-Obinim was seen in a video allegedly flying into heaven
-He ended up in the arms of some of his members
Founder and leader of The International God’s Way Church, Bishop Daniel Obinim has caused another stir on social media with the latest video of one of his ‘antics’ that has started going viral.
The popular Man of God was seen in one of his church branches during service and he was reportedly trying to fly to heaven.
It appears that the pastor, during his prophetic and deliverance service wanted to take off into the skies.
In the video, the man of God who was fully dressed in a suit and tie, mimicked the actions of a bird preparing for takeoff by flapping his arms.
After a few seconds of ‘flapping his wings’, Bishop Daniel Obinim started running towards a group of people gathered at one point of the auditorium at top speed and threw himself into their arms.
Many people then dashed to the spot to also hold him from falling. It appears it was a spiritual exercise.
The Kumasi-based Man of God is noted for proclaiming that he was an angel among men and was also noted to say he could morph into different animals to aid many of his church members by sometimes appearing in their dreams.
The leader of the church is arguably one of Ghana’s most influential Men of God. The self-proclaiming angel of God is noted for his stylish way of dressing and for the many miracles he works for some of his congregants.
He is also counted among the richest Men of God in the country because he boasts of many houses and expensive cars.
Aside the fact that many people do not side with some of the antics and controversies,the Man of God has been involved in, he commands a huge church following both in Kumasi and Accra.
The Man of God is married to local gospel sensation, Florence Obinim.
It is believed that he is the producer of all the songs credited to the gospel songstress.
Not too long ago, a video of Bishop Obinim and his wife dancing ‘romantically’ in church went viral and may people admired the couple for it.
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