Kim Fajardo and family reunite with long-lost uncle after 32-year search
Kim Fajardo finally found her long-lost uncle with the help of social media. 

AFTER 32 years, Kim Fajardo and her family were finally reunited with her long lost-uncle, Freddie, on Tuesday.

The F2 Logistics star shared a post on her social media accounts on Monday showing a photo of a man reportedly last seen in a fastfood restaurant along Commonwealth, Quezon City. In her post, Fajardo sought help online as the guy in the picture, a ‘Mang Alfred’ who was asking to be reunited with his family in Batangas, looked like her uncle.

“My tito has been missing for more than 3 decades now. This morning, our family saw this on Facebook. Tama name and province niya and kamukha niya relatives ko. Hoping he's my tito. Please help us look for him. Umikot na kami ng Commonwealth earlier pero wala. Thank you so much,” Fajardo wrote on her Twitter account @kimfajardo9.

On Tuesday, Fajardo announced the good news that they have indeed seen her ‘Tito Freddie.’

 “We finally found him this afternoon. Confirmed, he’s Tito Fredie. Kasama na namin siya ngayon after 32 years,” Fajardo posted on her Twitter account.

The former La Salle setter also went on to thank everyone who extended their help, beginning with the woman who posted pictures of her missing uncle on Facebook.

“Maraming salamat sa lahat ng tulong, especially to Anna, who posted on Facebook. Thank you for all the prayers!” she added. 

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