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Raffy Tulfo In Action: Japanese Husband Abandoned By His Filipina Wife And Went To Another Man Part 2 | December 19, 2018

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Here is the continuation of yesterday’s video we entitled “Japanese Husband Abandoned By His Filipina Wife And Went To Another Man”.


Yesterday’s episode ended with a question:

“Patuloy na nga ba silang mangungulila sa kanilang ina o pagbibigyan ni Rodina ang hiling ng kanilang mga anghel na bumalik siya para magkasama-sama muli sila?

Mabuo pa kaya ang pamilya Tejima ngayong Pasko?”

In this Part 2, Mrs. Rodina Tejima is also in the studio of Wanted sa Radyo to face the complaint thrown to her by her husband.

Before Mr. Raffy Tulfo started ask her questions, she was asked by the show host to have a look to her four kids who were all crying at that very moment.

Then she was asked by idol Raffy the very obvious question.

“Ma’am bakit mo sila iniwan?” asked Mr. Tulfo.

“Pagod na po ako sa kaniya sir, punong puno na po ako sir,” Rodina replied.

“Kasi po nung time na yun lumaki po ako na walang magulang so since na siya ang nakilala ko I thought na sya na talaga. Naging center po sya ng buhay ko pero absolutely na nahuhuli ko syang may babae, binubogbog nya po, tanong nyo po sa mga anak ko,” she added.

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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