Prophet Obinim Laments: My Church in Ruins After Feud with Kennedy Agyapong


In a shocking revelation during a live TikTok session, the founder and leader of the International God’s Way Church, Bishop Daniel Obinim, opened up about the devastating consequences of his feud with the Assin Central Member of Parliament, Kennedy Agyapong. According to the renowned prophet, the ongoing dispute has resulted in the collapse of his once-thriving church.

Bishop Obinim candidly shared his perspective, admitting that he had ignored divine warnings to cease his confrontations with Kennedy Agyapong. He expressed regret over his decision to challenge the Member of Parliament, believing he could emerge victorious in the battle. However, the spiritual leader now acknowledges that his focus on the spiritual aspects of the conflict was outweighed by Agyapong’s emphasis on physical confrontation.

During the TikTok live session, Bishop Obinim stated, “I was challenging him, even though God was speaking to me to stop what I was doing. I thought I could have won, so I persisted in fighting him. While I focused on the spiritual, he focused on the physical. It was only later that I realised I was in the hands of National Security, EOCO, BNI, Police CID, and SIU.”

The prophet went on to reveal that he was unexpectedly embroiled in legal troubles, including accusations of money laundering and illegal possession of someone else’s gold. Bishop Obinim claimed that he had no prior knowledge of these allegations and only became aware when it was already too late to rectify the situation.

The consequences of the ongoing legal battles have taken a toll on Bishop Obinim’s church, as he disclosed that the membership, which once exceeded 1000, has now dwindled to below 200.

As the prophet grapples with the repercussions of his actions, the revelation serves as a cautionary tale about the potential consequences of engaging in public disputes and the importance of heeding divine guidance.

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