The leader of the International God's Way Church, Bishop Angel Daniel Obinim has displayed his affluence publicly at the funeral of his wife's father today, Sunday 14th 2021. He stormed the main funeral yesterday with a heavy security presence. Today, his security was less tight. However, his presence was felt in the afternoon when he started spreading bundles of money to the teeming number of Ghanaians.
His 'public show of affluence' started when he threw three two hundred cedi note at the singing band. Later, he signalled one of his men who in turn, pulled out a bundle of two hundred Ghana cedi note. This action attracted a large crowd towards him which nearly resulted to a stampede. You could hear people shouting, "let the money rain" in the local dialect.
It is surprising how Prophet Obinim still has all this money despite the exposés from Kennedy Agyapong. This clearly showed that he had other business ventures aside his ministry.
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