72 of Bishop Angel Obinim's pastors reportedly lost their jobs, according to reports. People ought to labor hard and get their hands dirty, in his opinion. They are also allowed to continue serving God outside of his church if they so choose. A video of Bishop Angel Daniel Obinim's happiness after firing the 72 pastors from his church is included.
"I'm a free man now. Let me reaffirm that the few pastors I currently have are performing all of the duties of those that were fired. Nothing is wrong with this. There aren't any gaps. In a video that is part of this post, Bishop Obinim said, "They should go and get a different job.
There were a ton of responses in the comments section underneath the news item. They pleaded with Bishop Obinim to continue his good deeds in the future.
Recall that Daniel Obinim, also known as Angel Obinim, was ordained as a pastor of the International God's Way Church in Ghana on August 29, 1977.
You may see Bishop Daniel Angel Obinim confirm the news in his congregation by clicking on the video below.
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