Gabby Concepcion replaces Bong Revilla in Iglesia Ni Cristo movie

Gabby Concepcion is set to do a film with Richard Gomez and Albert Martinez for the influential religious group, Iglesia Ni Cristo (INC).
Concepcion will replace Revilla in the said project.

Sen. Bong Revilla volunteered to be removed from the film upcoming movie on the founding and legacy of INC as the lawmaker reportedly expressed concern that his inclusion in the pork barrel scandal might affect the project.

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"Ang Sugo (The Last Messenger)", which was announced in November last year, was set to feature Revilla as Eduardo Manalo, the executive minister of INC.

Revilla is one of the senators accused of having benefited from the P10-billion pork barrel scam.

Along with Senators Juan Ponce Enrile and Jinggoy Estrada, Revilla faces a plunder case for his alleged part in the misuse of government funds.

Concepcion joined the INC's "Kabayan Ko, Kapatid Ko" event Monday, October 14, with Cesar Montano who is also a part of the cast.

RELATED ARTICLE: No classes on Monday in Manila due to Iglesia Ni Cristo's "Kabayan Ko, Kapatid Ko" Lingap sa Mamamayan medical and dental mission 

A salient part of the Kabayan Ko, Kapatid Ko project is conducting humanitarian outreach services, such as relief and health-care missions, through which the members of the Church are able to express love and compassion to their fellowmen by extending help especially in time of need.

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