Self-styled Ghanaian Bishop of God, Daniel Obinim has ‘commanded’ two wedding rings from the realms of the spirit for two single female members of his church.
The two female members who had called on Bishop Obinim recently during church service at his Tema branch, narrated how they were getting worried in finding husbands.
The controversial preacher after listening to the church members, in his wisdom resorted to ‘instant solution’ in order to find husbands for the two young women who appeared desperate in their marriage request.
In a video believed to have been recorded at the Tema branch of the International God’s Way Church, Bishop Obinim pulled out a surprise as he was seen commanding two wedding rings out of the spiritual realms to give out to the two female members.
The two female members aged 31 and 29 who looked ready to do anything they could to get married this year were seen excited and jumping around the church auditorium after the so called wedding rings were placed on their fingers.
However, the church video upon its release appears to have angered a section of the Ghanaian public on various social media platforms, as they express anger at the conduct of Bishop Obinim.
Daniel Obinim has over the years caught the attention of many Ghanaians including religious leaders for his numerous miracles and other spiritual exercises performed during church services.
The Christian Council of Ghana and the Ghana Pentecostal Council have over the years condemn him for his ‘fake miracles and spiritual exercises’.
But the religious leader seems focused and even performing more ‘questionable’ miracles and getting more church members by day.
Recently, Bishop Obinim allegedly ‘conjured’ a passport from his shoe and also launched a ‘miracle sticker’ purported to be doing all impossible thing in life.
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