Father barters live chickens in exchange for gadgets for kids’ online classes

  • Rommel Enriquez of Naga City was overwhelmed when he received assistance from netizens
  • He posted on an online barter neighborhood that he wants to trade his live chickens in exchange for devices to be utilized by his 4 children for their online classes
  • 2 netizens already vowed 2 smart devices for Rommel’s kids

A daddy from Naga City chose to let go of his live chickens to buy gizmos for his children’s online classes.


Image by Rommel Enriquez Via Facebook Rommel Enriquez’s post on Naga City Camarines Sur Barter Neighborhood captured the attention of lots of netizens. While lots of were bartering for groceries, plants or other pastimes, Lemur was finding ways to assist his four children with their approaching online learning. He posted searching for anyone going to barter his chickens for devices.

Rommel offers bunnies for a living while his better half is a fruit vendor. Like lots of moms and dads, online classes is becoming a burden because of the costs needed for gizmos and internet connection.

Rommel stated that modular knowing or making use of printed knowing modules is a choice, however it may not work for them considering that his wife is likewise hectic working.

“‘Yung tungkol po sa modular, medyo mahihirapan sila maka catch-up dun kasi ang asawa ko po nagtitinda. Walang mag-a-assist sa kanila,” he stated.

He said he is not looking for anything new as long as he can have at least one device for his 4 kids. “Sabi ko nga kahit po pre-owned basta magamit lang ng mga anak ko. Kahit isa lang,” he said.

Image by Rommel Enriquez Via Facebook Rommel’s post has mesmerized lots of good-hearted netizens who extended their support to his family. He stated two netizens already vowed smart devices for his kids and he could not be any better. He composed, “Hinding hindi po namin makakalimutan ito.

Makakaasa po kayo na hindi namin sasayangin ang oportunidad at tulong na naibigay n’yo, naging bahagi po kayong lahat sa lahat nang ito.”