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Pastor Timothy Omotoso On Trial For Human Trafficking In South Africa. Photos by BoneBlogger(m): 2:55pm On Oct 16, 2018
The trial of the Nigerian pastor and two women accused of sexual assault, rape, human trafficking and racketeering, has continued in South Africa. Pastor Timothy Omotoso (59), Zukiswa Sitho (28) and Lusanda Solani (36), were arraigned at the Port Elizabeth High Court on Monday (yesterday).

22-year-old Cheryl Zondi, the first state witness in the human trafficking trial - was back on the witness stand to testify at the Port Elizabeth High Court. She is one of the girls who have accused the pastor of sexual assault and rape.

She claimed she was sexually assaulted by Omotoso as she told the court she believed God was on her alleged attacker's side. She recounted graphic details of the sexual assault on her, allegedly at the hands of the pastor.

Zondi who is expected to wrap up her testimony on Tuesday (today), said that Omotoso sexually abused her over a period of two-and-a-half years while she was a member of the Jesus Dominion International Church.

She was 14-years-old at the time she claims the incidents started.

See more; https://www.nationalhelm.co/2018/10/trial-of-pastor-timothy-omotoso-continues-in-south-africa.html

Re: Pastor Timothy Omotoso On Trial For Human Trafficking In South Africa. Photos by GoTV: 3:12pm On Oct 16, 2018
sad Even though I'm a born again Christian, incidence like these are inevitable since christianity has been turned to a religion of mockery by the hypocrisy of we Christians who refuse to call a spade, a spade. Pastors have been elevated to Demi-god and their gullible followers believe they can never do wrong. We Christians are quick to defend irresponsible elements parading as pastors and bishops with "Touch not my annointed and do my Prophet no harm" but we hypocritically judge others especially of separate religious beliefs. These pulpits fraudsters we call pastors exploits the gullibility of we Christians by threatening us with Hell fire and instilling fears in their congregation to maximize financial returns. No wonder we have more churches than schools and factories all over the country since selling the name of Jesus is the most profitable lazy way of making money.


Our irresponsible sisters in the lord too can not be left out of these show of immorality prevailing in our churches. They dress like prostitutes to churches wearing mini skirts, tight dresses to seduce pastors and male members of the church. Our Muslim counterparts are always fighting for decent dressings to the extent that they insist that school girls are well covered in Hijab so they can grow up to become responsible women. Yet we Christians will wage condemnations on their demands while we swim in immorality. When organizations like Muric lambasts us for our hypocrisy, we turn around to demonize Islam. I don't support rapist but we Christians need to do more in the fight against immorality so we can stop loosing people who are ashamed to be Christians to Islam. sad

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Re: Pastor Timothy Omotoso On Trial For Human Trafficking In South Africa. Photos by Ayodejioak(m): 3:43pm On Oct 16, 2018
Some pastors do not deserve the 'Pastor' title!!

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Re: Pastor Timothy Omotoso On Trial For Human Trafficking In South Africa. Photos by Naijaguy12345(m): 3:44pm On Oct 16, 2018
This man go hear am. I watched a documentary about South Africans prison and it's scary. And then the xenophobia outside is little compare with in the prison as authorities meant to protect you will leave you open to attack.

Some men need their head examined. With all his wealth and the volumes of women running after him, he has to abuse a woman and a 14 year old for that.

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Re: Pastor Timothy Omotoso On Trial For Human Trafficking In South Africa. Photos by GistersNG: 3:44pm On Oct 16, 2018
Re: Pastor Timothy Omotoso On Trial For Human Trafficking In South Africa. Photos by acesoul(m): 3:45pm On Oct 16, 2018
its really sad...fake pastor everywhere
Re: Pastor Timothy Omotoso On Trial For Human Trafficking In South Africa. Photos by made4naija(f): 3:45pm On Oct 16, 2018
cool

Couple Seen Having Sex In Front Of People In South Africa watch video

https://www.made4naija.com/2018/10/couple-seen-having-sex-in-front-of-people-in-south-africa-video/
Re: Pastor Timothy Omotoso On Trial For Human Trafficking In South Africa. Photos by GentleMoney: 3:45pm On Oct 16, 2018
shocked
Hmm..

