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National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) agents in Region 11 (Davao Region) arrested on Wednesday Davao del Sur 2nd District Board Member Arvin Malaza along with seven others in an entrapment operation at a radio station in Digos City.

The seven persons who were not named by the NBI were all workers of the Kakampi Meuws Radio, which is owned by Malaza.

In an interview, NBI-11 director Jonathan Balite told the Philippine News Agency (PNA) that Malaza and other suspects were arrested after they confirmed the illegal resumption of operation of the Kabos Padatoon or the Kapa Community Ministry International Incorporated.

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ARRESTED. Davao del Sur 2nd District Board Member Arvin “Jun Blanco” Malaza (extreme left) was arrested on Wednesday (September 18) during an entrapment operation his own radio station in Digos City. National Bureau of Invetigation in Region 11 (NBI-11) said the arrest was due to the resumption of investment solicitation activities of the Kapa Community Ministry International Inc., which the government shut down earlier for fraudulent activities. (PNA Photo by Che Palicte

Balite alleged that Malaza, who also goes by the name Jun Blanco and describes himself as Kapa’s chief media officer, has resumed the group’s illegal investment solicitation activities under Kapa Worldwide.

Kapa Worldwide, the NBI official said, has no business license and is not allowed to solicit investments.

In June, President Rodrigo Duterte ordered the Philippine National Police (PNP) and NBI to shut down illegal investment firms such as Kapa.

Dozens of dubious investment schemes promising huge returns were shut down, including Kapa, whose founder Joel Apolinario is facing charges of large-scale estafa.

After Kapa’s closure, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) had warned Kapa officials to refrain from reopening their offices as their registration had been revoked.

However, in several social media posts in the previous month, there were announcements on the revival of KAPA under its new name KAPA Worldwide Ministry Association wherein offices in various areas will be reopened and relaunched.

NBI-11 spokesperson, special investigator Joel Ayop said Malaza continued to receive “pay-ins” from investors through his radio station.

Ayop said an NBI operative posed as an investor and gave the PHP10,000 marked money to Malaza’s staff.

Right after giving the receipt, the NBI agents swooped down on the area and arrested Malaza and radio station employees.

“Prior to the entrapment, we already did a pay-in of PHP30,000 yesterday (September 17) to make sure that they are really operating. And we tried it again using our marked money and we have proven that they are really operating so we conducted the entrapment,” Ayop said.

Seized from Malaza’s radio station were the PHP10,000 marked money, Kapa member identification cards, ledgers, books of account, a shotgun with four rounds of ammunition, and other pieces of evidence.

Ayop said Malaza will undergo inquest proceedings on Thursday (September 19) and will face charges of syndicated large scale estafa and violating provisions of the Securities Regulation Code (SRC).

Ayop said they will still investigate each of the seven other suspects to decide who will be included in the charges.

Malaza was elected to the Provincial Board in the May 13, 2019 elections. (PNA)


Wife slapped with P168-M tax evasion raps

The Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) is also set to slap tax evasion charges against Joel Apolinario, founder of Kapa Community Ministry International Inc., (Kapa), an investment scam that has victimized thousands of victims of billions of pesos.

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The volume of the tax evasion would be much larger than that which involved his wife, said sources in the tax body now hounding the company that has been ordered closed by President Rodrigo Duterte.

On Thursday, the BIR filed tax evasion charges before the Department of Justice (DOJ) against Reyna L. Apolinario, the corporate secretary of Kapa Community Ministry International Inc., (Kapa) and wife of Apolinario.

The charges initiated by the Revenue District Office No. 110 are for violation of provisions of the Tax Code for willful attempt to evade or defeat tax and failure to file return, supply correct and accurate information, pay tax, withhold and remit tax and refund excess taxes withheld on compensation for taxable years 2017-2018.
In a press briefing, BIR Deputy Commissioner Marissa O. Cabreros said separate investigations are being undertaken on Kapa itself and its other officials.
Mrs. Apolinario is being sued for an estimated total income tax liability of PHP168.2 million, inclusive of surcharges and interests, broken down into PHP163.9 million for 2017 and PHP4.3 million for 2018.
Revenue officials said Mrs. Apolinario has not filed her income tax returns (ITRs) for taxable years 2012-2015 but filed an ITR for taxable year 2016 declaring an income of only PHP206,578. She also declared income for taxable year 2017 and 2018 of PHP171,000 and PHP12.06 million, respectively.
The BIR noted that in 2018, the declared beginning capital of Mrs. Apolinario in her audited financial statements reached PHP306.9 million.
Nine vehicles were likewise registered under Mrs. Apolinario’s name in 2017 and 2018  which were not declared in her financial statements submitted to the BIR along with 13 businesses under her name consisting of retail-construction, materials/garments, gasoline stations, and convention stores, computer and printing services, quarry, bakeshop and refreshment, and media.
Aside from Apolinario, the BIR also announced the filing of tax charges against nine other firms, namely Phimco Industries Inc., Provident Tree Farms Inc., Elite Garments International Inc., Jayran International Sales Corp., Bestline Mart, Top Belagio Super Sales Corp., Axispointe Builders & Construction Company, MMC Food Industries Inc., and Asia Auto Interior Inc. (with PNA report)





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