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Is Apollo Quiboloy guilty of the physical abuse of his church members?

  • Yes He is guilty of physical abuse

    This is evidently a serious case of abuse where cult and brainwashing was used by this cult , where the self appointed and dangerous Apollo Quiboloy abused church members, young members of his church in most part betraying their trust, Society needs to put a man like this where it belongs nothing more than a jail

  • Apollo Quiboloy had a part in the abuse of his church members.

    Apollo Quiboloy may not be directly involved in striking his church members, but the lawsuits and emerging stores from former members of the church seem to strongly indicate that he did most certainly bear some responsibility, and was very likely the one giving the orders that physical abuse and punishment be handed out to those members that he felt were straying, or that posed a threat to his organization.

  • Apollo Quiboloy is guilty of the physical abuse of his church members.

    Apollo Quiboloy is guilty of the physical abuse of his church members. Quiboloy has been sued by a former member for allegedly brainwashing and holding her young daughter against her will. I think that he is guilty and something should be done to stop him. He has no business running a church.

  • He is guilty as guilty can be.

    After finding what information I could about Apollo Quiboloy, I have no problem whatsoever believing he's guilty of the physical abuse of his church members. This man is one of the most dangerous scam artists of the early 21st century, combining religion into his confidence racket. The government needs to stop him.

  • Apollo Quiboloy is not guilty of the physical abuse of his church members.

    Although there is some controversy surrounding Apollo Quiboloy, it is not clear whether he in fact is guilty of physical abuse of his church members. He was sued by a member of his Church for allegedly brainwashing her daughter, but the outcome of that lawsuit is undetermined. He is also accused of bullying and terrorizing landowners who refused to sell certain property to him which he wanted to acquire, but those accusations have not been formally proven and it is unclear whether those accusations are true.


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