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Re: Pastor Timothy Omotoso On Trial For Human Trafficking In South Africa. Photos by zoedew: 3:46pm On Oct 16, 2018
Unfortunate.
Re: Pastor Timothy Omotoso On Trial For Human Trafficking In South Africa. Photos by daddytime(m): 3:47pm On Oct 16, 2018
I wonder what's funny and causing him to smile. Ugly mofo
Re: Pastor Timothy Omotoso On Trial For Human Trafficking In South Africa. Photos by AngelicBeing: 3:47pm On Oct 16, 2018
shocked
Re: Pastor Timothy Omotoso On Trial For Human Trafficking In South Africa. Photos by Houstency(m): 3:48pm On Oct 16, 2018
*.

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Re: Pastor Timothy Omotoso On Trial For Human Trafficking In South Africa. Photos by BanevsJoker(m): 3:48pm On Oct 16, 2018
Guys, what is the full meaning of NCAN? Asking for a Yoruba friend.
Re: Pastor Timothy Omotoso On Trial For Human Trafficking In South Africa. Photos by fvckme(f): 3:49pm On Oct 16, 2018
Why is Nigeria and bad news related for God sake.
Re: Pastor Timothy Omotoso On Trial For Human Trafficking In South Africa. Photos by OBAGADAFFI: 3:49pm On Oct 16, 2018
GoTV:
sad Even though I'm a born again Christian, incidence like these are inevitable since christianity have been turned to a religion of mockery by the hypocrisy of we Christians who refuse to call a spade, a spade. Pastors have been elevated to Demi-god and their gullible followers believe they can never do wrong. We Christians are quick to defend irresponsible elements parading as pastors and bishops with "Touch not my annointed and do my Prophet no harm" but we hypocritically judge others especially of separate religious beliefs. These pulpits fraudsters we call pastors exploits the gullibility of we Christians by threatening us with Hell fire and instilling fears in their congregation to maximize financial returns. No wonder we have more churches than schools and factories all over the country since selling the name of Jesus is the most profitable lazy way of making money.


Our irresponsible sisters in the lord too can not be left out of these show of immorality prevailing in our churches. They dress like prostitutes to churches wearing mini skirts, tight dresses to seduce pastors and male members of the church. O[b]ur Muslim counterparts are always fighting for decent dressings to the extent that they insist that school girls are well covered in Hijab so they can grow up to become responsible women.[/b] Yet we Christians will wage condemnations on their demands while we swim in immorality. When organizations like Muric lambasts us for our hypocrisy, we turn around to demonize Islam. I don't support rapist but we Christians need to do more in the fight against immorality so we can stop loosing people who are ashamed to be Christians to Islam. sad

When did you become a Christians.

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Re: Pastor Timothy Omotoso On Trial For Human Trafficking In South Africa. Photos by loadedvibes: 3:50pm On Oct 16, 2018
We know ya not a Christian..
GoTV:
sad Even though I'm a born again Christian, incidence like these are inevitable since christianity have been turned to a religion of mockery by the hypocrisy of we Christians who refuse to call a spade, a spade. Pastors have been elevated to Demi-god and their gullible followers believe they can never do wrong. We Christians are quick to defend irresponsible elements parading as pastors and bishops with "Touch not my annointed and do my Prophet no harm" but we hypocritically judge others especially of separate religious beliefs. These pulpits fraudsters we call pastors exploits the gullibility of we Christians by threatening us with Hell fire and instilling fears in their congregation to maximize financial returns. No wonder we have more churches than schools and factories all over the country since selling the name of Jesus is the most profitable lazy way of making money.


