Senator Jinggoy Estrada has launched a YouTube channel, and he is on a tour of the Erap Museum showing his father’s resting place.

Everyone seems to be starting their own YouTube channel, մեկը one of them is former senator atgor Ingoy Estrada.

His channel is called JINGFLIX PH, the third video of which is a tour of the Erap Museum in Rizali Tanay.

According to him, this is a former rest house outside the archives of the museum of Josef Egeritito Estrada, where Erap prepared his grave when he died.

To the surprise and shock of many, the former president has already prepared his resting place. Ing Ingo was shocked to learn this, saying that it did not seem to make sense because his father was so alive.

Accordingly, Erap chose that place because he was imprisoned there. Let us remind you that he was under house arrest for four (4) years. Ing Ingo said. Alam mo, bakit dito niya pinili? Kasi, noong nakulong siya, dito ”

 

Joseph Ejercito Estrada born as José Marcelo Ejercito in April 19, 1937.

He is a Philippine politician, former actor, who served as the 13th President of the Philippines from 1998 to 2001, the Ninth Vice President of the Philippines from 1992 to 1998, the 26th Mayor of the capital Manila, from 2013 to 2019.

In 2001, he became the first president of Asia to be ousted from office and ousted.

Estrada rose to fame as a film actor, starring in more than a hundred films over three decades, starting at the age of 13 as a fashion-ramp model.

He used his popularity as an actor to make a profit in politics. From 1969 to 1986 he served as mayor of San Juan, from 1987 to 1992 as a senator, and from 1992 to 1998 as vice president under Fidel Ramos.

Variety was elected President in 1998, separating him from the other challenges by a large margin of votes, and was sworn in as President on 30 June 1998. In 2000, he declared a “general war” against Moro’s Islamic Liberation Front, captured his headquarters and other camps.

However, allegations of corruption sparked an impeachment hearing in the Senate. : ,

In 2007, Estrada was convicted by Sandiganbayan’s special unit of plotting to oust the government for $ 80 million, but was later pardoned by former Vice President Gloria Macapagal Aroyo.

He was again nominated for the presidency in 2010. In the presidential election, however, he lost by a large margin to Senator Benigno Aquino III. He later served as mayor of Manila for two terms, from 2013 to 2019.

In the video, he showed his father’s favorite place while under house arrest. It’s in a chair-like stone in one corner of the building. He was there when he prayed and meditated accordingly.