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Pinoy Box Break

Live: Wanted Sa Radyo | January 13, 2021 (Wednesday) | Raffy Tulfo In Action

by | Posted on: January 13th, 2021 | No Comments | Public Affairs Program

This is the January 13, 2021 (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:

  • For the first complaint, PFC Clark Lanuza wanted to determine if he is really the biological father of Patrolwoman Sarah’s child. Very doubtful, Clark seeks a DNA test to answer his questions. The DNA, however, confirmed that he is not the biological father of Sarah’s child.
  • Clark alleges that he was obliged by Sarah’s parents to marry her or else they will file for his immediate discharge or demotion from his work. Clark sought an annulment and for Sarah’s child to no longer use his surname.
  • Msgt. Geoffrey Ocampo and Evangeline Ocampo, the respondent’s parents, were also phoned to hear their side on the issue. Evangeline, however, had doubts about the DNA test results. With this, Hilda Serrano, Easy DNA’s DNA consultant, was sought to clarify their inquiries.
  • Atty. Garreth Tungol, Chief of Staff, Office of Rep. Jocelyn Tulfo, ACT CIS Partylist, was then called to seek legal advice on Clark and Sarah’s annulment.
  • For the second complaint, a continuation of a complaint first heard in Raffy Tulfo in Action’s counterpart afternoon program, Wanted Sa Radyo, alias “Nitz,” found out that the person who impregnated her is her biological father. Alongside Nitz is her mother. Nitz sought the immediate return of her child, who is currently staying with her father.
  • For the next complaint, Mr. Jecris Bustillo, on behalf of the other “returning residents” who were obliged to stay in Shell Quarantine Facility in San Miguel Leyte and finish a 14-day mandatory quarantine, complained over the facilities’ nasty state, including the comfort rooms. According to the complainant, since day 1 of their mandatory quarantine, the facility was already untidy and unclean.
  • Also, there is a sudden water supply interruption in the facility, as per Jecris. There is also a lack of cleaning materials in the facility where Jecris and other returning residents stay.
  • Mr. Nicki Lapidario, officer-in-charge (OIC) of the abovementioned facility, Dra. Michelle Sanchez, Municipal Health Officer of San Miguel Leyte, and Mr. Julius Ambida, San Miguel Leyte Municipal Environmental and Natural Resources Office head was phoned regarding the complaint.
  • After the commercial break, Sahara Belong, who complained over the ineffective drainage system that caused month-long flooding in their predominantly Muslim-resided community, made an update on the promise uttered by their city mayor to act on the issue swiftly.
  • For the next complaint, 14-year-old Airene complained against her mother, Mrs. Nerissa Ira, over a misunderstanding. The respondent belied her daughter’s claims. Airene’s lesbian live-in partner, Regiene Almira, was also given the opportunity to discuss the issue. After exchanging words, to hear both sides, Nerissa seeks DSWD to meddle and somehow correct her arrogant, hardheaded, and disrespectful daughter’s ways. With this, Region IV-A DSWD Dir. Lucia Almeda was phoned to do an assessment, visit, and counseling on Airene.

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.