Great News to All Obinim Followers! Bishop Obinim Granted Bail at Last

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News of Obinim granted bail, is sure to make the day of his followers whom have begun counting deaths, among sick members in need of their founder’s healing

Good news to Obinim’s followers; The founder of International Gods Way Church Bishop Daniel Obinim has finally been granted bail. The controversial pastor who was arrested on Tuesday over fraud allegations, was bailed with two sureties at the Police headquarters.

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According to his lawyer, Obinim is being used by the Police to shift attention from the pardon granted to the Montie three by the President. Agitating for his release, his followers had picketed at the Tema police station on Tuesday but were dispersed by the police with water canons. News of Obinim granted bail, is sure to make the day of his followers whom have begun counting deaths, among sick members in need of their founder’s healing.



The controversial pastor was detained at the Nima Police station on Tuesday, and spent the night in Police cells, after his arrest over a GHC11.6 million fraud. According to reports from the police; a complaint was lodged with the Police in Tema a few weeks ago by a businessman, who said he gave an amount of GH¢780,000 to Okomfo Gyapata of Mampong Nkwanta in the Eastern region, to do a spiritual ritual to bless the money obtained from a gold deal.

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The report continued that after some time, the complainant did not receive his money back neither did Okomfo help the man. The man then went to Bishop Obinim to help retrieve the money and do the rituals to bless the money for him. Obinim reportedly asked him to bring the rest of the money from the family gold business, amounting to 11.6 million cedis.

It was then reported that Obinim did not return the money neither did he do what he was expected to do. The miracle worker was arrested in Tema and transferred to the Accra Police headquarters for questioning.