Surigao Del Norte NGO accused of being a religious cult forcing minors into marriage and raping them, taking members’ pension

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Socorro Bayanihan Services (SBS), a non-governmental organization in Surigao del Norte, has been accused of being a religious cult—recruiting thousands of female minors, forcing them into marriage, and subjecting them to forced labor and sexual abuse.

According to Chino Gaston’s report for GMA News’ 24 Oras, SBS members came forward with harrowing stories involving the organization, which also allegedly operates as a private army.

Jason, not his real name, said SBS was a standard people’s organization and religious group until its present leader Jey Rence Quilario, a.k.a. Senior Aguila, arrived in 2017.

Quilario claimed to be the Santo Niño and Messiah, according to Jason.

In 2019, Jason said Quilario persuaded SBS members and families to go to a mountain community called Kapihan on Bucas Grande island after an earthquake.

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