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Desperado na! ABS-CBN, nahuling dinadaya ang sariling online campaign para sa franchise nito

In the last few weeks, the National Telecommunication Commission (NTC) ordered ABS-CBN to stop its operation due to its franchise expiration.
So, the supporters of the Kapamilya Network are working to restore its operation. Viral in the social media that an online petition aiming to bring ABS-CBN back to its operation reached to 1 million signatures.

“To the members of the House of Representatives, We, the employees of ABS-CBN, call for the immediate discussion and passing of the renewal of the ABS-CBN Franchise. We are among the thousands who are worried and will be affected if ABS-CBN shuts down. We all have families who depend on our work. We want ABS-CBN to continue its operations, not only because it serves as our main source of livelihood, but because for most of us, the company’s happy working environment and the management’s fair practices have encouraged us to continue to be in the service of the Filipino. We believe that your compassion and care for us workers will prevail and that you will listen to our call for the good of all.” according to the online petition.

Because of this unbelievable news, we have a number of netizens who have looked into the legitimacy or any verification of the signatures in the online petition website.

One of the netizens who investigated was Radio Host Mark Lopez. According to Lopez, he tried to sign the petition 3 times and the system accepted it.

“Ayan, suportado ko ang petition ng ABS CBN! Gamit ko lang isang smartphone, pero 3 kagad entries ko! Ayos, mukhang nakadagdag ako sa 1 Million na nag submit ng entry. Husay ng propaganda!” said Lopez.

Lopez's social media post includes a screenshot of his entry or signature on the online petition.

Desperado na! ABS-CBN, nahuling dinadaya ang sariling online campaign para sa franchise nito Desperado na! ABS-CBN, nahuling dinadaya ang sariling online campaign para sa franchise nito Reviewed by AsianPolicy.Press on 5:54:00 PM Rating: 5

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