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Quiboloy vows deluge ‘worse than Omicron’ if persecution persists

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Kingdom of Jesus Christ church founder, self-proclaimed Appointed Son of God and Owner of the Universe, pastor Apollo Quiboloy, warned that if authorities continue to ‘persecute’ him, the world will see diseases “worse than Omicron”, referring to the latest Covid19 variant detected in several countries.


“Do not ever ever play a joke, or continue to pursue the persecution of the appointed son because the Father in heaven has already declared through the appointed son. No one can escape this,” he proclaimed in his Sunday worship service in Davao City.


He added: “The way you treat the appointed son of God here is the way the world is going to receive its judgment. If you keep on hurting, persecuting, and harming the appointed son of the kingdom, you will see much worse than the Omicron virus.”


He went on to threaten with claims of “flesh-eating bacteria that are immune to any vaccine” and people walking around with rotting flesh.


Quiboloy, a close friend of President Rodrigo Duterte, was indicted by American authorities in a 74-page statement, which accused him of sex trafficking. It alleged that he coerced young children and women to have sex with him, give him massages, serve him his meals; if they refused, they would go to hell.


Several other church officials were also indicted for recruiting females aged 12 to 25 as personal assistants or “pastorals.”


According to reports, Federal Bureau of Investigation spokesperson Laura Eimiller all but confirmed that the US would seek the pastor’s extradition so he could be tried on American soil. But Quiboloy’s Hawaii-based lawyer, Michael Green, told the media that that would not happen.


Back in 2018, Quiboloy was stopped in Hawaii as customs officials found cash and guns in the private plane he was on.

Photo: Apollo Quiboloy FB


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