Duterte Believes His Friend Pastor Apollo Quiboloy Stopped Mindanao Quake
DUTERTE – President Rodrigo Roa Duterte believed his friend pastor Apollo Quiboloy stopped one of the deadly quakes in Mindanao.
Apollo Carreon Quiboloy is the founder and leader of the restoration cult called the ‘Kingdom of Jesus Christ, The Name Above Every Name, Inc.’ Recently, the controversial pastor made rounds online after claiming that he’s the one who stopped the 6.6 magnitude earthquake in Mindanao.
ABS-CBN tv host and comedian Vice Ganda challenged him to also stop the longest-running show in the Philippines ‘FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano‘ and the traffic in Epifanio de Los Santos Avenue or commonly known as EDSA.
Pastor Apollo Quiboloy accepted Vice Ganda’s challenge saying: “When do you want it stopped? One month? Two months? Four months? You choose.” He then threated not only to end Coco Martin’s program but even the whole tv network.
“Maybe in four months it’s not just ‘Probinsyano’ that comes to a stop, maybe it’s your network, too,” said Quiboloy.
The Davaoeño pastor is a known close friend to President Rodrigo Roa Duterte. The chief executive hasn’t signed the renewal of ABS-CBN’s franchise.
Based on a report from ABS-CBN, Duterte attended the inauguration of a hotel in Davao on Friday, November 22. During his speech, he said that he believed that Quiboloy stopped one of the deadly earthquakes in Mindanao.
“I believe in Pasto Quiboloy. When he said ‘stop’, eh kung nag-stop, eh di what’s the trouble?”
“Stop it!” he added, getting laughs from the people at the event.
The president’s statement about Pastor Apollo Quiboloy earned various reactions from the netizens. Here are some of their comments on the post:
@dalynyah: “Ayon sa nabasa ko, parang he’s mocking quiboloy – a joke.”
@Shinrye1: “HAHAHAHAHA dami ko tawa dahil dyan”
@dailyrants5678: “Is Duterte still joking?”
@smithsonianPJ: “Magsama kayo sa sarili nyong mundo. Bangag pa more mga tol.”
@itsrzl7719: “Baka nagbiro lang”
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