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Quiboloy: 'My cases became complicated since Marcos won as President'
Quiboloy: 'My cases became complicated since Marcos won as President'
Quiboloy: 'My cases became complicated since Marcos won as President'
by Mary Antalan06 April 2024
Photo Courtesy: SMNI

Kingdom of Jesus Christ (KOJC) Pastor Apollo Quiboloy on Saturday, April 6, said his cases became complicated when President Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos Jr. won the election.

In his latest statement broadcasted on Sunshine Media Network Inc. (SMNI), Quiboloy also said that things changed when Marcos renewed the Philippines' relationship with the United States.

"Nang pumunta siya ng bansang Amerika, nagbago na po ang ihip ng hangin kasi nang bumalik siya dito kaibigan na niya ang bansang puting Amerika... In-open na na niya ang Pilipinas kaya nagkaroon tayo ng maraming mga Amerikano dito," Quiboloy said.

"Hindi lang po 'yon ang naging open, pati po ako ang kaso ko ay naging complicated dahil isinama na po sa sitwasyon na mga puting 'yan ay naririto at ako ay hinigi na nila sa kamay ng rehiming Marcos," he continued.


Quiboloy has been on the Federal Bureau of Investigation's wanted list "for his alleged participation in a labor trafficking scheme" that brought church members to the US via fraudulent visas and allegedly forced them to solicit donations to be used to finance church operations and the lavish lifestyles of its leaders.

The religious pastor claimed he has been under surveillance by the FBI and the Central Intelligence Agency. "Diyan sa aking compund mayroon nang mga drones araw at gabi gawa po ng mga puti 'yun. Pagkatapos po naghanda kami kasi ayaw nila ang tianatawag na extradition."

According to him, the Philippines had an extradition treaty with the US, but the US allegedly did not agree as it wanted an "extraordinary rendition."

Quiboloy noted that there was a two-million-dollar bounty for whoever will hand him over to the US.


"Araw at gabi ay mayroon po kaming paghahandang ginagawa na ano mang oaras na kami'y lusubin illegally kami po ay tatayo sa aming mga paa, tatayo at ipagtatanggol namin ang aming sarili at ang aming mga propriyedad na gusto nilang lusubin," he added.

Before this, the KOJC leader clarified that he was not hiding and he was only protecting himself against American authorities who allegedly wanted to expedite him.

Last February, Marcos uttered that no one plans to assassinate Quiboloy, and he urged him to appear before the hearing in the Senate as well as in the House of Representatives.

The Senate and House of Representatives had served a warrant of arrest to Quiboloy after repeatedly not appearing on the scheduled hearings involving his religious group.


Earlier this April, a Davao court issued a warrant of arrest against the controversial [astit] and five others over charges of child abuse.

In a video message, Senator Risa Hontiveros cited the willingness of Davao police to work with other law enforcement agencies in arresting Quiboloy.

"Tiwala ako na matutupad ito at mahuhuli si Quiboloy," she said. "Once he is arrested, the Senate Committee on Women, Children, Family Relations, and Gender Equality will expect his appearance in our next hearing."

A KOJC associate was recently nabbed by authorities, while two others surrendered last Wednesday, April 3.

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