Senate's directive for the arrest of Quiboloy

 Senate's directive for the arrest of Quiboloy

“We respect the decision of the Senate. But of course, pastor Quiboloy will exhaust all legal remedies to protect his constitutional right. As to pending arrest, that’s the personal decision of Pastor Quiboloy. We have given him legal advice on how to deal with legal issues,” Balayan said.

According to lawyer Elvis Balayan, who represents doomsday preacher Apollo Quiboloy, the leader of the controversial Kingdom of Jesus Christ (KOJC), he should not participate in any congressional investigation regarding his alleged human rights violations. Balayan explained that attending the Senate hearings would infringe upon Quiboloy's constitutional rights and would be seen as an encroachment on judicial authority. 

Atty. Elvis Balayan, lawyer of KOJC leader Apollo Quiboloy, says it is up to Quiboloy how he wants to deal with his arrest warrant as they have given him "enough" legal advice on this matter.

The Senate has ordered the arrest of Pastor Apollo Quiboloy for being a no-show in response to the filed show cause order

What are the alleged human rights violations Apollo Quiboloy is facing investigation for?

Apollo Quiboloy, the leader of the Kingdom of Jesus Christ (KOJC), is facing investigation for several alleged human rights violations. These include allegations of sexual abuse, human trafficking, forced labor, and other forms of physical abuse. The Senate has ordered his arrest and detention as part of the ongoing probe into these allegations. Additionally, Quiboloy has been sanctioned by the United States under the Global Magnitsky Act for his involvement in human rights abuses, including the rape of underage girls.

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