Touch Not My Anointed: Church Member Says S/A Will Face Disaster for Arresting Pastor Omotosho

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Following the arrest and detention of Pastor Tim Omotosho, a Nigerian pastor based in South Africa over allegations of s*xual abuse, a member of his church, Jesus Dominion International, has declared that the country will face a calamitous disaster in seven days.

The church member who said that the South African police erred in arresting a man of God no matter what he did (no matter what he did?! Did I hear right?), have incurred the wrath of God and a devastating natural disaster awaits them within the next seven days if he is not released.

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The controversial Pastor Omotosho was arrested at the Port Elizabeth Airport after he was declared wanted by the police for allegedly abusing over 30 young female church members over a period of time.

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The angry church member took to his Instagram account to say that, by daring to arrest the 58-year-old pastor, the country should be prepared for a calamity they never imagined.

Read what the aggrieved member wrote:

“South Africa, you just made the biggest mistake by arresting Rev. Tim Omotosho. You will face the biggest natural disaster you never experienced in your life within 7 days mark my words. Rev. Tim Omotosho is not just a man but a friend of Jesus.

You have caused a serious problem for your people and if you do not release him within 7 days, you will weep and your citizens will weep for this.”

Pastor Omotosho is being detained as charges against him are being prepared and will be arraigned in a court soon.

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