Turn into a snake on TV and let’s see – British High Commissioner dares Obinim

Turn into a snake on TV and let’s see – British High Commissioner dares Obinim
Source: Ghana | Myjoyonline.com
Date: 08-02-2016 Time: 04:02:48:pm
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Jon Benjamin, British High Commissioner to Ghana
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British High Commissioner to Ghana, Jon Benjamin has thrown a challenge to the Head Pastor of the International Godsway Ministries, Bishop Daniel Obinim to turn into a snake live on TV.

Jon Benjamin believes that following the barrage of criticisms against Obinim over his declaration that he has the ability to turn into an animal, it is imperative for Obinim to prove his critics wrong.

The Head Pastor of the International Godsway Ministries has been sharply criticised after he claimed in a video interview that he has supernatural powers with which he transforms himself into any animal in the spiritual realm.

He explained on his OBTV channel that he can transform into a snake and enter any room, bite his target and disappear afterwards.

Bishop Obinim said even though he is not an animal, he can spiritually transform into a snake or a dog and warned people not to dared him.

The controversial pastor revealed that he once transformed into a snake with Jesus by his side who also transformed into a lion and visited someone.

Jon Benjamin commented on the issue in aTweet, wondering if anyone believes the pastor.

“While on the subject, does anyone actually believe this? Why doesn't he do it live on TV to prove it to all of us?” he asked.

He retweeted a story from the BBC - What will stop the rise in bogus preachers in Africa? -  and added that “A very pertinent question: "What will stop the rise of bogus preachers in Africa?" Are there any such here in Ghana?”

 

 


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