The founder and leader of International God's Way Church Bishop Angel Obinnim appeared in a long plush convoy during the funeral ceremony of his in-law. He was also flanked with full security detail.
Immediately Obinnim arrived, The traditional dance group at the funeral grounds started with drum appellations in his honor. Obinnim waved and walked straight to his designated seat.
During the appellations, Florence Obinnim who is Obinnim's wife could be seen crying. She placed her two hands on her head.
As the procession continued, you could see heavy military, custom officers and police officers parading the grounds.
Florence obinnim and her cousins also received consolation players from Angel Obinnim before he deported.
" May we never hear about death again. I stand as a servant of God and pray to console the entire family. The blood of Jesus shall guide your steps and activities. May he give you long life and prosperity " Angel Obinnim prayed.
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