- Bishop Obinim has been spotted wearing gloves and mask amid the Coronavirus scare
- The photo is believed to have been taken from a counselling session from his church
- Following the photo, some people are wondering how an 'angel' is afraid of the disease
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Bishop Daniel Obinim, the founder and leader of International God's Way Church (IGWC) has been spotted in a new photo wearing gloves and a mask during counselling in his church.
In the photo sighted by YEN.com.gh, Obinim could be seen sitting in a white couch with two people, an elderly woman and probably her son, sitting opposite to him.
Dressed in a red shirt and white trousers, Obinim had a mask covering his nose and mouth and pair of gloves for his hands.
The woman and the young were also seen wearing masks and gloves as they gazed attentively at him.
It is not known exactly what Obinim was doing but the setting in the photo looks like he was offering his counselling services to the duo.
The photo comes at a time Ghana has recorded six cases of the dreaded Coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
As it is widely known, the incidence of the Coronavirus case has led to the suspension of all schooling activities in the country by President Nana Akufo-Addo
President Akufo-Addo in his directive also banned public gatherings like funerals, church services, among others.
While Obinim cannot hold his regular church service, he is going about his other activities and must have thought it wise to protect himself and his 'clients'.
Following the photo, many Ghanaians on social media have been wondering how Obinim, who claims to be an angel and was even recently reported to have had a spiritual oil against disease would be wearing a mask.
@rachelyayra referred to the reported claim about the oil: "The person who said he has gotten oil for coronavirus, what is he protecting himself from."
@prince_markson also pointed the same out in Twi: "Na eny3 ono na ose )wo oil no ."
@fan.tym described Obinim as a very funny man: "This man is really funny."
Meanwhile, Ghana has confirmed its seventh Coronavirus case on Tuesday, March 17, 2020.
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