Arresting Quiboloy, 5 others not a priority, says PRO 11 new head
Arresting Quiboloy, 5 others not a priority, says PRO 11 new head
DAVAO CITY- The newly assumed regional director of the Police Regional Office (PRO) 11 Brigadier General Nicholas Torre lll said to arrest Kingdom of Jesus Christ (KoJC) leader Pastor Apollo Quiboloy and five other co-accused of child abuse and human trafficking cases is not his priority.

Torre in an interview after his assumption on Sunday morning at PRO 11 headquarters said   that the top priority under his leadership will remain on  focusing  the PNP’s mission on enforcing laws, preventing and controlling crimes, maintaining peace and order, and ensuring public safety.

“First and foremost pagdating ko dito bilang RD, hindi yon ang top priority. Ang priority is yong PNP Mission,” Torre said when asked about Quiboloy’s arrest order.

He said all issues that currently surround the region are his secondary priority mission and that he will be concentrating on the PNP's mission in general. 

He said Quiboloy’s case is not the center of his focus since the national headquarters is also looking into this, adding he will still wait for any specific instructions from the higher headquarters with regards to the arrest order of Quiboloy and five other co-accused.

“Sa ngayon, ulitin ko ang primary mission ko rito is still to implement the PNP mission,” Torre said.

Torre replaced Brigadier General Aligre who was sacked from his post and placed on floating status following raids on some properties of fugitive Quiboloy.

Meanwhile, Torre being the brainchild of the three-minute response time policy when he was director of the Quezon City Police District (QCPD) vows to enforce a similar strategy in responding to criminalities.

📷BGen Nicholas Torre |||

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