-Cesar Apolinario just passed away this Friday morning, December 13 at the age of 46
-One of his friends, Steve Dailisan, confirmed the Kapuso reporter's death via social media post
-Mell Navaro, a fellow journalist, also shared the sad news in his Facebook account and sent his condolences to Cesar's family
-Navarro also said that Apolinario had been in a critical condition since Wednesday
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Cesar Apolinario, a 46-year-old GMA News reporter and film director, passed away this Friday, December 13.
KAMI learned that one of his colleagues in GMA-7 confirmed the veteran journalist's passing through a tweet.
"Rest in PEACE, mentor and colleague. No more pain just LOVE and lasting happiness in the arms of God," Steve Dailaisan tweeted.
According to a Facebook post by fellow entertainment writer Mell Navarro, Apolinario had been in a critical condition since Wednesday, December 11.
"Direk Cesar Apolinario has peacefully joined our Creator. According to his close friends, he’s been critical since last Wednesday, December 11."
"Rest well, Direk Cesar, and thanks for the friendship. Our deepest sympathy to the family and relatives."
Cesar Apolinario is a veteran Filipino journalist, producer, and director. He was the of GMA News TV's "iJuander" in 2010. Some of the films that he directed are "Banal," "Estasyon," "Puntod," and "Dance of the Steel Bars."
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