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Pinoy Box Break

Live: Wanted Sa Radyo | December 23, 2020 (Wednesday) | Raffy Tulfo In Action

by | Posted on: December 23rd, 2020 | No Comments | Public Affairs Program

This is the December 23, 2020 (Wednesday) edition of Wanted sa Radyo with the tagline Kakampi ng mga Inaapi is a public affairs program that airs every weekday (Mondays to Fridays) at 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM (PHI time).

Below are the issues tackled in today’s episode:

  • Mrs. Almera Sakuramoto, an overseas Filipino worker (OFW) currently working in Hong Kong, against her live-in partner, Mr. Rosebert Arroyo, for maltreating and hurting her 2-year-old and 4-year-old child. In a video presented as a piece of evidence, Rosebert was seen holding a knife, which to Almera means Rosebert was threatening her and her two minor children. Also, Almera alleges that Rosebert, in few instances, would self-medicate, give medicine that isn’t prescribed by a doctor to her children.
  • Ms. Gemma Gabayeron, a house helper, complained against her current live-in partner, Nestor, and Nestor’s mother, who overlook her most of the time. The complaint, however, was cut short and would just instead be resolved off-air.
  • Mr. Criolclint Ando, on behalf of his co-workers, complained against Hyper Gramm Security Agency for not giving their benefits, delayed payments, non-compliance to the government’s directives concerning the minimum wage an employer should rightfully give to their employees, as mandated in the Philippine laws. According to Criolclint, they would more often than not work 12 hours a day without overtime and night differential pay. Also, Criolclint reiterated that their respective salary and supposed 13-month pay are still not given by the company to them two days before Christmas. They are given P533 per day, which is four-pesos shy of the current minimum wage in Metro Manila that is P537. Mr. Jun Jadulco, operations manager of the earlier mentioned security manpower, responded to the complaint.
  • Ms. Orfa Abragan, a house helper, complained against Mr. Alvin Reyes, her former-boyfriend, for ditching her, entering into a relationship with a different girl, even though they are still “together.” Stressing that she may no longer get the money she previously gave to Alvin that amounted to more or less P80,000, Orfa seeks for the swift return of a sidecar, Alvin’s denture, and clothes she gave to him.
  • Visibly crying, worried Mrs. Mary Jane Policarpio begged and convinced her 13-year-old daughter, Jessica, who last month run away with her lesbian partner Joana, to immediately return to their house. Jessica said she’ll go home before Christmas.
  • Service crew, Mr. Johnny Albarracin, on behalf of her co-workers, complained against Seaoil Gas Station in Culiat, Tandang Sora, for not complying with the laws mandating them to give benefits and wages to their employees. According to the complainants, the gas company in Tandang Sora only give them P190 for 8 hours of work and around P285 for 12 hours of work. Also, the complainants said that aside from not getting their respective overtime and night differential pay, the company would only give them roughly 30% of their holiday pay. Mrs. Cammayo — Mr. Oscar Cammayo’s wife, operations manager of the said gas company’s branch — responded to the complaint.

Note: Live streaming starts at 2:00 PM. Refresh this window at the scheduled time to watch the video.

At the same time, the show is also aired in Radyo5 92.3 News FM, Facebook Live and an hour delayed telecast in Aksyon TV.

The said program is hosted by “Idol” Raffy Tulfo and Sharee Roman as both personalities look into mistreatment, corruption, and oppression.

Wanted sa Radyo is not biased as it listens both the complainant and the complainee until the issue brought to their show got clarified. In order for the hosts to provide the best advice, they reach out to government public offices and if needed also to private sectors.