Citing safety, colleagues of slain radioman refuse to go to work
Colleagues of slain broadcaster Christopher Lozada refused to report for work, fearing for their safety after the radio anchor was shot dead by armed men in Bislig City in Surigao del Sur province on Tuesday night, an official of Prime Broadcasting Network (PBN) said.
In a text message, Edgar Delivo, PBN chief executive officer, said members of his station’s public affairs team feared that they would be targeted by assassins.
He said anchors Bong Nokil of the daily morning program Kamatuoran (Truth) and Chris Galvez of Krusada (Crusade), which airs from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. daily, were not reporting for work after Lozada’s murder.
“There was this rumor that they (kille…
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