Flamboyant Nigerian man of God, Rev. Tim Omotosho who was arrested in South Africa for alleged sexual assault on 30 female members of his church, has been arraigned in court on 22 charges bordering on sexual assaults, sexual exploitation, and human trafficking.
The controversial Nigerian man of God, Pastor Tim Omotosho who was arrested for sexually molesting 30 female church members has also been placed on a watch dog for skipping when papers were served to him. South African Broadcasting Corporation 3 (SABC3), earlier reported that the police had received several petitions that Pastor Omotosho for sexually abusing young girls at his Umhlanga home and when a warrant was issued for his arrest, he reportedly went underground.
It was gathered that several female members of the pastor’s church have come out in recent times to accuse him of luring them into his house to molest them sexually. According to reports on SABC3’s Special Assignment, Pastor Omotoso allegedly handpicked the girls from the church populated by young people and instructed them to live in his house where they were forced to have unprotected sex with him.
The Police Spokesperson, Lt. Col. Robert Netshiunda who confirmed the incident, said that Pastor Omotoso had gone underground and all three cell phones linked to him had been deactivated. “We are investigating the matter and we will only lay charges after getting him,” Netshiunda said.
The pastor was said to have allegedly molested more than 30 young girls on the pretext of rescuing them from drugs. Some of the girls had reportedly dropped out of the University of KwaZulu-Natal, while others began traveling with him while singing for the pastor’s group known as Simply Christolite.