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Liza Soberano, Seryoso Na Umapela Sa Gobyerno Sa Kalagitnaan Ng Pagsasara Ng ABS-CBN

Liza Soberano has finally spoken up over the unexpected closure of ABS-CBN Network following the cease-and-desist order released by the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) to stop the operation of the Kapamilya network because of their expired franchise.

Just recently, Liza took social media platforms to make a sincere appeal to the government and lawmakers to grant the franchise of the station to operate for another 25 years or allow them to re-open again on the television.

Liza believes that the higher ranking officials of ABS-CBN Corporation are doing the best that they can do to correct any possible mistake that the station did and also to settle everything to resolve the issue that the broadcasting media giant is facing now.

The beautiful actress also said that if they will allow ABS-CBN to continue again from its operation, she is sure that a lot of people will be happy and will benefit from its services. She added that there’s no employee anymore who might lose their job and there are a lot of people that will be given help.

Liza told,
“I believe that ABS-CBN, the senate and the congress are all doing their best para maayos ang lahat sa tamang paraan at tamang proseso.”

She added,
“Kaya kung mabibigyan ulit ang ABS-CBN ng opportunity to continue serving in the best way it can — by fully operating, im sure maraming empleyado, katulad ko, ng magiging masaya. Walang mawawalan ng trabaho, mas marami ang mabibigyan ng tulong…”

But apart from pleading to the government, the celebrity also stated that instead of hating people, we should just give love and care for each other, especially now that we are facing a pandemic.

 

Earlier to this, Liza seems couldn’t contain her emotion anymore and reacted to the comment of a netizen about the shutdown of ABS-CBN.

What can you say about this? Do you appreciate how Liza Soberano appeals to the government? Kindly share your comments, reactions, and thoughts with us.

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