Wanted South Africa-based Nigerian Pastor, Tim Omotoso, who was accused of sleeping with over 30 female members have been arrested. The Pastor who went into hiding after South African Broadcasting Corporation 3 (SABC3), reported that the police had received several petitions that Pastor Omotosho, the General Overseer of Jesus Dominion International based in Durban, was arrested and paraded around an airport where people gathered to cheer the police.
It was gathered, that he had been abusing young girls at his Umhlanga home, and
when a warrant was issued for his arrest, he reportedly skipped and has been in hiding. It was also alleged that all three cell phones linked to him was deactivated.
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We Also came across a video shared a while ago about a lady allegedly resurrected from the dead by Nigerian pastor, Tim Omotosho, who was arrested for alleged human trafficking of young girls.
In the video that was shared online, Omotosho could be seen telling his congregation that he resurrected a woman who had been dead in the morgue for seven days.
The woman was brought forward with two other women who seemed to be family members to narrate her story to members of the congregation.
Before he was arrested, the televangelist was said to have hand-picked over 30 girls to live in his house, where he went ahead to abuse them at will.
Omotosho was arrested at the Port Elizabeth Airport in South Africa on Thursday, April 20, minutes after his flight landed.
The 58-year-old had been charged with human trafficking and would appear in the Port Elizabeth magistrates’ court this Friday, April 21.