This is the February 8, 2021 (Monday) 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:
- For the first complaint, Mr. Jeffrey Sidansal, a security guard, complained against Spy Guard Agency. According to the complainant, the security agency failed to give him a payslip and his 13th-month pay, on top of other benefits that weren’t given. Spy Guard Agency also failed to comply with the minimum wage requirement. Also, the complainant’s license is yet to be released. Speaking on behalf of the agency was Ms. Marites Pinas. Meanwhile, DOLE Tarlac senior labour officer Mr. Dave Estanislao and the head of SOSIA Region 3, Col. Julius Sagandoy, was phoned for legal actions on the complainant’s concerns.
- For the second complaint, Mrs. Paula Malapitan called the program to ask for assistance on the acquisition of visiting rights on her 15-year-old child, whom she had yet to see closely. According to the complainant, she had little to no communication with her very own child for almost six years now because her mother and sister don’t allow her to call or visit their house. The 35-year-old complainant was then later asked to leave their house, perhaps making it more difficult for her to be with her child. She also reiterated that her own mother placed her on the “restricted person list” of the village where her child currently resides, which means she can no longer enter the premises of the village, for she is already banned. Ms. Madelyn Velallave, VAWC of Barangay Estafania, Bacolod City, and Police staff Sgt. Grace Barcibal of WCPD, Station 4, Bacolod City PNP, was phoned for assistance on the matter.
- For the third complaint, alias “Nanay Sally” complained against Exec. Msgt. Nino Castillo, Station 2, QCPD, who allegedly pulled her 7-year-old child – alias “Junior” – by the t-shirt, threatened to be fed on his dog and detained briefly in the respondent’s house. Brgy. NDDS, Navotas City, Chairman Toto Natividad and P/Lt. Col. Ritchie Claraval, Station 2 Commander of QCPD, was phoned to mediate on the complaint.
- For the fourth complaint, concerned citizens Ms. Patricia Valerio and Ms. Jeanylyn Hernandez phoned the program to complain about the unjust treatment of a traffic enforcer towards a mentally challenged and insane beggar. Mayor Edwin Pangilinan of Famy, Laguna, was contacted on the program. The Laguna mayor said the traffic enforcer would be suspended. Also, Eriberto Forcincula, head of the municipality’s traffic enforcement unit, was phoned to relay the news that the respondent will be subjected to a suspension.
- For the last complaint, Ms. Vilma Monserate seeks immediate assistance to secure the safety of her niece, an OFW in Kuwait, who was maltreated by her employer. MMML Recruitment Inc President Amanda Araneta was contacted to act on the concern of the caller swiftly. Also, Atty. Hans Leo Cacdac, an OWWA administrator, was phoned to respond to the complaint.
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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.