KAPA hands out P1,500 fuel money to mobilize rallies
This so-called religious group is pouring resources to mobilize rallies to protest its closure.
nationwide in the o call on President Rodrigo Duterte to let them operate again.
With the planned rallies, KAPA Community Ministry International Inc. hopes to convince President Duterte to let them operate again.
Duterte had ordered the closure of KAPA for allegedly perpetuating investment scam that duped investors of as much as P50 billion.
KAPA secured permits for prayer rallies on June 13-14 in North Cotabato, but its protests started as early as Independence Day.
The Surigao-based religious organization promises a 30 percent monthly return on investments for an inifinite period of time.
In Kidapawan City, members lined up for fuel at gasoline stations in preparation of the two-day rally, CNN Philippines reported.
According to CNN Philippines, organizers provided P1,500 worth of gas for each car.
Protest actions will also be held in Manila.