Iglesia ni Cristo (INC) reportedly lobbying for non-renewal of ABS-CBN's franchise

Iglesia ni Cristo (INC) reportedly lobbying for non-renewal of ABS-CBN's franchise

There are celebrities and politicians that are splashing mainstream media asking the support for the renewal of the legislative franchise of the giant TV network that is the Lopez owned ABS-CBN.
Apparently there are those who also are moving that is making sure that the TV giant never air again after its expiration of its franchise this coming March 20, 2020.

As per report in Politiko, influential religious group Iglesia ni Cristo is reportedly lobbying the non-renewal of the legislative franchise of the Lopez owned ABS-CBN channel 2. The top honchos of the House of Representative leaders recently met with the Iglesia ni Cristo to express strong opposition to the approval of the 10 pending bills that seek to give the Lopez-owned channel 2.
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INC apparently had some beef with ABS-CBN for tarnishing its name not so long ago.
The INC leadership did not like the way AbS-CBN sensationalized the feud between the INC Executive Minister Eduardo Manalo with his mother Cristina “Ka Tenny” Manalo and his younger brother Felix Nathaniel “Ka Angel” Manalo.
As the story goes, Ka Tenny and Ka Angel were reportedly expelled by Ka Eduardo from the INC upon the recommendation of the group’s “Sanggunian” for allegedly “sowing disunity” in the church.

The INC’s Sanggunian is reportedly not happy with how ABS-CBN handled the coverage of the Manalo siblings’ feud.
Flexing its 2-3 million registered voters, it wants to influence the members of the House of Representatives.
As per Politiko/Abante, a document they obtained shows that not a single bill seeking to grant a fresh 25-year franchise to the Kapamilya network is in the agenda of the legislative franchise panel chaired Palawan Rep. Franz “Chicoy” Alvarez this February 5.

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