- Angelica Panganiban enumerated the real issues that hound the country at present
- She said that ABS-CBN is not the enemy, but the virus actually is, and the latter is the one that needs to be put to a stop
- The actress said that freedom is very important for actors and actresses because they also serve as the voice of those who can't speak
- She ultimately said that the issues that must be addressed are free mass testing, ayuda, healthcare system preparedness, loss of jobs and where Filipinos will derive their daily sustenance
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Angelica Panganiban went all out during the LabanKapamilya live on May 12 and expressed her sentiments against the move that brought the closure of ABS-CBN.
According to the 33-year-old actress, the real enemy of the country is not ABS-CBN but it's the virus.
She said that she believes, artists serve as the voice of those who can't speak, the ears of those who can't hear, and the eyes of those who can't see.
She said that it is the Filipino people who are at a losing end.
"Sa pagpapasara nia sa ating tahanan, hindi na po nila kayo binigyan ng kalayaang mamili."
The actress emphasized, "Tandaan sana natin na hindi ABS-CBN ang kalaban ngayon."
She enumerated the pressing issues that must be addressed.
"Ang issue ay free mass testing. Ang issue ay iyong pagbibigay ng ayuda para sa mga mas nangangailangan. Ang issue po ay ang pagiging handa ng ating healthcare system sa isang pandemya. Ang issue ay ang kawalan ng trabaho ng milyun-milyong Pilipino. Ang issue ay kung saan kukuha ng pagkain ang bawat pamilya."
In a previous KAMI report, the hashtag #NoToABSCBNShutDown trended worldwide on Twitter following the cease and desist order and shutdown of the Kapamilya network.
ABS-CBN is one of the most popular media and entertainment outfits in the Philippines. It has produced top-caliber stars, well-loved programs, and timely news. Some of the popular shows are “It’s Showtime” and “TV Patrol.”
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