Single dad proud of son for passing Bar Exams, puts up heartwarming tarp as soon as results came out

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A single father from Solana, Cagayan was so sure that his son would pass the Bar Exams that he put up a tarpaulin hours before the official results came out.

Image by PIA-Cagayan via Facebook

For Renato Meniado Baysa, there’s nothing that could stop him from being proud of his son, Atty. Lynk Juren Baysa. That’s why hours before the announcement of his son passing the Bar Exams, Tatay Renato already climbed a tree to put up his congratulatory message for him!

In a post shared by PIA – Cagayan on Facebook, they stated that Tatay Renato already prepared the layout of his son’s tarpaulin and printed it long before the day of the announcement.

They wrote, “Sabi nga nila, mahirap man ang mga pinagdaanan, may sorpresang nakalaan mula sa dakilang Diyos. Kung tatanungin niyo kung bakit nakapagsabit kaagad si Daddy ilang oras matapos lumabas ang resulta ay tama po kayo, dati nang may lay-out si Daddy at pi-naprint agad ang tarpaulin upang maisabit ito agad-agad.”

Tatay Renato is proud of his Atty. Lynk’s success that he wrote a heartwarming message for him and stated, “CONGRATULATIONS! FROM: DADDY, THE SINGLE PARENT WHO SACRIFICED EVERYTHING FOR YOUR GOOD. I AM PROUD OF YOU.”

Image by PIA-Cagayan via Facebook

Former ‘TNT’ in Japan

Tatay Renato used to work abroad as an Overseas Filipino Worker (OFW). Unfortunately, he was one of those who are considered to be TNTs or “Tago nang Tago” because he didn’t have enough working permits or documents.

He was able to invest in a jeepney that helped his children pursue their education. Letting your child finish law school is such an impressive feat for a single father like Tatay Renato.

Image by PIA-Cagayan via Facebook

Atty. Lynk finished a degree in political science before pursuing law school. Even more impressive, he has another sibling set to take the Bar Exams next year.  Tatay Renato really did well!

Atty. Lynk is among the 8,241 examinees out of 11,402 takers who passed the 2020/2021 Bar Examinations.

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