YEN.com.gh has seen a video of controversial pastor, Angel Daniel Obinim, using photos of relatives of his church members to ‘charm’ money for them.
Their church members were captured in a long queue waiting for their turns to show the photo to Obinim for the money.
Obinim then looks at the photo which the church members show to him using their phones, touches the image with his palm, then mentions the amount of money that photo can fetch the person.
In the video, it seems Obinim asked all members of his church who had relatives abroad– whether family relations or boyfriends – to come forward for that special ‘intervention’.
Some of them mentioned Philippines, California, Ghana, America, China, and so on.
They mention the various countries one after the other, while he promised to miraculously take money from them.
The church members, afterwards, were seen happily jumping about in sheer excitement, however, there was one among them whose phone had gone off when it got to her turn, and so she received no help.
Daniel Obinim, a self-acclaimed man of God, has been in the news for mainly controversial reasons.
His actions in general have raised eyebrows with many people concluding that he is not a real man of God.
Naming himself Angel Obinim, he was in the news some time ago making certain utterances about sex which made people wonder what kind of pastor he is.
He was also in the news recently for raining curses on his church members while they looked on and laughed happily.
Obinim was also in the news for storming his church wearing a wig believed to be for his wife.
In a more recent news, Obinim hosted highlife musician, K.K Fosu, in his church, where he and his church members all jammed to secular love songs performed by the musician.
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