Marawi Hostage Survivor, Teachers Share Stories of Hope and Survival with Juday in ‘Paano Kita Mapapasalamatan’

Four teachers will share their inspiring stories about how their love for teaching served as their strength amid difficult times in this Saturday’s (November 21) episode of “Paano Kita Mapasasalamatan” on A2Z channel, which is now seen on digital TV boxes such as ABS-CBN TVplus.

Judy Ann Santos-Agoncillo’s docu-drama will tell the stories of Lordvinn Acopio, Aljo Catedral, Michael Brizal, and Jonathan Almirante, teachers turned modern-day heroes who have helped each other through challenges and proved that religion should not hinder one’s right to education.

Lordvinn, one of the hostages during the 2017 Marawi siege, was forced to play the role of a doctor in order to save his life. Aljo, his co-teacher, was able to escape Marawi and assured Lordvinn’s family that their son would make it out alive.

Aljo, meanwhile, will pay tribute to a friend who helped him realize his passion for teaching, while Michael will share his own traumatic experience in Marawi and starting over in a new city.

The episode will also shed light on Jonathan’s pursuit to solve the massive flooding in a public school in Cavite, where he is a grade three science teacher. By solving the flooding issue in their school, Jonathan hopes to provide a better learning environment for his students.

Juday continues to share real-life stories of hope and compassion in “Paano Kita Mapasasalamatan” every Saturday at 6:45 PM on A2Z channel.

Digital TV box users can scan and look for A2Z channel in Metro Manila and in some parts of Cavite, Laguna, Quezon, Rizal, Bataan, Batangas, Bulacan, and Pampanga.

Viewers can also watch the show on Saturday at 7 PM on Kapamilya Channel (SKYcable channel 8 on SD and channel 167 on HD, Cablelink channel 8, G Sat channel 22, and most cable operators under the Philippine Cable and Telecommunications Association PCTA nationwide), on Kapamilya Online Live on ABS-CBN Entertainment’s YouTube channel and Facebook page, and on the iWantTFC app (iOs and Android) and on Viewers outside of the Philippines can also catch it on The Filipino Channel on cable and IPTV.

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