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Exposed: How Famous Pastor, Omotoso Made Young Girls Rub Vaseline on Their Thighs While Reciting Psalm 51 – DETAILS

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Shocking
expositions have been made about the controversial pastor who was
arrested in for s*xually molesting girls.
Tim Omotoso
 
Pastor Tim Omotoso who was arrested and dragged at the Port
Elizabeth Airport on April 20, has now been charged to court and some of
the revelations at the court hearing are shocking.
 
According to Time Live, the manner in which the Nigerian pastor Tim
Omotoso lured teenage girls into s*xual relations with him was laid out
at the Port Elizabeth Magistrate’s Court on Wednesday, May 3. 
 
Tensions were high at the Court in the morning ahead of the
appearance of the controversial pastor who is facing charges of sexual
assault and human trafficking.
 
While groups sang struggle songs outside the building‚ inside a
large contingent of people filled the corridor outside the courtroom
where the pastor is to appear for his formal bail application.
 
Herald Live reveals that descriptions of how he would allegedly
have the girls rub Vaseline on their thighs while telling them to recite
Psalm 51 – a psalm that deals with sin and being cleansed – were read
out in court.
 
Reading from a statement by investigating officer detective warrant
officer Peter Plaatjies of the Hawks‚ state prosecutor advocate Nceba
Ntelwa told the court that the pastor would then tell the girls that If
they spoke about the encounters they would be cursed and would die.
 
National Hawks spokesman Lieutenant Colonel Robert Netshiunda
confirmed that the pastor was facing 22 charges related to contravening
the sexual offences act stemming from sexual assault to human
trafficking with possible additional charges to be added at a later
stage.
 
It was the defence submission that the pastor denied any wrongdoing and intended to stand trial to prove his innocence.
 
Ntelwa said the state would oppose bail because he was a flight
risk‚ had no permanent residential address and would intimidate and
interfere with state witnesses.
 
“He has the propensity to commit the same crimes‚” Ntelwa
embers of the media and general public inside the court were instructed
by members of the police’s Tactical Response Team to switch off all
cellphones and recording devices during court proceedings or “face the consequences”.
 
One member of the TRT told the gallery that he would personally
remove anyone whose cellphone lights up during proceedings. The pastor
is due back in court today.

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