He was arrested on Thursday at Port Elizabeth airport shortly after his flight landed.
He was accused of luring young girls into his bedroom and molesting them.
According to South African Broadcasting Corporation 3 (SABC3)’s Special Assignment, Omotoso allegedly handpicked the girls (about 30 of them) and instructed them to live in his house where they were forced to have unprotected sex with him.
Watch the Special Assignment feature here:
South African authorities charged Omotoso with human trafficking.
Port Elizabeth Magistrate’s Court on Friday postponed the case to May 3rd and ordered his remand in prison.
Earlier on Friday, protesters gathered outside the courtroom, calling for him to be denied bail.
While his church members were seen kneeling, praying and singing outside the Magistrate Court.People gathered outside court are excited as #ANCWL members come out of court saying "No ail granted" #TimOmotoso pic.twitter.com/vNoJBCBOlX— HeraldLIVE (@HeraldPE) April 21, 2017
Follow @BishopIkedi1Church members are kneeling praying and singing outside PE Magistrate's Court #TimOmotoso #JesusDominionInternational pic.twitter.com/u3IASqK0sa— HeraldLIVE (@HeraldPE) April 21, 2017
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