Here is the continuation of last year’s and the third part of the video we entitled “Japanese Husband Abandoned By His Filipina Wife And Went To Another Man”.
- Japanese Husband Abandoned By His Filipina Wife And Went To Another Man Part 1
- Japanese Husband Abandoned By His Filipina Wife And Went To Another Man Part 2
After several weeks had past and our favorite TV program made a followup video and this time it centers on the living situation of the Japanese national Mr. Hiroyuki Saito Tejima along with his kids.
Just for a memory refresh, Mr. Tejima was abandoned by his Filipina wife, Mrs. Rodina Tejima and choose to live with another man (You may visit the links above to watch the full video).
Before the calendar hits December 25 last year which was the Christmas, the team Raffy Tulfo in Action visited the place where the family Tejima lives in Brgy. Langkaan II, Dasmarinas City.
The reporter in-charge made a quick tour of the house of the Tejimas and the father of the family said that they’re currently in good condition.
“Since nagtulong si sir Raffy, medyo ok naman po, luwag na kami,” Mr. Tejima said.
Of course, the best part of this video and since Christmas still fresh are the gifts sent by idol Raffy.
The family received gifts like flat screen TV, laptop, cellphone and many more.
They also received help for paying their 3-month due for the house rent.
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 Niña 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.