Apollo Quiboloy denies rape allegations against him

The controversial leader of the Kingdom of Jesus Christ, Apollo Quiboloy, has denied that he raped some female members of his religious group.

In a long audio video uploaded to the YouTube account of Sonshine Media Network International, Quiboloy said the rape accusers are after him.


“Ito po ang kasalanan ko, pinayaman ako ng Panginoong Diyos, akala nila sa akin single ako kaya pinag-aagawan ako. Pagkatapos na ako ay mag hi-hindi, mapapahiya, babalikan nila sa akin. ‘Yan ang ang kong Potiphar’s wife syndrome,“ said Quiboloy.

Quiboloy admitted that his group was begging but said they should look at the “humanitarian” they are doing.

“Ni singko wala ka­ming ninanakaw. ‘Yung mga volunteers ko walang suweldo araw at gabi. Sapagkat nakikita namin ang mga kabataang Pilipino, pinabayaan ng mga pulitikong ‘yan,” said Quiboloy.


Earlier, the witnesses told the Senate that they were promised to study, but it seems that they were made into beggars where they taste the beating when the quota is not reached.

Quiboloy also defended the SMNI government, which he said was not guilty but was implicated in politics.

Apollo Quiboloy denies rape allegations against him

“Inalis ninyo ang ­aming malayang pagpapahayag, inalis ninyo ang amin press freedom…pati ang aking constitutional rights,” said Quiboloy.

Quiboloy also admitted that he is hiding now because the CIA and the FBI are looking for him. Quiboloy, who served as spiritual adviser to former president Rodrigo Duterte, was declared one of the most wanted suspected sex traffickers by the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation.

In 2021, a Federal Grand Jury in California indicted Quiboloy and other KOJC officials for sex trafficking “pastorals” — young women within KOJC who chose to work as personal assistants for Quiboloy.

There are two separate subpoenas against Quiboloy from the Senate and the House of Representatives.

Started by the Senate Committee on Women, Children, Family Relations and Gender Equality, led by Sen. Risa Hontiveros, the investigation this past month on the alleged crimes committed by the Kingdom of Jesus Christ under the leadership of its founder Quiboloy.

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