Bishop Daniel Obinim, a well-known cleric from Ghana who founded and is the head of the International Godsway Church, has bemoaned the loss of many members following his altercation with Kennedy Agyapong.
In a self-recorded video, Bishop Obinim claimed that he had run at a significant loss because of his feud with Kennedy Agyapong.
In the video, Bishop Obinim claims that he used to have thousands of members but is now having trouble keeping up with just 200.
Remember that the Member of Parliament was the reason behind Bishop Obinim’s previous arrest a few years ago?
Kennedy Agyapong at the time accused the man of God of fabricating documents and publishing false news, which resulted in charges under sections 208 and 159 of the Criminal and Other Offences Act, 1960 (Act 29).
Obinim made the decision to speak on it after remaining silent for four years.
Obinim claimed that because he believed he was more spiritually developed than the Assin Central MP, he disregarded divine orders to leave the conflict peacefully.
Bishop Obinim claimed that he felt humiliated by the encounter, which had cost him a significant amount of valuable resources, and that he had been conceited at the time.
He claimed that his expensive possessions included his cars, a few homes, and even his bodyguards.
See the following video to learn more.
Founder of International God's Way Church, Dr. Prophet Angel Obinim, in tears over the collapse of his church. pic.twitter.com/aNtK6B0u2w
— SIKAOFFICIAL🦍 (@SIKAOFFICIAL1) January 11, 2024
Relatedly, after boasting for years, Bishop Obinim has finally admitted that he is incapable of changing into any kind of animal.
Towards the end of the same self-made video, Obinim came clean and said he was not able to transform into the tiger, snake, and other scar animals he had been lying about for a few years. The claims that he could transform into an animal were untrue, as Bishop Obinim acknowledged. He is just a regular human being like the rest of us, with eating, drinking, and urinating habits, among other things.