Daluz, Inday Nita
Inday Nita Daluz (Nenita Cortes Daluz) was once a radio broadcaster who changed into a number one Marcos critic and opposition chief in Cebu. She was once born on 25 November 1938 in Cogon, Compostela, Cebu to Rosa Cortes and Jose Pascual. She died on 29 August 2007 in Cebu Town. She was once married to Jose Daluz Jr, with whom she had 4 kids. Her two brothers Willy Cortes and Leo Cortes had been additionally radio writers and administrators. She attended the Tejero Nationwide Prime Faculty.
Inday Nita was once a teen within the Fifties when she started her radio occupation on DYRC as a drama skill in Ikaw ang Langit Ko (You’re my Heaven), written by means of Susana de Guzman. She then co-hosted a counselling program with Iyo Karpo, the radio title of Wenceslao Ben Zubiri, composer of the preferred Cebuano love track Matud Nila (They Say) and already a well-liked radio character even prior to International Struggle II. Quickly the station control gave Inday Nita her personal program shelling out recommendation on marriage and relationships. She additionally emceed an beginner making a song contest and realized to put in writing and direct techniques.
She was once nonetheless with DYRC when then President Ferdinand Marcos declared martial regulation on 21 September 1972, shutting down all media operations for a number of weeks till the federal government had put all media beneath the keep an eye on of the Division of Nationwide Protection and the Division of Public Data. She due to this fact joined DYRE. Within the Nineteen Eighties, Inday Nita rose to the location of station supervisor of DYRE. Via this time, she had additionally turn into a political commentator. She and different radio commentators Tony Avila, Migs Enriquez, and David Ompoc had been essential of then President Ferdinand Marcos and different tough politicians.
Her transition from in style radio character to opposition chief got here on 21 September 1980, the 8th anniversary of the declaration of martial regulation. Within the public affairs program Kon Ako’y Pangutan-on (If You Ask Me), which she co-hosted with Avila, she aired a prayer rally arranged by means of native political opposition leaders Antonio Cuenco, Valentino Legaspi, and Vicente del Rosario and Manila-based politicians Salvador Laurel and Eva Estrada Kalaw. She then criticized the silence of alternative radio stations that have shyed away from protecting anti-Marcos protests. She additionally censured the federal government’s Broadcast Media Council for reprimanding reporters and perilous closure of media shops essential of Marcos. Whilst she was once at the air, squaddies bearing lengthy hands raided the station and arrested her throughout the announcer’s sales space. The incident and the screams of her babies who had been within the studio had been heard at the air as she steered her technician to not transfer off the transmitter.
The army accused Inday Nita and her colleagues of organizing freedom marches and of being infiltrated by means of communists or of being communists themselves. They had been detained at Camp Lapu-Lapu in Cebu Town on fees of inciting to sedition. Launched from her 38-day detention, she grew to become down an be offering to control a radio station taken over by means of a Marcos crony. 3 months later, DYRB employed her as station supervisor. She resumed her denunciation of state repression and human rights violations at the air however was once cautioned by means of the station control to criticize most effective low-ranking army staff. The station fired her when she refused to tone down her criticisms.
In 1984 Inday Nita ran because the lone opposition candidate beneath the Panaghiusa (Cohesion) birthday party and received as an assemblywoman of the Batasang Pambansa (Nationwide Meeting), serving till the EDSA rebellion of 1986 overthrew Marcos. New president Corazon Aquino then appointed her undersecretary of the Ministry of Inner and Native Govt. In 1987, she served as director of the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Administrative center. In the similar yr she ran unsuccessfully for the congressional seat of Cebu’s 5th district. After dropping in 1988 in her Cebu gubernatorial bid in opposition to Emilio Osmeña, she retired from politics and returned to radio. She co-hosted with print and radio journalist Elias Baquero this system Bayan Muna Bago Sarili (Nation Ahead of Self) on DYRF from 1988 to 1989. In 2001, Daluz joined the DYDD Bantay Radio Community. In spite of her declining well being, she persisted to anchor her radio program till her demise in 2005 on the age of 68.
The Cebu provincial govt posthumously known Inday Nita Daluz in 2012 for her contributions to Cebu’s song, leisure, and media all over the yr’s Garbo sa Sugbo (Delight in Cebu) party. Cebu’s oldest English-language day-to-day, The Freeman, integrated her in its checklist of 100 individuals that “made an enormous affect at the lives of Cebuanos” to mark the newspaper’s centennial celebrations in 2019.
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