Quiboloy, sa pagiging "wanted" ng FBI, sinabing siya umano ang 'modern-day Joseph'
- Apollo Quiboloy refers to himself as the "modern day Joseph" who is going through tribulations
- This was after the Federal Bureau of Investigation included him in its wanted list
- Along with being in the wanted list, it also made a "wanted" poster which they uploaded on their official website
- In response to this, Quiboloy referred to the whole incident as a tribulation and also cited Moses' exodus from Egypt where he was chased including Pharaoh's army
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Kingdom of Jesus Christ founder Pastor Apollo Quiboloy has already issued a statement with regards to his inclusion in the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation's (FBI) most wanted list.
The said agency made a poster where the alleged crimes of the religious leader were enumerated.
In response, the pastor likened himself to a modern-day Joseph, and called the issue with the FBI as a sort of "tribulation."
"Tignan nyo ang dinaanan niyang tribulations. Iyan si Joseph. Ay mayroong modern Joseph ngayon," Quiboloy said in ABS-CBN's report.
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He also added that he must go through all those things before the promise of the "Ama" would happen.
"Bago matupad ang ipinangako ng ama sa akin, ang lahat ng ito ay dadaanan ng anak," he said.
In addition, he also cited the story of Moses, who had his exodus from Egypt, but he was chased by Pharoah's army.
"Anong pinagdaanan ni Moses? Hinabol siya ng taga Ehipto, pati army hinabol siya. Hindi niya alam ang gagawin. Pero pag nasa kamay ng Dyos ang isang tao. Do not underestimate, because miracles and miracles will take place," the pastor said..
"Ayaw kong mangyari yan sa humahabol sa akin. Satanas, bumagsak niya. Habol kasi siya ng habol eh... Makikilala ba si PACQ (Pastor Quiboloy) kung walang tribulations?" he asked.
The FBI listed the alleged illegal activities that the Davao City-based Pastor Quiboloy committed on US soil.
Among these is his alleged illegal human trafficking, cash smuggling, fraud and coercion, GMA News reported.
The US federal agency also claimed that church members were forced to participate in sham marriages or get fraudulent visas so they can continue their activities on US soil, Philippine Star reported.
Apollo Carreon Quiboloy is a church leader in the Philippines. He is the leader of the Kingdom of Jesus Christ. He has made claims that he is "The Appointed Son of God" as well as being "The Owner of the Universe".
U.S. prosecutors previously announced that sex-trafficking charges have been filed against Pastor Apollo Quiboloy. The charges stated that girls, as young as 12-year-olds were allegedly coerced to have intercourse with the Kingdom of Jesus Christ, The Name Above Every Name leader. Quiboloy, along with two more US-based church administrators were included in the 74-page indictment charges. The girls were allegedly threatened with eternal damnation if they would not acquiesce to the alleged desires of the church leaders.
Senator Manny Pacquiao made good on his threat to file the criminal case of libel against Pastor Apollo Quiboloy. Earlier, Pastor Quiboloy, the founder and leader of the Kingdom of Jesus Christ church, allegedly said that Sen. Pacquiao is behind the anomalous P3.5 billion Sarangani Sports Complex project. The senator vehemently denied the allegations, saying that Pastor Quiboloy deliberately misled the people by showing old photos of a building built in 1996 at a time when the legislator was still a kid.