Jay Sonza slams TV Patrol over alleged fake news report about the teacher's protest in Quezon City - The Daily Sentry

Sunday, July 8, 2018



Jay Sonza slams TV Patrol over alleged fake news report about the teacher's protest in Quezon City



Former GMA Network talk show host and veteran journalist Jay Sonza lambasted TV Patrol of ABS-CBN news for spreading fake news about the alleged mass rally of Quezon City teachers.
Jay Sonza / Photo from Trendolizer

In his Facebook post, Sonza calls the attention of the people in front and behind of TV Patrol not to disrespect the things they worked hard to build and accumulated which is the respect of the Filipinos to the mainstream media.

According to his post, the Quezon City teachers were having a mass rally due to the delay of their allowances and benefits from the government, however, TV patrol reported that the teachers were against the plan for drug testing.
Jay Sonza / Photo from MSN.com

Bakit iniulat ninyo na ang layun ng kanilang kilos protesta ay dahil sa tutol sila sa DRUG TESTING NG MGA GURO?,” Sonza said.

Read his full Facebook post below:

"SA MGA TAONG NASA LIKOD AT HARAP NG TV PATROL.

Huwag naman ninyong bastusin ang pinaghirapan naming ipundar simula noong Pebrero 1989 hanggang dumating kayo diyan.

IYONG MGA TITSER SA QUEZON CITY NAG MASS ACTION DAHIL SA 9 MONTHS DELAYED ANG KANILANG ALLOWANCES AT IBA PANG BENEPISYO.

Bakit iniulat ninyo na ang layun ng kanilang kilos protesta ay dahil sa tutol sila sa DRUG TESTING NG MGA GURO?

Dugo at pawis ang ipinuhunan ko (Jay Sonza, executive producer, Headwriter & Director), katuwang sina Angelique Lazo at Mel Tiangco (Associate Producers), Franky Evangelista (Assistant Program & Production Director), Jimmy Navarro (Program & Production Chief), Angelo Castro, Jr. (Director) DZMM Radyo Patrol Reporters (Jun Ricafrente, Claude Vitug & Co.), Joe Diamse, Jun Loyola, Jun del Rosario at iba pang pang-gabing reporter at crew).

MAHIYA NAMAN KAYO.

Heto ang patotoo mula sa isang titser ng QC. MARIFE L. MOLINA: "True po! kasi 7mos ng delayed ang allowance namin..ung Iba November last year pa ang huling nakuha..inlipat kasi ni mayor ang allowance para daw mapabuti..dati sa landbank po un.kung madelay po dati, 1 to 2wks lang po Kung madelay.ngaun halos isang taon.mukhang napasama po ang paglipat ni mayor. ang mahal p po ng change pag nag withdraw.15pesos per transaction"

One teacher from Quezon City named Delsie Nulada Murillo also posted on Facebook saying their rally was meant for salary increase in all public schools and additional allowances.



Source: Jay Sonza | Facebook