Mawuli popularly called ‘Nana Nframa’ a repented fetish priest has called out the founder of International God’s Way International Church Bishop Daniel Obinim as being a fraud after he was unable to exorcise the spirits he claimed were “tormenting” him.
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Speaking on the Accra-based radio station, Abusua FM’s ‘Confessions’, Nana Nframa declined wanting popularity as his main aim of calling out the prophet was for people to see the the prophet for who he truly was.
The former fetish priest who has practiced African Traditional Religion for 25-years said he visited Obinim’s church after he appeared in his dream.
He also claimed that the prophet is only into money making as his consultation fee of GHC100 to GHC200 almost made him, Nana Nframa, bankrupt.
He said, "Obinim appeared in my dream so I visited him and told him about my problems of which he promised to help exorcise the spirits tormenting. He promised to convert me and train me as a pastor. I had so much hopes in him."
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"But he deceived me to sell all my properties including my houses and lands, and he promised to transfer money into my bank account during night time but all these were lies. You can’t go there without paying money, you always have to pay consultation fee which I didn’t have, so I stopped going there."
"I believed him to set me free by exorcising the spirits that were haunting me. He couldn’t drive the spirits that were haunting me".
"I stayed with him for almost one year before moving out five months ago, I didn’t even tell him when I moved out. I never paid utility bills nor rent. I was always beaten anytime I departed from him, he wasn’t ready to help me," he said.
According to him, after realizing that the dwarfs were still haunting him amidst canning, he visited the head Pastor of Open Arms Ministries who delivered him successfully.
Nana Nframa also claimed many men of God, prostitutes, businessmen, couples visited his shrine at Kasoa for spiritual intervention in their lives urging Ghanaians to serve God in humility.