- Outspoken Ghanaian politician, Kennedy Agyapong has vowed to properly deal with Bishop Obinim for warning him to stop insulting him
- Kennedy said he will devote all his time to dealing with Obinim when he is done dealing with Prophet Owusu Bempah and Prophet Badu-Kobi
- Kennedy Agyapong made these comments after watching a video of Bishop Obinim warning him to stop talking about him or face his wrath
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Controversial Ghanaian politician, Kennedy Agyapong says he is ready to fully take on Bishop Daniel Obinim after the latter warned him to stop talking about him or face his wrath.
The outspoken politician said he will devote all his time to dealing with Obinim when he is done dealing with popular men of God, Prophet Owusu Bempah and Prophet Badu-Kobi.
Kennedy Agyapong made these comments after watching a video of Bishop Obinim warning him to stop talking about him or face his wrath.
In an interview on Oman FM and monitored by YEN.com.gh, Kennedy Agyapong revealed that Obinim has made a mistake by warning him because he will devote a full one week after he is done with Prophet Badu Kobi, to reveal deep secrets about Obinim.
The politician made reference to when Obinim impregnated his church member and made the child sick so he could avoid taking care of the child.
He added that most Ghanaians are blinded by religion and cannot see that Obinim is a fake man of God.
The founder and leader of International Godsway Ministries warned Kennedy Agyapong to stop insulting him.
Bishop Obinim had earlier said that he had had enough of the insults from the Member of Parliament for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong.
Obinim stated that this is the fourth time Kennedy Agyapong was insulting him with no reason and he was also ready to reply him squarely.
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