Senate panel orders arrest of Quiboloy after skipping probe over his alleged crimes

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MANILA, Philippines — The Senate panel on women on Tuesday ordered the arrest of religious leader Apollo Quiboloy after he skipped the chamber’s probe over his alleged crimes.

At the Senate’s Tuesday hearing, Senator Risa Hontiveros moved to cite Quiboloy for contempt and requested the issuance of arrest warrant against the controversial sect leader.

Hontiveros’ move did not come as a surprise as she previously issued a stern warning against Quiboloy: attend the probe or be arrested.

The Senate has issued two subpoenas to the self-proclaimed “Appointed Son of God” to compel him to face the hearing.

Both orders, however, were ignored by Quiboloy who earlier admitted that he is in hiding due to threats against his life.

Quiboloy, in February, alleged that the United States is conspiring with the Philippine government to have him eliminated.

Quiboloy is now claiming that the Central Intelligence Agency, FBI, US embassy, and US department of state are working with President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. and First Lady Liza Marcos, to conduct a “rendition on him.”

Rendition, according to Quiboloy, means that at any time arresting officials can “enter [his] compound and kidnap [him].”

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