I will drag you to hell! Pastor Quiboloy threatens Kapa Pastor Apolinario
Pastor Apollo Quiboloy of the Davao-based Kingdom of Jesus Christ religious group urged rival Pastor Joel Apolinario of Kabus Padatoon (KAPA) Ministry International Inc. to stop fleecing millions of people off their hard-earned money through his pyramid scam. Or else, Quiboloy said he would drag Apolinario to hell.
“Dahil nanloloko ka at ginamit ang salita ng Diyos, humanda ka sa akin kung hindi kaligtasan ang inyong dala! Kakaladkarin talaga kita patungo sa impiyerno. Huwag kang gumamit sa mga salita ng Diyos upang pagtakpan ang mga ginawa ninyo na mga kalokohan,” said Quiboloy in a report by Bombo Radyo.
Quiboloy said Apolinario should not blame Duterte for ordering the National Bureau of Investigation to shut down his Mindanao offices and stop his pyramid scheme. Kapa officials claimed that it was Quiboloy who goaded his long-time BFF Duterte to crack down on Kapa because he has been losing his membership to Apolinario’s group. It was during an interview with Quiboloy that Duterte called Kapa a “pyramid scam” because its promise of a 30 percent monthly return on “donations” made by believers was just “too good to be true.”
“Panloloko iyang iyo. Tapos sino sisisihin mo, si PRRD? Ako? Wala kaming pakiaalam. Gobyerno natin to, magpasakop ka. Pastor ka naman,” said Quiboloy in a report by ABS-CBN.
“Kung nagpa-rehistro ka bilang religious, pero iba ang ginagawa mo at pinapanakip mo lang sa mga ginagawa mong raket at niloloko mo lang ang mga tao na religous group ito,” he added.
“Tatanungin kita, may nakuha ka bang mga miyembro kasi religious ka? Kasi nagsermon ka at naniwala sila sayong si Jesus Christ ang tagapagligtas? Nakapila sila sa opisina mo dahil sa pangakong mong 30 percent,” he said.
The Securities and Exchange believes that Kapa has generated at least P50 billion in pooled funds from its estimated five million followers. The SEC had revoked Kapa’s registration but a General Santos City court issued a cease and desist order in favor of Kapa. The court ruled that Kapa was a religious organization outside of the jurisidiction of the SEC.
The SEC, however, has obtained a Court of Appeal order freezing Kapa’s deposits and assets.