Broadcast Journalist Wheng Hidalgo and Assistant Secretary Kris Ablan return to discuss the nation’s woes, in and out of the country. Today, we revisit the complaint from Ms. Honey Jane Candia, daughter of Overseas Filipino Worker (OFW) and domestic helper Arien Aclon in Kuwait who has been held without salary and seemingly imprisoned.

On our Post Mo ‘To segment, we hear the country’s reactions regarding the possibility of NFA rice shortage in the country.

And for our DO30 segment, we focus on the apparent disregard of the “No Noon Break” law, perpetrated by an employee at the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR). Also, we return to the case of Manila Police District (MPD) stations 6 and 8, regrading their parked police vehicles causing traffic jams in their areas.

Watch out for the next episode of LINYA NG PAGBABAGO to lay hold of more public service stories in this hour-long program every Friday, 10 to 11 in the morning, with simultaneous livestream at PCOO and RTVM Facebook accounts.

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