TSAKANE - A 32-year-old pastor has been arrested earlier this week following two accusations of sexually assaulting his fellow congregants at Tsakane Ekurhuleni, Gauteng. It is alleged the pastor lured the two female congregants for a private prayer session at his church in Tsakane as to unlock their blessings,therefore he molested the victims before assaulting them without using protection.
In addition, the pastor gave both the female congregants R100 each to buy contraceptives pills (Morning after pill) to minimise the risks of getting pregnant. The pastor was arrested after a case was opened against him by the victims and set to appear before the Tsakane Magistrate's Court soon on two counts of sexual assault. It is quite disturbing that nowadays we have a lot of fake pastors and they have bad intentions. They start a church in order to make money and to do certain things to congregate but since they have brainwashed many of them there is nothing much that the public can do.
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