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PO3 Gusto Ng Visitation Rights, Sustento Muna Sabi Ng Kaniyang Live-in Partner

by | Posted on: January 16th, 2019 | No Comments | Public Affairs Program
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PO3 Richard EMohammad visited the show of Wanted sa Radyo seeking help to see his minor child from his live-in partner.

Note: The video above is a direct link from Raffy Tulfo In Action Official Youtube page.

However, the mother, Ms. Judith Fabillar just have a condition in order to grant his request. That is for him to remit his financial obligation to their child.

According to PO3 EMohammad, he is doing his financial obligation like buying a sack of rice, giving birthday party to his child and even paying the salary of their kid’s nanny.

Yet, it seems that Ms. Fabillar isn’t really convinced on his explanation.

“Ibigay nya ang tamang sustento ni Aladdin ipapahiram ko sa kaniya ang anak nya,” Ms. Fabillar said.

“Hindi po ako nagkulang ng sustento sir, from the start,” PO3 Richard replied back.

Mr. Tulfo asked the Ms. Judith how much she need from her partner as his financial support.

“Eight thousand po,” she said.

PO3 EMohammad made a bargain to lower it to just five thousand.

Mr. Tulfo seems can’t believe what he just heard considering that he is the biological father of the child.

Watch the entire video above the know their entire story.

Wanted sa Radyo with the tagline “Kakampi ng mga Inaapi” which is a public affairs program that airs every weekdays (Mondays to Fridays) at 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM (PHI time).

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 NiƱa Taduran as both personalities looks into mistreatment, corruption and oppression.

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

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