Our irresponsible sisters in the lord too can not be left out of these show of immorality prevailing in our churches. They dress like prostitutes to churches wearing mini skirts, tight dresses to seduce pastors and male members of the church. Our Muslim counterparts are always fighting for decent dressings to the extent that they insist that school girls are well covered in Hijab so they can grow up to become responsible women. Yet we Christians will wage condemnations on their demands while we swim in immorality. When organizations like Muric lambasts us for our hypocrisy, we turn around to demonize Islam. I don't support rapist but we Christians need to do more in the fight against immorality so we can stop loosing people who are ashamed to be Christians to Islam. sad

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Re: Pastor Timothy Omotoso On Trial For Human Trafficking In South Africa. Photos by SAMBARRY: 3:51pm On Oct 16, 2018
Pastors are fast loosing their honor and respect
Re: Pastor Timothy Omotoso On Trial For Human Trafficking In South Africa. Photos by ambassadorabdul(m): 3:55pm On Oct 16, 2018
I hope justice will prevail
Re: Pastor Timothy Omotoso On Trial For Human Trafficking In South Africa. Photos by AnunuebeAgbawo7: 3:56pm On Oct 16, 2018
The trial of the Nigerian pastor and two women accused of sexual assault, rape, human trafficking and racketeering, has continued in South Africa. Pastor Timothy Omotoso (59), Zukiswa Sitho (28) and Lusanda Solani (36), were arraigned at the Port Elizabeth High Court on Monday (yesterday).

Afonja doing us proud home and abroad. Just negodu , at his age!

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Re: Pastor Timothy Omotoso On Trial For Human Trafficking In South Africa. Photos by Baroba(m): 3:56pm On Oct 16, 2018
This smut peddler Una dey call pastor, they animal purposely went to SA under the guise of been a pastor to abuse and violate little girls..

I hope the SA judge locks him up and throw away the keys..animal
Re: Pastor Timothy Omotoso On Trial For Human Trafficking In South Africa. Photos by Glink2018(m): 3:57pm On Oct 16, 2018
GoTV:
sad Even though I'm a born again Christian, incidence like these are inevitable since christianity have been turned to a religion of mockery by the hypocrisy of we Christians who refuse to call a spade, a spade. Pastors have been elevated to Demi-god and their gullible followers believe they can never do wrong. We Christians are quick to defend irresponsible elements parading as pastors and bishops with "Touch not my annointed and do my Prophet no harm" but we hypocritically judge others especially of separate religious beliefs. These pulpits fraudsters we call pastors exploits the gullibility of we Christians by threatening us with Hell fire and instilling fears in their congregation to maximize financial returns. No wonder we have more churches than schools and factories all over the country since selling the name of Jesus is the most profitable lazy way of making money.


Our irresponsible sisters in the lord too can not be left out of these show of immorality prevailing in our churches. They dress like prostitutes to churches wearing mini skirts, tight dresses to seduce pastors and male members of the church. Our Muslim counterparts are always fighting for decent dressings to the extent that they insist that school girls are well covered in Hijab so they can grow up to become responsible women. Yet we Christians will wage condemnations on their demands while we swim in immorality. When organizations like Muric lambasts us for our hypocrisy, we turn around to demonize Islam. I don't support rapist but we Christians need to do more in the fight against immorality so we can stop loosing people who are ashamed to be Christians to Islam. sad

Your comments among others draw my attention as I was browsing through so many comments.

You pointed out some wrong-doing among so-called Christain brethren and pastor.
I'm happy that you are also a Christian, but for the fact that we have some bad eggs in christaindom that mean we don't have those people who are reference point.

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Re: Pastor Timothy Omotoso On Trial For Human Trafficking In South Africa. Photos by nabegibeg: 3:58pm On Oct 16, 2018
BoneBlogger:
The trial of the Nigerian pastor and two women accused of sexual assault, rape, human trafficking and racketeering, has continued in South Africa. Pastor Timothy Omotoso (59), Zukiswa Sitho (28) and Lusanda Solani (36), were arraigned at the Port Elizabeth High Court on Monday (yesterday).

