INQToday: Trafficking, abuse raps filed vs Quiboloy in Pasig, Davao | Inquirer News

INQToday: Trafficking, abuse raps filed vs Quiboloy in Pasig, Davao

/ 12:21 PM March 20, 2024

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

Trafficking, abuse raps filed vs Quiboloy in Pasig, Davao

The legal troubles of televangelist Apollo Quiboloy continue to multiply as a nonbailable trafficking charge has been brought against him in a Pasig City court, on top of sexual abuse and child abuse cases in Davao City, the Department of Justice said on Tuesday.


On the same day, the Senate issued a warrant for the Kingdom of Jesus Christ (KOJC) founder’s arrest for “unduly refusing to appear despite due notices” at the inquiry into sexual abuse and trafficking allegations made by his former followers against him and his sect.


Chinese embassy in PH blames US anew for South China Sea tension

The Chinese Embassy in the Philippines on Tuesday blamed the United States (US) anew for allegedly “provoking” the recent tense situation in the South China Sea.

In a statement posted on X (formerly Twitter), an unnamed spokesperson of the Chinese Embassy said that Beijing is not responsible for the recent situation in the disputed waters, which the Philippines calls the West Philippine Sea.

VP Sara: Now is the time to focus on addressing country’s problems

Vice President Sara Duterte said in a statement on Tuesday that both President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. and former President Rodrigo Duterte were both men who had hearts that respected a woman’s will.

“On separate occasions, the President and the former President similarly expressed concerns over my well-being. I assured them that I would take care of myself as I carry out my duties and responsibilities as Vice President and the Secretary of the Department of Education,” Vice President Duterte said in a video posted on her official Facebook page.

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TAGS: abuse, Apollo Quiboloy, Bongbong Marcos, Rodrigo Duterte, Sara Duterte, South China Sea

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