- Obinim's church members have been seen bowing down to touch his six-year-old daughter
- The video has gone viral and social media users are talking about it
- Obinim is regarded as one of the controversial prophets in Ghana
Currently trending on social media is a video from a church service in the International Godsway Ministries which shows church members struggling to touch the feet of their head pastor, Daniel Obinim's daughter.
When it comes to Ghanaian man of God, Daniel Obinim, it appears there are no limits to how controversial he can get. Just recently, a video surfaced on the internet which has left many people in shock.
In the video, Obinim is seen standing with his 6-year-old daughter while church members rush towards them in groups to bow down and perhaps touch the feet of the little girl.
Watch video below:
While the reason for the strange behaviour is yet to be uncovered, it comes as no surprise considering how controversial and daring the self-proclaimed gifted and spiritual leader is.
See some reactions to the video:
ayo4president: If I get my parents ever doing this, not sorry to say I will disown them
goodluckgram: I just wasted my data watching this rubbish
iamvickyderby: May they not take her glory in the process
iamoluwasalty: This is so stupid
ovrawahhenry: The cell membrane in most Ghanaians is actually dead...
cmpression: How did we get here as a continent?? ♀️♀
The pastor sure knows how to set tongues wagging. If he's not showing off his expensive automobiles or his 'visit' to heaven, he is bragging about his high record of angelic miracle performances.
In a video that went viral on social media, Obinim was seen preaching to his congregants about his miracle performing prowess. According to the controversial man of God, he has performed more miracles than Jesus Christ.
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