Quiboloy, KJC leaders maliciously accused: legal team

The legal team of Pastor Apollo C. Quiboloy believe that their client and the leaders of the Kingdom of Jesus Christ (KJC) were maliciously accused.

This was their reaction to the sex trafficking charges filed by a US federal grand jury against Quiboloy and top officials of KJC, The Name Above Every Name namely Teresita Dandan, a top overseer of its operations in the United States; and Felina Salinas, who allegedly collected and secured the passports and other documents of church workers in Hawaii.

The United States Department of Justice (US DOJ) reported that Quiboloy, Dandan, and Salinas were charged with participating in a conspiracy to engage in sex trafficking by force, fraud, and coercion, as well as sex trafficking of children.

In a statement, the KJC legal counsel is standing by its defense that Quiboloy and the Kingdom leaders were maliciously accused in this present controversy. The team said it is optimistic and ready to face whatever is hurled against Quiboloy and the Kingdom leaders.

“We trust the process of justice and we certainly expect the truth to prevail, and the Kingdom ministry will continue to prosper,” the statement said.

The team stated that the charges are another vicious attempt to bring down Quiboloy and the leaders, who have been installed just recently in the United States. They said KJC and all its followers remain steadfast and committed to faithfully respond to its mission, its ministry, and its divine calling despite all the distraction made against them.

The team added that the people who accused Pastor Quiboloy in California are the same personalities who miserably failed in their attempt to bring Quiboloy into the case in Hawaii.

“With the growing ministry and followers of the Kingdom comes also the growing opposition who are trying their best to destroy it and all the Kingdom leaders. While jealousy and evil will never stop, we strongly believe that good always triumphs over evil,” the statement said.

The team stated that people may have tried to silence Quiboloy, but they are confident that they cannot put down the Kingdom nation.

“They will never detract from the mission and the ministry of “The Kingdom”. It will never stop. It will go on forever,” it said.

This is not the first time Quiboloy has been charged. Some of the allegations he is facing include cash smuggling and a rape case filed by a former follower in Davao City in 2019.

All these were denied by his camp.

The Kingdom of Jesus Christ started in 1985, with only fifteen members. With the leadership of Quiboloy, the Kingdom has grown over the years and millions of people became followers.

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