Pastor Apollo Quiboloy Condemns Loren Legarda’s Statement of “Support” on CPP-NPA-NDF

Quiboloy on Loren Legarda: “I feel so disheartened and disappointed because I look at her as a personal close friend”

PASTOR APOLLO QUIBOLOY – The controversial religious leader condemned the statement of Senator Loren Legarda on CPP-NPA-NDF.

Pastor Apollo Quiboloy and Loren Legarda
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The leader of the Kingdom of Jesus Christ (KOJC) warned that he will campaign against the senator because of her “support” for the CPP-NPA-NDF.

This was after the incumbent senator, admitted that she once worked with the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP).

“I have worked with the NDF and I’m not ashamed of it. I agreed with them on many subject matters that are close to our hearts,” she said.

According to her, there’s no law proving that the leftists are “enemies of the state.”

Quiboloy did not like the statement of Loren Legarda whom he supported several times in her candidacy.

“We’re on the opposite side now and I know where she stands, she is really an advocate of the other side,” Quiboloy said.

“Bilang senador, pinagkakatiwalaan ka namin pagkatapos ‘yung stand mo ganun? I feel so disheartened and disappointed because I look at her as a personal close friend,” he added.

Quiboloy then promised that he will campaign against Legarda the next time she run for a national position because of her stand.

Loren Legarda has yet to issue any statement with regard to the message of Pastor Apollo Quiboloy.

Meanwhile, the Communist Party of the Philippines-New People’s Army (CPP-NPA) rebellion is the world’s longest ongoing communist insurgency and is the largest, most prominent communist conflict in the Philippines.

The history of the rebellion can be traced back to March 29, 1969, when Jose Maria Sison’s newly formed CPP entered an alliance with a small armed group led by Bernabe Buscayno.

Buscayno’s group was renamed the New People’s Army (NPA) and became the armed wing of the CPP.

National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP), on the other hand, serves as the political wing of the CPP.

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