The return of Mike Abe to television and radio
MIKE ABE – The veteran broadcaster has finally returned to television and radio after walking out of SMNI last July.
Abe, a veteran broadcast journalist, made headlines months ago following his walkout and live resignation at a program of Sonshine Media Network International, a television network owned by the controversial religious leader, Pastor Apollo Quiboloy.
This was after Abe and Quiboloy had an argument about the first State of the Nation Address (SONA) of President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr.
According to Abe, who’s a supporter of PBBM, the current president has a lot of good plans that would benefit the Filipinos.
But for Quiboloy, a staunch supporter and close friend of ex-President Rodrigo Duterte, his plans will not prosper if the rebellion won’t get eliminated.
Quiboloy said that PBBM should have mentioned his stand against rebellion so that the public knows he’s continuing what Duterte has started.
All of a sudden, Abe thanked Quiboloy, “dropped” his microphone, and walked out.
It can be seen in the background that Quiboloy is trying to calm Abe but the latter continued with his act.
Meanwhile, after a few weeks of rest, broadcaster Mike Abe has returned to television and radio.
Now, he’s part of the state-owned media, PTV.
He’s excited to work with his new network.
“Kaya yung sinasabi ko na maraming pasaway ay sasawayin natin at ating ipapaliwanag kung bakit sila pasaway,” he said.
“In other words, gusto kong tumulong sa Marcos administration, ihahayag natin ‘yung mga totoong nangyayari,” he added.
Quiboloy has yet to give any statement regarding Mike Abe’s decision to transfer to PTV.
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