also uses a hammer to do good, like doing simple repairs at home.

He also explained a hammer helps him in crafting new toys he could play with.

When told by the eight-year-old’s mom how he dreams of becom­ing an engineer someday, Richards said, “Sasagutin ko na po ‘yung pag-aaral niya po hanggang col­lege.”

The actor-singer added, “Hindi na po kayo mamomroblema sa pag-aaral ni Niño, Ma’am. Ako na pong bahala.”

Apart from this, Richards also gave Dayon a specialized chair he could use as with a replica of Hamerman’s Mjolnir.

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