- Obinim says he made 'Ye wo krom' a hit by laying hands on the CD
- He also says he greater than other men of God, since they can't contend with his spiritual powers
- Obinim also says his congregation has also contributed to the popularity of the song 'Ye wo krom'
- Atom confirms, he sought spiritual blessings from Obinim before the release of the song.
Bishop Daniel Obinim has laid claims to making a hiplife hit song, “Ye wok rom” popular due to the fact that he laid hands on a copy of the CD.
According to him, he single-handedly made the hiplife hit song ‘Ye Wo Krom’ by musician Atom, popular in Ghana through the laying of hands on the CD and blessing it before its release. He adds that he did this in the capacity as the spiritual father of the musician, Atom. He also attributed his claims to his congregation singing the song for him after he posted a new clip, saying that he had come to the realization that no man of God can contend with his high level of spiritual maturity.
Readers are reminded that Bishop Daniel Obinim made headlines some few weeks ago when a video started circulating, showing the ‘man of God’ claiming that he had spiritual powers that can help him transform into snakes and bite people to death, often accompanied by his buddy, Jesus Christ.
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The man of God ,received serious backlash from a section of the public, including clergymen and the UK High Commissioner to Ghana, H.E Jon Benjamin, for his comment which was thought to be very terrible coming from a supposed ‘man of God’.
Bishop Obinim in a new clip while reacting to the backlash said based on the reaction of Ghanaians including his fellow pastors, he has come to the realization that no man of God can contend with his spiritual powers.
In the video after Obinim has reacted , the congregation started singing the ‘Ye Wo Krom’ for their prophet, who sees himself as being in a class of his own, especially when he is by far, the only Prophet in Ghana who can transform into animals.
Following this, there were speculations that the musician (Atom) was to sue Bishop Obinim for performing the popular song but in an interview with Kasapa News, Atom has dismissed the report of taking Obinim on, but has confirmed that he sought the blessings of the ‘weird’ bishop ahead of the release of the song.
Meanwhile Obinim has laughed off claims of a suit for him as he insists ‘Ye Wo Krom’ couldn’t have been a hit without his spiritual touch.