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Obinim laments the drop in membership, saying that "Obofour and I have lost our relevance" (VIDEO)
Obinim laments the drop in membership, saying that "Obofour and I have lost our relevance" (VIDEO)

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Obinim laments the drop in membership, saying that “Obofour and I have lost our relevance” (VIDEO)

Bishop Daniel Obinim, the founder and head of the International God’s Way Church, has disclosed that his disagreement with Kennedy Agyapong, the Assin Central Member of Parliament, led to the dissolution of his organization.

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During a live TikTok session, Bishop Obinim detailed the specifics of his church’s downfall, emphasizing the consequences of getting into a verbal altercation with the vocal politician.

Bishop Obinim provided an explanation for his account, stating that Kennedy Agyapong started the fight and first misjudged its consequences. Disregarding the divine advice against the conflict, he thought it was just a spiritual conflict.

Said Obinim, “When I assessed my strength, I could have beaten Kennedy Agyapong and still have more energy in me, but not knowing my strength had to do with spiritual strength, and he was fighting me in the physical realm where he was more fit than me.”

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Bishop Obinim discovered as the altercation progressed that it was a battle that went beyond the afterlife and affected both his physical and legal position. He related how he was charged with money laundering and having someone else’s gold, and how he was in legal hot water with the FBI, SIU, BNI, EOCO, and Police CID.

After the event, Bishop Obinim bemoaned the sharp drop in church membership, which had gone from over a thousand to around two hundred. He stressed the significance of evaluating one’s strengths and averting pointless confrontations.

He revealed, “I didn’t even get 200 members when I met in church; I used to have more than 1000 congregants.” I questioned why I had ever battled with him. For this reason, I’m giving you all advice: never try to fight someone who wants to fight you; instead, evaluate their power and your own.”

Bishop Obinim went on to describe the difficulties he encountered in court, including requests for payment for legal counsel, indicating the significant effects of the conflict on both his personal and professional lives.

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Kennedy Agyapong had earlier started a campaign in Ghana against a number of pastors, charging them with dishonesty and fraudulent activities. Accusations of infidelity, womanizing, money laundering, and spreading erroneous teachings surrounded the dispute with Bishop Obinim.

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