ACT Teachers Party-list Representative France Castro to Quiboloy: ‘Huwag ka ngang feelingero’

ACT Teachers Party-list Representative France Castro Slams Quiboloy

FRANCE CASTRO – The ACT Teachers Party-list Representative criticized Kingdom of Jesus Christ (KOJC) leader Pastor Apollo Quiboloy’s statement, alleging that he did not abuse women because they are supposedly vying for him.

“Kay Quiboloy, huwag ka ngang feelingero,” Castro emphasized at a press conference in the House of Representatives on Thursday, February 22. “Ang akala mo ay hinahabol ka ng mga kababaihan, hinahabol ka dahil sa accountability mo at pananagutan mo sa mga kababaihan,” she added.

Castro also mentioned that Quiboloy should also showup during the scheduled House hearing regarding the franchise of Sonshine Media Network International (SMNI) on March 12. “Harapin mo ‘yung accountability mo, Pastor Quiboloy. With due respect, huwag kang masyadong feelingero na hinahabol ka ng mga kababaihan. At pinagmamalaki mo ang iyong kayamanan,” Castro said.

Quiboloy recently insisted that women are vying for him because he is single. However, he claimed that they turned against him after he rejected them. “Ito po ang kasalanan ko. Pinayaman ako ng Panginoong Diyos. Single ako, kaya pinag-aagawan ako. Pagkatapos na ako ay maghi-hindi, mapapahiya, ibabaliktad nila sa akin. Iyan ang tinatawag kong Potiphar’s wife syndrome,” Quiboloy said.

According to the pastor, he is currently in hiding because his life is allegedly in danger after the administration of President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. supposedly conspired with the United States (US) to “kill” him.

Meanwhile, Apollo Carreon Quiboloy is a pastor and the founder of the Kingdom of Jesus Christ (KJC), a Restorationist church based in the Philippines. He established the KJC in 1985 after previously being a member of the United Pentecostal Church. Quiboloy claims to be the “Appointed Son of God” and “Owner of the Universe.”

Quiboloy has faced numerous controversies, including allegations of misconduct and human trafficking. In November 2021, he was indicted by the United States Department of Justice on charges of coercing girls and young women into relationships with him and running a trafficking operation. These allegations involve victims as young as twelve years old and are linked to a fraudulent charity called “Children’s Joy.” Additionally, the US Department of Treasury and Department of State imposed sanctions on Quiboloy in December 2022 for gross human rights abuses and corruption.

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