The herbalist was said to have fraudulently obtained N800,000 from one Adesoji Omolewa under the pretext of caring for her sick mother.
Mustapha Bala, Ogu Tahir and Anas Shuaibu and others at large vandalised the church on June 24, stealing four loudspeakers, two standing fans, a projector and one show-glass.
The victim’s mother said she had sent her 15-year-old daughter on an errand in the Akute Odo area, but Mr Njoku allegedly waylaid her.
The international organisation urged the government at all levels to redouble efforts to protect children against violence.
The suspect were arrested by men of the NSCDC in the state.
The action of the pastor has continued to elicit angry reactions from Nigerians, especially Christian believers who consider the church’s teachings an heresy.
The minor was seen by Civil Defence operatives roaming the streets of Kano with injuries and scars on her body.
Mr Adetunji said the victim has been handed over to the National Agency for Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP).
The accused persons who had no legal representation to plead their case were found guilty of sodomy and thereby sentenced by the Islamic court.
The request follows the arrest of the couple on June 23 in the UK over allegations that they conspired to illegally harvest the organ of the reportedly underaged David.