Fiji deports South Korean doomsday ‘cult’ members as Grace Road Church leader slams arrests

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Police in Fiji arrested four members of a South Korean doomsday cult, deporting two and seeking the arrest of two others, but the group’s leader has denied a government minister’s claim he is “on the run”.

The Grace Road Church, described as a “cult” by Fiji’s Home Affairs Minister Pio Tikoduadua, uprooted from South Korea and relocated to Fiji in 2014, convincing 400 of their followers the Pacific island nation was a sanctuary from an impending global famine and drought.

Mr Tikoduadua said that seven members of the Grace Road Church in Fiji have been wanted since 2018 by the South Korean government, and that the international crime policing organisation, Interpol, had issued Red Notices for them.

They include Grace Road’s senior director Kim Jung-yong (also known as Daniel Kim), who is the son of the group’s founder, Shin Ok-ju.

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