Rape accused Tim Omotoso of Jesus Dominion International Ministries will make another bid for bail. The controversial televangelist, who has been at St Albans Prison since April made a brief appearance before the Port Elizabeth Magistrate’s Court on Friday.
The court had denied Omotoso bail on the 9th of June agreeing with the State that he was a flight risk and could interfere with investigations.
Omotoso has since chosen a new attorney, James Riley, who told the court that they will present new facts that will show why he qualified to be released on bail.
The Head of Jesus Dominion International ministry faces a charge of statutory rape and child abuse. He is alleged to have lured young girls to his upmarket house in Durban where he proceeded to rape and abuse them.