Bishop Obinim warns of evil spirits taking over Ghana

Bishop Obinim warns of evil spirits taking over Ghana

Bishop Daniel Obinim says his prayers have revealed to him that there is going to be an invasion of evil spirits in the country.

Obinim, who is the head of the International God's Way Church, is known to make controversial comments bordering on spirituality. It would seem this new one is following the trend.

Mynewsgh.com reports that the Christian preacher said these spirits will be looking to take valuable lives.

Obinim is said to have made this prediction in front of a faithful congregation at a church service over the weekend.

He called on all Ghanaians to pray and be steadfast in God because that is the only way they can be saved.

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Obinim warns

Bishop Daniel Obinim and wife, Florence. Photo credit: Google Photos

He is quoted as saying: “Jesus Christ has had a conversation with me. What I’m about to say does not matter whether you are religious or not.

"The Lord said there will be mysterious deaths in the country and that is orchestrated by Satan and his people.

There is the need for you to wake up and pray or else death will take someone important from your life.”

It will not be the first time the preacher is claiming direct revelation from Jesus Christ. He even claimed to have seen the biblical Moses and Adam and Eve.

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Through all of these controversies, his congregation has stood firmly with him.

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