No threat to Quiboloy's life, says PNP

No threat to Quiboloy’s life, says PNP

By: - Reporter / @FArgosinoINQ
/ 03:53 PM February 22, 2024

PHOTO: Apollo Quiboloy STORY: No threat to Quiboloy’s life, says PNP

The Philippine National Police (PNP) says it has not intercepted information indicating threats to the life of Kingdom of Jesus Christ (KJC) leader Apollo Quiboloy. (INQUIRER FILE PHOTO)

MANILA, Philippines — The Philippine National Police (PNP) said it has not intercepted any information indicating threats to the life of Kingdom of Jesus Christ (KJC) sect leader and alleged sex offender Apollo Quiboloy.

Quiboloy has claimed a plot to have him killed that’s why he went into hiding despite a subpoena having been issued to him to appear before a Senate investigation into his and his KJC’s alleged crimes against women and children.


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“But if Pastor Quiboloy has a basis for what he’s saying, we are ready to provide appropriate security upon his request. But this extends to everyone, whether government officials or ordinary citizens,” the PNP spokesperson, Col. Jean Fajardo, said in a press briefing.

In an audio statement released Wednesday, Quiboloy accused the United States government of orchestrating a plan to assassinate him. He said the supposed scheme would involve hit men storming his compound to kidnap and eventually murder him.

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He implicated President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. in the kill plot, claiming Marcos was conspiring with the US to execute it.

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


Quiboloy’s assertions, however, came later Wednesday after the Senate issued the second subpoena requiring him to attend the hearing of the Committee on Women, Children, Family Relations and Gender Equality led by Sen. Risa Hotniveros.

The Senate issued the first subpoena against Quiboloy on Monday, Feb. 19.

Senate President Juan Miguel Zubiri issued both subpoenas.

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