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"It’s a Sermon Ampa” -Bishop Obinim Explains Kwaku Frimpong’s 2nd Sermon “Dito-Ditoo”

There is no doubt that teachers have their terminologies in their field of work. Masons also have their terms and so does lawyers and engineers. What we didn’t know were pastors. Little did attention thrown at the church. Well, Bishop Obinim has proved that he understands sermons regardless of where it is coming from and who is saying them.

In a recent video making rounds and trending on Twitter, the man of God was seen explaining what Black Sheriff was saying in his epistles of life that he dubbed “Sermons.” He systematically explained the words and what they meant. Every single word or sentence was highly understandable for the man of God.

I must admit that there were sentences I didn’t really understand. It took the man of God to explain the sentence to Ghanaians. This is a phenomenon that many Twitter followers will admit. For me, I didn’t understand the part where Black Sheriff was telling his friend to descend because 12 men were waiting for him downstairs.

According to the Bishop, Black Sheriff’s friend wanted to scam the 12 boys downstairs after their mogul money dropped. So the 12 guys waiting downstairs are there for their money or “Vawulence go happen.” Wow, it never occurred to me that was the narrative.

He further explained the remaining verses and justified his ability to explain on the fact that his wife is a musician so he has an easy way to digest music.


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