Subsequent viral reports that suggested that Bishop Daniel Obinim of International God’s Way Church has been apprehended last night, well one of his junior pastors, who also happens to be his aide has come out to debunk the reports.
In a statement posted on the Bishop Obinim Ministries Facebook page, he implies that their spiritual godfather has not been arrested by Ghana Police.
The statement released by the special aide also touched on reports that Bishop Obinim was rushed to the hospital after the police raged his church to arrest him.
According to him, ‘Angel’ Obinim was rather urged by his medical team to visit the hospital for a proper check-up and treatment due to the stress and anguish of these hard times.
The statement makes it categorically clear that Bishop Obinim is at home and not arrested.
Read the full statement below :
BISHOP DANIEL ANGEL OBINIM HAS NOT BEEN ARRESTED BY GHANA POLICE
There are news articles circulating on social media but all of them are untrue.
The Founder and General Overseer of IGWC Bishop Daniel OBINIM popularly referred to as Angel OBINIM due to stress and all the torment of this hard time, Angel Obinim was advised by his medical team to visit the hospital for a proper check up and Medical treatment.
Under no circumstance should anyone lie to you Angel Obinim has been Rushed to the Hospital. I urged the public to disregard all such rumours as there is no truth in it that he has being Arrested By Ghana Police.Is
Angel Obinim was at the Church premises yesterday when some police officers went to him with an invitation letter from the CID to kindly report to the station based on a case filled against him by someone.
His lawyers then represented him at the station because he was booked for a medical review same day. As at the time of writing this today (friday), Angel Obinim was in the house doing fine, he hasn’t been arrested nor kept behind bars so throw away that fake news making rounds. Also note that if one is arrested or invited by the police, that doesn’t mean the person is guilty, one is proven guilty only at a court of competent jurisdiction.
Source: RICHARD JACKSON — Special Aide to Bishop Daniel OBINIM