Kakampinks Chanting in Front of Iglesia ni Cristo Chapel Criticized by INC Members

Some Kakampinks flock in front of an INC chapel and chant the names of Leni-Kiko tandem

KAKAMPINKS VS INC – Some Kakampinks were criticized by the members of Iglesia ni Cristo after they were caught on camera chanting for the Leni-Kiko tandem in front of their chapel.

Kakampinks vs INC
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Days before the May 9 elections, religious group Iglesia ni Cristo or INC endorsed the candidacy of presidential aspirant Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. and vice-presidential aspirant Sara Duterte.

Apparently, some supporters of the Robredo-Pangilinan tandem, known as Kakampinks, were against the endorsement of INC.

Recently, a netizen named Nelski Duran took to social media wherein he posted some photos of Kakampinks in front of an INC chapel.

“Buong galang at maluwag na tinanggap ng Pamamahala ng Iglesia Ni Cristo si VP Leni Robredo sa aming tanggapan. Ngunit bakit kailangang humantong sa ganitong pangyayari? Nakakahapis ng damdamin,” Duran said.

In another photo, a tarpaulin of Robredo can be seen being displayed in front of an INC chapel.

Meanwhile, in a video, some Kakampinks can be heard chanting in front of a chapel.


They were singing the campaign jingle made by Gab Valenciano.

However, some members of Iglesia ni Cristo did not like what Kakampinks’ have done.

“May on-going na Pamamahayag ng mga Salita ng Diyos habang ginagawa nila yan – Malinaw na disrtubing the ceremonies,” a netizen named Eric Estillero said.

The law forbids anyone to interfere with religious worship and the perpetrator might be punished.

The management of INC has yet to issue any statement with regards to the stint of some Kakampinks.

Meanwhile, the May 9, 2022 elections kick off today.

In line with this, President Rodrigo Duterte declared Election Day a special non-working holiday so that Filipinos can exercise the right to vote.

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