Bishop Obinim is highly recognised in Ghana as the general overseer for the International Gospel Way Church, IGWC. Claiming he is an Angel, there have been many controversies going round lately concerning his church.
On Friday the 27th of March which was Friday yesterday evening, something unfortunate happened. Bishop Obinim's church was raided by thunder as mentioned earlier in the headline which is also known in our local pallet as "Agradaa".
When some of the locals were asked about this incident, it was known to us that due to the weather conditions lately, it used to rain very much as a result, risks of having thunder being struck could happen at anytime.
This actually happened allegedly in one of his church branches in Kumasi that fateful evening.
Though some chairs were damaged, no one was harmed from the report.
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