Nowhere To Hide SA police arrest Nigerian pastor accused of sexual assault (Video)

The police in South Africa have arrested a Nigerian pastor who was declared wanted for sexually abusing several church members.

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Pastor Tim Omotosho has been accused of sexually abusing female church members play

Pastor Tim Omotosho has been accused of sexually abusing female church members

(SABC3)
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The controversial Nigerian man of God, Pastor Tim Omotosho who was declared wanted by the police in South Africa for sexually molesting 30 female church members have been arrested.

Pastor Omotosho, the General Overseer of Jesus Dominion International based in Durban, was arrested on arrival at the Port Elizabeth Airport by a large contingent of police officers after he was placed on a watch for skipping when papers were served to him.

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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.

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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 had reportedly laid in wait for him at the airport when intelligence report got to them he was on the flight and when he arrived, he was promptly arrested, handcuffed and taken away for questioning.

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