Among other things, Aquino’s net worth has skyrocketed since he stepped down from the presidency in 2010. He now owns more than P30 billion, more than double the six million pesos he had in 2010. His wealth is not only in real estate, but also in cash. Aquino inherited a commercial property in San Juan and an agricultural lot in Capas, Tarlac. He also has a house and lot on Times Street, Tarlac City. His vehicles have also jumped in value from P6 million to P8.7 million.
Benigno Aquino’s son Josh lives in Tarlac with his uncle Noynoy. The Aquino family was extremely close, and Josh spent the last two years of his life in Tarlac with his uncle. On June 24, he celebrated his 26th birthday with Noynoy, and even wished Tarlac residents well on their birthday. Afterwards, Josh was photographed exiting the home, sharing his blessings with the people in Tarlac.
Cory Aquino and Ninoy Aquino were married in 1954. The Aquino family eventually became the political elites in the Philippines, and their members continued to accumulate positions in business and politics. They would eventually be the richest man in the world. Noynoy’s children are the next generation to inherit the family fortune. And they will continue to grow even stronger, so who will inherit their wealth?