INQToday: Too many women fight over me, ‘pinag-aagawan ako’ - Quiboloy on rape | Inquirer News

INQToday: Too many women fight over me, ‘pinag-aagawan ako’ – Quiboloy on rape

/ 06:54 PM February 21, 2024

Here’s a quick roundup of today’s top stories:

Quiboloy on rape: Too many women fight over me, ‘pinag-aagawan ako’

Pastor Apollo Quiboloy has refuted the sexual abuse allegations made by former members of his religious sect.


He made his denial in a 36-minute video statement on Wednesday.


Quiboloy admits he is in hiding amid kill plot

Amid pressure from both the Senate and the House of Representatives for him to face their hearings, Apollo Quiboloy, a pastor of the Kingdom of Jesus Christ (KJC) based in Davao City, admitted being in hiding due to a supposed plot to have him killed.

In a 36-minute voice message uploaded on YouTube on Wednesday morning, Quiboloy accused the United States government of orchestrating an assassination plot against him.

Hontiveros on Quiboloy: ‘I’ll cite him for contempt, have him arrested’

The Senate has issued a fresh subpoena against alleged sex offender Apollo Quiboloy.

It has directed the religious leader to appear before the chamber’s public hearing on March 5.

US Embassy ‘confident’ Quiboloy will ‘face justice for heinous crimes’

The United States (US) Embassy in the Philippines said on Wednesday that they are confident that religious leader Apollo Quiboloy will face justice for his “heinous crimes.”

Despite repeated denial from Quiboloy himself, the embassy maintained that Quiboloy has engaged in rights abuses, including rape of girls.


57 lawmakers sign manifesto vs ex-Pres. Duterte’s Mindanao republic idea

A total of 57 lawmakers have signed a manifesto rejecting the proposal of former President Rodrigo Duterte for a separate Mindanao Republic.

The signatories include 53 legislators representing different districts in Mindanao.

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Bill reinstating divorce now brought to House plenary

A bill that seeks to reinstate divorce was brought to the House plenary for consideration and debate during Tuesday’s session.

House Bill (HB) No. 9349 or the Absolute Divorce Act, as contained in Committee Report No. 962, was sponsored by different lawmakers — including staunch divorce advocate Albay 2nd District Rep. Edcel Lagman, Cebu 3rd District Rep. Pablo John Garcia, Negros Occidental 4th District Rep. Juliet Ferrer, and Gabriela party-list Rep. Arlene Brosas.

TAGS: Apollo Quiboloy, divorce, Divorce bill, Divorce Law, House of Representatives, Kingdom of Jesus Christ, Risa Hontiveros, Rodrigo Duterte, Sexual abuse, US Embassy

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