Bishop Daniel Obinim is recognized publicly and professionally as Angel Obinim, due to how miraculous he does his things.
Indeed, Bishop Daniel Obinim is noted as one of the loved and honored Bishop's in Ghana because of how he treat his congregants as well as helpful he's to them.
Certainly, It has been testified by one of Bishop Daniel Obinim's church members known in real life as Mr. Kennedy Kwame Newton that Bishop Daniel Obinim has no co-equal in Ghana.
According to Mr. Kennedy Kwame Newton, he used to be working at Gallamsey site which was not helping him to get enough money.
But, he finally visited Bishop Daniel Obinim and narrated his problems to him as a member of his church and he agreed to assist him in order to make it in life.
Finally and fortunately, Bishop Daniel Obinim gifted him a brand new car, house and a lot of money to live a noble life. Below avails what the man said as it has been stated on Bishop Daniel Obinim's Facebook page;
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