KAPA Community Ministry International spokesperson Danny Mangahas wanted the help of the three Senators who received the endorsement of their “religious group” in the 2019 senatorial elections.
Mangahas mentioned Senator-elect Christopher “Bong” Go, Ronald “Bato” Dela Rosa and Imee Marcos, saying that KAPA is seeking the support of the three politicians.
According to them, those three politicians cannot deny that they’re aware of the support they gained from KAPA.
“Mas gusto naming bigyan diin ‘yung tatlong inendorso namin na senador, si Imee Marcos. ‘Di naman nila pwedeng ikaila sa amin ‘yan kasi nagpapasalamat sila doon sa timeline ng social media,” Mangahas said who also mentioned Bato and Go.
However, Dela Rosa denied that he received any help from the religious group, which allegedly using a Ponzi scheme to gain followers and “donations.”
“I must tell you straight in the eye, no! Wala…wala…I haven’t received any campaign funds coming from Kapa,” Dela Rosa said in an interview with ABS-CBN.
Meanwhile the two other Senators, Marcos and Go are not yet releasing a statement on the claims of KAPA.
KAPA is known for releasing inaccurate news to their followers to give them false hope in the middle of the crisis that they’re currently facing.
On Wednesday, they claimed that President Rodrigo Duterte already approved the operations of KAPA. However, on Friday, the Chief Executive lambasted KAPA and its founder Joel Apolinario, accusing the religious group of committing large-scale estafa.
Apolinario also made a statement that KAPA also received support from Davao City Mayor Inday Sara Duterte. The presidential daughter is not yet confirming the claims of the KAPA founder.