Gospel Star Xolani Jwaga Defends Christianity Amidst Omotoso’s Criminal Acts. When the news of pastor Timothy Omotoso hit the headlines wherw he was exposed of all the despicable things he did to people more especially women at his church, most people judged Christianity. Gospel musician Xolani Jwaga said people must not judge the religion and anyone who follows it for bad actions performed by others.
Xolani has been following both events and said people should resist the temptation to paint all Christians with the same brush.
“Any institution with good intentions can be cleaned. Take universities for example, if your child goes to one and meets both good and bad people, it does not reflect on the university. The purpose of the university is good. Religion is good but the people who come into it may not be. We can’t define religion by one person or how they act.
“If there is a criminal in South Africa that does not make all South Africans criminals.”
Omotoso and two other accused Lusanda Sulani (36) and Zukiswa Sitho (28) face a series of charges including human trafficking, sexual assault and the rape of female congregants in Omotoso’s Durban-based church.