News anchor Noli de Castro recently affirmed his loyalty to his home network ABS-CBN after proudly stating on his TeleRadyo radio program, Kabayan, that he will remain a “Kapamilya forever.”
On his Wednesday episode of Kabayan, he answered a listener’s request, asking him to remain an anchorman in the broadcast giant’s flagship newscast TV Patrol.
“Ako po ang tunay na Kapamilya forever,” he said.
“Nagsimula ako dito nung nagsimula ang ABS-CBN after mag-Martial Law. Martial Law na naman nandito pa ako,” he joked.
The former vice president continued to joke, saying that since ABS-CBN was closed down, it seems like Martial Law was imposed once again.
“Ako ang totoong sinasabi ko, Kapamilya forever. Yung iba sinasabi hindi naman pala forever, wala naman forever kasi,” he ended.
The veteran newsman’s affirmation came almost a month after his co-anchor Ted Failon bid his home network for 30 years farewell.
Failon recently signed a contract with TV5’s Radyo5 to host a morning news program, bringing along DJ Chacha, who was his radio partner in his previous ABS-CBN’s DZMM show, Failon Ngayon.