DFA asked to revoke Quiboloy’s passport

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MANILA, Philippines — Sen. Risa Hontiveros on Monday called on the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) to cancel the passport of fugitive preacher and Kingdom of Jesus Christ sect leader Apollo Quiboloy.

“Instead of appearing in the Senate, he just kept on recording audio messages, which [seemed] to insult the government’s capability to locate him. This is appalling. This should not be allowed to pass, but only challenge government more to exhaust all means to restrict his movements,” Hontiveros said in a statement.

“The world is closing in on him. He is accused of crimes that transcend continents and nationalities. I’m confident that many countries are ready to cooperate to hold him accountable,” she added.

Hontiveros stressed that three of the victim-survivors who testified about alleged abuses committed by Quiboloy and his group before her committee, the Senate committee on women, were foreign nationals.

“If the fugitive congressman had been arrested, I hope the fugitive religious leader would also get arrested. The world is small. He cannot evade the law forever,” she said, referring to expelled lawmaker Arnold Teves Jr., the alleged mastermind in the killing of Negros Oriental Gov. Roel Degamo in 2023, who was earlier arrested in Timor Leste.

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