- Obinim has blasted Kennedy Agyapong in a new video
- According to Obinim, he is ready to deal with Kennedy Agyapong
- He said he is ready to break church for one year and deal with the lawmaker spiritually
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The war of words between Bishop Daniel Obinim and Member of Parliament, Kennedy Agyapong, is not ending anytime soon.
For the past weeks, Kennedy Agyapong has made it a mission to drop wild secrets about the controversial man of God who happens to be the founder of God's Way International Church.
The Assin Fosu MP recently dropped photos of the ladies Obinim has been sleeping with which include actress Benedicta Gafah, according to the MP's claim.
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Now, a trending video of Obinim angrily firing Kennedy Agyapong has taken over the internet.
In the video, Obinim indicated that he is ready to break church for one year and deal with the lawmaker spiritually.
He also stressed that he is not afraid of Kennedy Agyapong and he is ready to match him boot for boot.
Watch the video below:
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Obinim cautioned Kennedy Agyapong that should he show his photos and videos again, he would deal with him.
Meanwhile, Obinim has incurred the wrath of Ghanaians on social media by performing what they say is a fake miracle.
Bishop Obinim is known for performing several miracles which his church members record and upload on social media.
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In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, Obinim was seen performing a miracle on man in a wheelchair but before he could command the man to stand up, the man himself was already up and was walking.
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