Pastor Apollo Quiboloy, 2 Others Placed on Most Wanted List of FBI

Pastor Apollo Quiboloy, 2 Other KJC Members is Now Most Wanted of FBI

Kingdom of Jesus Christ (KOJC) founder Pastor Apollo Quiboloy and two other members are placed on the most wanted list of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).

Quiboloy, the so-called appointed son of God, is already on the FBI’s wanted list. Pastor Carreon Quiboloy’s wanted poster, along with that of his two officials, Helen Panilag and Teresita Tolibas Dandan, both of whom are KOJC administrators, has been posted on the FBI website all over the world.

Quiboloy FBI Wanted

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The FBI released a graphic image of Quiboloy on its website, along with a description that the self-styled friend and spiritual adviser of President Rodrigo Duterte is facing various crimes. “Conspiracy to Engage in S*x Trafficking by Force, Fraud, and Coercion, as well as S*x Trafficking of Children; S*x Trafficking by Force, Fraud, and Coercion; Conspiracy; Bulk Cash Smuggling,” is Quiboloy’s charges.

 “If you have any information concerning this person, please contact your local FBI office or the nearest American Embassy or Consulate. Field Office: Los Angeles,” it further read.

Following their indictment by US authorities, two of Quiboloy’s seniors at KOJC were also wanted. According to the FBI, Quiboloy’s alleged involvement in a labor trafficking scheme entailed bringing church members to the United States on false visas and forcing them to solicit donations for a fictitious charity, donations that were actually used to fund church operations and the lavish lifestyles of its leaders.

Members who were successful in soliciting for the church were allegedly pressured to get into phony marriages or obtain false student visas in order to continue soliciting year-round in the United States. Furthermore, some ladies are said to have been hired as Quiboloy’s personal helpers, or “pastorals.”

The victims are said to have prepared his meals, cleaned his residences, gave him massages, and were required to have intimate moments with Quiboloy in what the pastorals called “night duty.” On November 10, the United States District Court for the Central District of California in Santa Ana issued an arrest warrant for Quiboloy, who is believed to be hiding in Davao.

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