logo

Come To My Church If You Want Babies, Cars – Obinim

775940366_151534

After declaring himself an angel with special abilities to turn into any animal of his choice, Founder and leader of the International God’s Way Church, Bishop Daniel Obinim has spoken highly of himself being able to give women the fruit of their womb.

He also praised himself for giving prophecies during 31st watch night service (2016) that seems to be manifesting.

Obinim bragged about these during the testimony time at his church service today, 29th January, when some members of his congregation had come to give testimonies of their experiences.

In one instance; a woman had come to give testimony of her pregnancy after obinim prayed for her.

The second testimony was from a congregant who bought a car three days after Obinim prophesied at his 31st December 2016 watch night service that many people were going to own a car in 2017.

Referring to himself as an angel, Obinim welcomed those who seek a child to his church because he is sharing children.

“This is not a child we are selling, we are sharing for free. You pay nothing. So when you come, just come straight to me Angel Obinim or any of my pastors and tell them that you want one of the children. We give it for free; we will give you one for free…”

Citing an example, Obinim said “This woman was looking for a child for six years, she went to different places she couldn’t get a child. She heard about me and came. She is pregnant for six months; six months is not a small journey,” he reiterated.

In a bid to prove the potency of his prayers, Obinim invited forward – all those who had bought cars after his prophesy on 31st December 2016.

Obinim himself declared that he had bought a 2017 Range Rover model of Evoque.

“January hasn’t ended, those who have had their cars in January, they should come forward. I said this year, cars will be many. In my dream, I was sharing car keys. It has started early, there’s more to come in February, March, April and the rest of the month”

Obinim is known for his self-proclaimed spiritual powers and extreme practices which have often sparked debates over the conduct and practices of ‘Men of God’ in Ghana.

He is currently in a court case for assaulting members of his congregation during church service.

 

Please follow and like us:

Share
#

Write a comment

2+6 = ?