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DYRD Radio Pulso Program Back with Vengeance

The top-rated commentary/ public affairs program "Pulso" will resume broadcast tomorrow after a weeklong suspension due to its advertisers' withdrawal from the program.

Program host, Kagawad Roberto "Batchoy" Alba said, after meeting commitments to the radio station, the program will be back to its normal broadcast tomorrow, 9 to l0 a.m. right after the no. 1 radio program "Inyong Alagad."

Alba vowed to radio listeners to continue his crusade against bad governance especially on graft and corruption at the local government units.

"No amount of pressure can stop me from this crusade," he stressed.

It maybe recalled that "Pulso" suffered financial set backs after majority of its sponsors terminated their contracts. Alba alleged that his program sponsors were pressured by the office of Tagbilaran Mayor Dan Lim to pull out their support.

The mayor denied having pressured Pulso's advertisers. In fact, he offered to pay and support the radio program if only to be proven "innocent" of the accusations.

Alba thanked the "new breed of advertisers" who are behind his program, most of whom would wish to remain anonymous.

"It is very heart warming to know that the silent majority of the people are behind Pulso's crusade against graft and corruption," Alba concluded as he vowed to be back on air with a renewed commitment to serve the public.

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