Quiboloy to Duterte: “Don’t joke about hearing my divine voice”

By Manny Kugang, RRN Philippines


DAVAO CITY, Philippines — Pastor Apollo Quiboloy, founder and leader of the Kingdom of Jesus Christ, The Name Above Every Name, Inc., who recently admitted it was his voice that Philippines president Rodrigo Duterte heard on board a plane from Japan to the Philippines, censured today the president after receiving news that Duterte admitted yesterday that he was only joking about hearing god.

See CNN Correspondent Ruth Cabal’s report “Duterte: Conversation with God, just a joke

“Don’t joke about hearing my divine voice,” censured Quiboloy, who has for a long time claimed he is the Appointed Son of God. “My words are very expensive commodities. Its valuation is millions. My words are life. I say things, and it  will come to pass. Its net worth includes a sprawling hacienda, helicopters, mansions, private jets, etc. The last thing you want to do cheapen my words.”

Quiboloy seems to be telling the truth.

In 2010, the National Geographics featured Quiboloy in a documentary discussing his opulent lifestyle and power. Filipino journalist Che Che Lazaro also did a feature on Quiboloy showing his rags to riches story. At one point Quiboloy offered his jet for use of Duterte.

Other cult leaders of the Philippines, attacked Quiboloy for his pronouncements.


As of the writing of this report, no press release from the Presidential Office concerning Quiboloy’s recent statements as been released.