22-year-old Cheryl Zondi, the first state witness in the human trafficking trial - was back on the witness stand to testify at the Port Elizabeth High Court. She is one of the girls who have accused the pastor of sexual assault and rape.

She claimed she was sexually assaulted by Omotoso as she told the court she believed God was on her alleged attacker's side. She recounted graphic details of the sexual assault on her, allegedly at the hands of the pastor.

Zondi who is expected to wrap up her testimony on Tuesday (today), said that Omotoso sexually abused her over a period of two-and-a-half years while she was a member of the Jesus Dominion International Church.

She was 14-years-old at the time she claims the incidents started.

See more; https://www.nationalhelm.co/2018/10/trial-of-pastor-timothy-omotoso-continues-in-south-africa.html

Re: Pastor Timothy Omotoso On Trial For Human Trafficking In South Africa. Photos by sevo(m): 3:59pm On Oct 16, 2018
GoTV:
sad Even though I'm a born again Christian, incidence like these are inevitable since christianity have been turned to a religion of mockery by the hypocrisy of we Christians who refuse to call a spade, a spade. Pastors have been elevated to Demi-god and their gullible followers believe they can never do wrong. We Christians are quick to defend irresponsible elements parading as pastors and bishops with "Touch not my annointed and do my Prophet no harm" but we hypocritically judge others especially of separate religious beliefs. These pulpits fraudsters we call pastors exploits the gullibility of we Christians by threatening us with Hell fire and instilling fears in their congregation to maximize financial returns. No wonder we have more churches than schools and factories all over the country since selling the name of Jesus is the most profitable lazy way of making money.


Our irresponsible sisters in the lord too can not be left out of these show of immorality prevailing in our churches. They dress like prostitutes to churches wearing mini skirts, tight dresses to seduce pastors and male members of the church. Our Muslim counterparts are always fighting for decent dressings to the extent that they insist that school girls are well covered in Hijab so they can grow up to become responsible women. Yet we Christians will wage condemnations on their demands while we swim in immorality. When organizations like Muric lambasts us for our hypocrisy, we turn around to demonize Islam. I don't support rapist but we Christians need to do more in the fight against immorality so we can stop loosing people who are ashamed to be Christians to Islam. sad

Guy, what are you saying? Even with the hijab that Muslims are wearing at young ages, we still have numerous cases of muslim clerics raping them...will you attribute that to how indecent the young girls were dressed Get you facts straight ogbeni

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Re: Pastor Timothy Omotoso On Trial For Human Trafficking In South Africa. Photos by Freiden(m): 4:02pm On Oct 16, 2018
Remember: this is a man of God you are talking about here. The Bible say JUDGE NOT SO YOU WILL NOT BE JUDGED & the Bible warned us: TOUCH NOT MY ANOINTED AND DO MY PROPHET NO HARM.

The lady just wanna bring the pastor down I believe. How can a whole man of God sexually assault women...it can't be. Ko possible. Man of God! No way!!

grin cheesy grin cheesy
Re: Pastor Timothy Omotoso On Trial For Human Trafficking In South Africa. Photos by Groovenaija360(m): 4:03pm On Oct 16, 2018
NCAN arriving very late though

However Afonja has been spotted.

Afonja showing himself and disgracing Nigeria in South Africa undecided

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Re: Pastor Timothy Omotoso On Trial For Human Trafficking In South Africa. Photos by maverickdude(m): 4:04pm On Oct 16, 2018
I wanted to type "why did she stay for 2.5 years?" until i saw her age shocked

He must be punished accordingly if found guilty
Re: Pastor Timothy Omotoso On Trial For Human Trafficking In South Africa. Photos by 2special(m): 4:04pm On Oct 16, 2018
Gotv....always claiming to be a Christian.... you're a FULL

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