Omotoso’s PE church closed

File: A civil society group calling itself ‘Nelson Mandela Bay Citizens In Unity’ called for the total shutdown of rape-accused pastor Timothy Omotoso’s church in Port Elizabeth. 

File: A civil society group calling itself ‘Nelson Mandela Bay Citizens In Unity’ called for the total shutdown of rape-accused pastor Timothy Omotoso’s church in Port Elizabeth. 

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Civil society and other human rights organizations want to prevent congregants from attending, and are demanding for it to be shut down. Courtesy #DStv403.

JOHANNESBURG - Nigerian pastor, Timothy Omotoso's Jesus Dominion International Church in Port Elizabeth has been closed.

Civil society groups and political parties gathered outside the church on Sunday morning, demanding that it be shut for good. 

READ: Sunday service suspended at Omotoso's church in PE

This comes after 22-year-old Cheryl Zondi's shocking testimony about how Omotoso allegedly raped her since the age of 14.

The evangelist is accused of sexually abusing around 30 girls.

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