Police Official Extends Birthday Greetings To Quiboloy, Urges Him To Surrender

Police Official Greets Wanted Fugitive Quiboloy On His Birthday

QUIBOLOY – Brig. Gen. Alden Delvo, director of the Police Regional Office in Davao Region (PRO-11), extended his birthday greeting to wanted fugitive Apollo Quiboloy on his birthday.

Delvo has reiterated his warning to anyone potentially sheltering fugitive pastor Apollo Quiboloy, emphasizing they will face obstruction of justice charges.

Simultaneously, he urged the troubled leader of the Kingdom of Jesus Christ (KOJC) sect to surrender before April 25—both their birthdays.

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Delvo, set to retire this month, confessed to occasionally spending his birthday at KOJC instead of home due to sharing the same birthday with Quiboloy. However, he assured the public of his commitment to locating Quiboloy and delivering him to the court. “I extend early birthday wishes to the Pastor; happy birthday to us,” Delvo remarked.

“I warn those who could be coddling the pastor, whether they be friends or worse, members of the police or the military, we will file a case of obstruction for justice once we find out about it,” he informed reporters.

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However, seven days after receiving the arrest order, police remain clueless about Quiboloy’s whereabouts. The sect leader faces arrest for violating Republic Act No. 7610, also known as the Anti-Child Abuse Law, particularly regarding sexual abuse of minors and maltreatment.

Additionally, Senate Sergeant at Arms personnel, accompanied by law enforcement agencies, attempted to serve a contempt order to Quiboloy at his property in Barangay Tamayong after he failed to appear at a Senate hearing concerning abuse allegations made by his followers.

“Our tracking teams are really doing their best,” Delvo assured, adding that he’s engaged various intelligence agencies to locate Quiboloy, presuming he remains in Davao, a perceived safe refuge. Delvo thinks Quiboloy is still in Davao because it provides him safety

According to the report, he has maintained communication with Quiboloy’s lawyers, advising surrender as the pragmatic option.

“It’s [been] a week (since the start of the manhunt), we’re exerting efforts, we’re still looking for him, there are a lot of problems, but the long arm of the law will definitely catch up with him and other fugitives in the Philippines and around the world,” Delvo said.

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