Popular Nigerian Pastor Who Raped A 5- Year- Old Girl Has Been Sentenced To Death By Hanging.
The series of rape cases in Nigeria has become outrageous and calls for global concern.
It’s looking like it’s a ritual to rape young girls, some as young as 5 years and even clergymen who are suppose to preach against it are now the ones taking the lead, its a shame.
In early 2019 a popular pastor by the name Tunde Dimeji was arrested by the Nigerian police in Ogun state command for raping the daughter of his member, she was just 5 -year-old then.
The pastor was arrested after the girl’s parents reported the case to the police.
The pastor who was the senior pastor of “Pillars of faith ministry which is located in Ogun state was arrested after he allegedly rapes a young girl who came for prayer and fasting in his church.
According to the pastor’s secretary, she said the girl came to the man’s office at about 8. 30 in the morning for prayers and she ushers the girl into the pastor’s office as usual without suspecting anything.
She said she heard when the little girl was crying and shouting for help while inside the office, which made her alert people around for rescue.
The pastor was arrested and detained in prison custody because the girl’s parents didn’t want to leave the case.
The pastor’s case was charged to court after the pastor accepted his charges and said he is ready to face the law.
The pastor blamed his act on Satan saying it was the devil that made him do what he did.
So many of his members who have faced the same abuse at the hands of the pastor came out to say that the pastor is always fun of trying to rape his members.
According to the little girl who narrated how the pastor was praying for her then started touching her body and forcefully raped her.
The High Court sitting in Ondo state after reviewing the charges leveled against the young pastor sentenced him to death by hanging saying It’s something that shouldn’t’ t be encouraged in the country.
The pastor is a disappointment to Christianity.
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