Timothy Omotoso’s cell raided: immaculate suits and TV discovered

Timothy Omotoso’s cell raided: immaculate suits and TV discovered

- The pastor accused of sexual assault and human trafficking has an entire wardrobe of suits in his prison

- A surprise raid on his cell in Port Elizabeth revealed a TV and radio as well

- The raid came after complaints of preferential treatment

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After complaints about preferential treatment, Nigerian pastor Timothy Omotoso's cell was given a surprise raid.

An entire wardrobe of immaculate suits were discovered, as well as a radio and television were discovered. According to the law, Omotoso is not allowed to have a TV or radio in his cell.

The televangelist stands accused of sexual assault and human trafficking.

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Bathabile Dlamini, the Minister for Women in the Presidency complained about suspected preferential treatment which led to his cell in Port Elizabeth’s St Albans Prison being searched.

News24 reports that other inmates at the prison said the Nigerian's cell looked like a boutique since the beginning.

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Dlamini told protestors that this special treatment will definitely be addressed.

He lives in a single cell and does what he wants to do.

Omotoso's trial is ongoing.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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