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Communication woes postpone Bongbong Marcos’ radio interview

/ 09:08 AM January 28, 2022
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Former Sen. Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr (INQUIRER FILES)

MANILA, Philippines — Presidential candidate  Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr.’s scheduled radio interview on Friday was postponed due to communication issues.

According to radio station DZBB, Rey Briones, head of Marcos Jr.’s communications group, informed them of the difficulty to contact the presidential aspirant from his location in Davao.

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“Hindi po natin makakapanayam ngayong umaga sa ‘Ikaw Na Ba: The Presidential Interview’ si dating Sen. Bongbong Marcos,” DZBB said in a statement.

(We will not be able to interview former senator Bongbong Marcos this morning on ‘Ikaw Na Ba: The Presidential Interview’.)

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“Batay sa impormasyong ipinaabot ni Mr. Rey Briones, pinuno ng communications group ni Marcos, hirap daw pong ma-contact ang dating senador sa lugar na kinaruruonan niya ngayon sa Davao,” the radio station added.

(Based on the information relayed to us by Mr. Rey Briones, head of Marcos’ communications group, there are difficulties in contacting the former senator from his current location in Davao.)

Nonetheless, DZBB said Marcos Jr. is willing to schedule an interview on February 2.

“Sa February 2 ay naka-schedule sa ‘Ikaw Na Ba’ si Manila Mayor Isko Moreno,” DZBB said.

(Manila mayor Isko Moreno is scheduled for ‘Ikaw Na Ba’ on February 2.)

“Gayunpaman, patuloy po ang pakikipag-ugnayan namin sa kampo ni dating Sen. Bongbong Marcos upang mahanapan ng panibagong schedule ang panayam nya dito sa ‘Ikaw Na Ba’,” the radio station added.

(Nonetheless, we are still in coordination with Sen. Bongbong Marcos’ camp so we can book a new schedule for his interview on ‘Ikaw Na Ba’.)

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