Pastor Quiboloy claims US wants to eliminate him

The leader of the Kingdom of Jesus Christ (KOJC), Pastor Apollo Quiboloy, accused America of wanting to “eliminate” him through “rendition,” and said the Philippine government is complicit. The US, on the other hand, hopes that Quiboloy will face his charges.

In an audio recording posted on Facebook this Wednesday, Quiboloy said that someone gave him information that American agencies — such as the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) — were allegedly operating. to perform a “rendition” against him instead of extradition.


“Ayaw na raw po nila ng extradition treaty. Ang kanila pong gagawin ng CIA, FBI, ng US Embassy, at State Department, kasabwat ng ating gobyerno ng Pangulong Marcos at ng First Lady at kung sino pa man ang nasa gobyerno, ako ay rendition ang kanilang gagawin,” said Quiboloy.

“Rendition” is a state’s taking of a suspect with an arrest warrant if he is in another state.

According to the religious leader, someone may suddenly enter his place and take him.


Quiboloy further said in the audio message that the US offered a $2 million reward for his arrest. There is also a plan to plant evidence, such as drugs and weapons, on him.

Pastor Quiboloy claims US wants to eliminate him

FBI Public Affairs Specialist Laura Eimiller said she knew nothing about the alleged $2 million reward for Quiboloy’s capture.

“There is an active arrest warrant for Mr. Quiboloy but I’m unaware of a reward offer,” said Eimiller.


In a separate statement from the US Embassy in Manila, it said that they are confident that Quiboloy will face his case in America.

“We are confident that Quiboloy will face justice for his heinous crimes. Questions about legal proceedings should be directed to the US Department of Justice,” the statement said.

According to the US Embassy, ​​Quiboloy is on the Most Wanted List of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) due to allegations that he is involved in “serious human rights abuses” including “systemic and pervasive rape.”

“For more than a decade, Apollo Quiboloy engaged in serious human rights abuses, including a pattern of systemic and pervasive rape of girls as young as 11 years old, and he is currently on the FBI’s Most Wanted List,” the statement said.

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