Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO) Assistant Secretary Kris Ablan and broadcast journalist Wheng Hidalgo are back in the capital city of Manila to discuss the nation’s woes, in and out of the country. One of these is the complaint of Ms. Honey Jane Candia, daughter of overseas Filipino worker (OFW) Arien Aclon who is imprisoned in Kuwait for two years now. Arien is a domestic worker in the gulf state.
In our Post Mo ‘To segment, Wheng Hidalgo hears our public’s reactions regarding the deployment ban in Kuwait.
Meanwhile, the Pak Buking segment features the obstructions caused by vendors and small food businesses along the University Belt in Manila.
And in our DO30 segment, we focus on the lawless traffic flow or lack thereof in front of the Manila Police District (MPD) caused by road repairs and irresponsible motorists.
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