Pres. Duterte attends GMA Kapuso reporters’ wedding in Antipolo City

Pres. Duterte attends GMA Kapuso reporters’ wedding in Antipolo City



They say President Rodrigo Roa Duterte is against anything that is connected to media or to be more blunt about it, his detractors has branded hi as someone who is suppressing the freedom of the press as protected by the Philippine Constitution.

But it seems all of these insinuations have melted and actually gives some “political color” when President Duterte was spotted attending the wedding of GMA reporters Rida Reyes and Cedric Castillo in Antipolo City.


As per reports, Reyes and Castillo tied the knot at the Vieux Chalet in Antipolo City.

Pres. Duterte with Steve Dailisan and TV anchors Mel Tiangco and Vicky Morales.
(photo credit to Steve Dailisan)


Castillo proposed to Reyes last December of 2019.

Social media is a buzz when photos have been posted by former GMA reporter Steve Dailisan on Facebook on Saturday, Duterte could be seen posing with Dailisan and TV anchors Mel Tiangco and Vicky Morales.

The President was also seen having pictures with other GMA reporters like JP Soriano and John Consulta, as shown in photos posted by reporter Julius Segovia.


GMA-7 or the KAPUSO network is a known rival of ABS-CBN Channel 2 who is currently beleaguered with its franchise renewal which is still pending in Congress.

As of presstime, there are 11 bills calling for the ABS-CBN legislative franchise renewal pending in the House of Representatives. In the Senate, ally of the Lopez owned TV network has started her committee’s deliberation regarding ABS-CBN’s franchise despite bills are still pending in the lower house.

Also, the Office of the Solicitor General has filed a quo warranto petition before the Supreme Court  calling for the tv network franchise termination for alleged abuses as enumerated in the petition signed by SolGen Jose Calida.







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