A bad week for Timothy Omotoso
The charismatic revivalist pastor failed in his bid to get judge Mandela Makaula to recuse himself for allegedly being too sympathetic towards his accuser Cheryl Zondi
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Charismatic revivalist pastor Timothy Omotoso failed in his bid to get judge Mandela Makaula, who is presiding over his rape trial, to recuse himself for allegedly being too sympathetic towards his accuser, Cheryl Zondi. Omotoso and his Jesus Dominion International Church co-accused, Lusanda Sulani and Zukiswa Sitho, are on trial for racketeering, human trafficking and rape. The Port Elizabeth branch of his church was shut down temporarily after protests outside the premises.