Watch as Bishop Obinim storms church in a woman's wig

Watch as Bishop Obinim storms church in a woman's wig

- Bishop Daniel Obinim is in the news once again for some weird reason

- Bishop Obinim has been spotted in new video wearing a woman's wig in his church

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Just three days after YEN.com.gh reported him to have literally turned into an Imam to lead his church in Muslim prayer, Bishop Daniel Obinim is in the news again for doing something weird.

This time, the founder and leader of the International Godsway Church (IGWC) has been spotted in a new video wearing a woman's wig in church.

In the very short video, Bishop Obinim is seen wearing a long hair wig and gesticulating like a lady while his congregants shouted in amazement.

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It is not known what is the reason behind the wearing of the wig but it looks like it was all part of his preaching for the day.

The video is fast going viral since it popped up online.

Bishop Obinim, it must be noted, is no stranger to such unconventional methods of conducting his church service.

He was once in the news for asking his congregants to bring their underwear to be burnt in the church as part of a spiritual direction.

In the last few weeks, he has been trending on social media for various reasons

A video of him miraculously pulling a passport from a church member’s shoe hit the internet not long ago and there has been a lot talk about his 'miraculous stickers' which trended so much that former President John Mahama used it to mock President Nana Akufo-Addo.

He also recently came in the news for claiming to have delivered a lady, who said she had slept with over 9000 men from in the last seven years, from prostitution.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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