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Journalists covering Marawi crisis want soldiers to be their protector, yaya?

A recent post from a certain personality from NUJP earned the ire of Thinking Pinoy.

Here's what TP said in his Facebook page:
In a press statement, NUJP said, "Nonetheless, the incident starkly shows how dangerous the situation is for journalists on the ground... May we... ask the security forces in Marawi to further ensure the journalists’ safety as their presence in Marawi and the work they do are vital."

TP : Yung mga sundalo mismo, hindi alam kung uuwing buhay o hindi, tapos tang ina, gusto niyo pang gawing yaya?


It also earned the ire of netizens who are concern of the welfare and safety of the soldiers fighting for our country.

"Dalawang bagay NUJP:
1. Huwag niyong hayaang nasa area ng putukan yang mga mediamen ninyo.
2. I-equip niyo sila ng vest at kung anu ano pang protective gear dahil responsibilidad yan ng kumpanyang pinapasukan nila.
Yun lang po tang ina niyo," Iyham Duenas said.


"NUJP, did the government even ask media to send their field reporters or journalists to Marawi for you to be asking security forces to ensure journalists' safety?!?! 😡 No matter how "vital" you deem their work to be, it IS NOT and WILL NEVER BE worth risking a soldier's life just to "ensure any journalist's safety" IN ANY WARZONE!!! 😡 Who gave you the asinine idea that a journalist's life is more valuable than a soldier's esp. in the battlefield?!?! 😡😡😡 @&#!?%$!," Tiffany Uy Ong Lu said.


NUJP hwag kayong maging pabigat sa mga sundalo sa Marawi!

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