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Second state witness testifies in Pastor Omotoso’s trial

Pastor Timothy Omotoso

The Port Elizabeth High Court again heard the testimony of s.e.xual abuse allegedly at the hands of pastor Timothy Omotoso. This time, by the second witness called by the state in the trial of Omotoso and two others.

Lerato Msibi told the court how she was called to his room. Her testimony mirrored that of the first witness, Andisiwe Dike. Msibi told the court that she joined the Jesus Dominion International Church because of the miracles Omotoso performed. She was homeless and suffered from a heart condition. She told the court how she was coerced to join the church.

Pastor Timothy Omotoso

Msibi had her first interaction with Omotoso at a hotel in Secunda after a crusade. Here, she saw how the young queued to greet him by kneeling between his legs while he is seated.

After an uneventful visit to his hotel room, he later invited her for a walk in the garden. After revealing her desire to be healed and getting a house, he told her not to worry as she now belongs to him.

The second time was at the mission house in Umhlanga, Durban. Like with the previous witness, Andisiwe Dike, it started with massaging his feet, then he would order her to lie down and sexually please himself. Thereafter he prayed for forgiveness.

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Source: sabcnews