Pastor Joel Apolinario Became Rich in Just 3 Years After Founding KAPA

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The controversial religious leader turned millionaire or billionaire in just a short span of time, Pastor Joel Apolinario amassed a huge amount of wealth in just three (3) years after founding Kapa Community Ministry International Incorporated.

According to some information provided by some close friends and relatives of Pastor Joel Apolinario, the former fisherman and construction worker accumulated wath and founded numerous businesses owned by his wife in just a short period of time.

Based on several social media posts, it showed that in 2016, Pastor Joel and his wife Reyna Lobitana Apolinario are only living a simple life, but everything suddenly changed when they founded the reigious group KAPA or Kabus Padatuon Community Ministry.

Pastor Joel Apolinario and his wife Reyna has already owned businesses like poultry, plantations, gas stations, printing services, mining companies, bakeries and other ventures in different parts of Mindanao.

The controversial religious leader reportedly owned various fishing boats and vehicles being used for his other businesses. He also owned helicopters and luxury vehicles. Pastor Joel’s owned three choppers and established numerous establishments under his wife’s name.

Here’s the list of the companies owned by Joel and his wife Reyna according to Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC):

1) JoRey Fuel Trading – 5 April 2019
2) JoRey Printing Services – 20 March 2019
3) JoRey Garments Trading – 8 March 2019
4) JoRey Fishing Boat – 11 January 2019
5) Reyna’s Convention Center – 9 January , 2019
6) JoRey Agri Banana Plantation – 14 Nov. 2018
7) JoRey Multi-Media Production – 26 Oct. 2018
8) JoRey Gasoline Station & Convenience Store – 23 Aug. 2018
9) KAPA Minmetals Trading – 28 June 2018
10) JoRey Love Bakeshop & Restaurant – 25 Jan. 2018

Pastor Joel reportedly owned a school and hospital in Davao del Norte. Despite the number of companies owned by the Pastor, his critics believed that Apolinario gathered his wealth from luring investors to his religious group, promising a 30% monthly interest.

Kapa members on their part defended their group and insisted that they could afford to give 30% montly “blessings” to their 5 million members because of the businesses owned by Pastor Joel.

This is contrary to the SEC pronouncements on Kapa which according to them had already accumulated a total investment reaching around P50-Billion and their sure that the interest being offered by the religious group was unrealistic.

Source: Facebook 

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