Civil society and other human rights organizations want to prevent congregants from attending, and are demanding for it to be shut down. Courtesy #DStv403.
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JOHANNESBURG - The Sunday service has been suspended at Nigerian pastor, Timothy Omotoso's Jesus Dominion Internatioal Church in Port Elizabeth.
This after political organisations and members of the community supporting Cheryl Zondi demanded the church to shutdown.
Earlier police had to form a barricade between members of the church and the protesters as tampers flare.
EXCLUSIVE: I rejected Omotoso's advances
Omotoso is accused of raping and sexually grooming about 30 teenage girls at his Umhlanga home, in Durban.
eNCA's Athi Mtongana is in the Eastern Cape with more on this story.