Bishop Obinim reportedly buys private jet, set to arrive in Ghana soon

Bishop Obinim reportedly buys private jet, set to arrive in Ghana soon

- Ghanaian man of God, Bishop Obinim, has revealed that he is set to buy one of two private jets yet to arrive in the country

- The pastor while speaking in an interview made a phone call to a man in UK, presented to be the middle man involved in the purchase of the jets

- It was revealed that Obinim was going to take delivery of the planes and check them out

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Founder and leader of The International God’s Way Church, Bishop Daniel Obinim, has revealed that he is making plans to pay for a private jet which is set to arrive in Ghana soon on his request.

The popular man of God was seen in an interview as he made a phone call to one Nana Prempeh based in the United Kingdom.

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According to Prempeh, all the documentation needed to purchase the private jet had been completed and the only thing needed is Obinim's signature to seal the deal.

Obinim buys private jet; set to arrive in Ghana soon

Obinim. Credit: Supplied

Obinim, in a bid to prove his point, showed his phone to the camera and it captured the foreign number he received the call from.

Prempeh revealed at a point that the planes were in the UK and that he was waiting for permission from the man of God to fly the planes to Ghana for him to check them out.

The voice on the other side of the conversation believed to be the middleman in the sale added that he wanted to get a plane that could travel longer distances and also get to customize the seat of Bishop Obinim.

In divulging more information, Prempeh indicated what he had found was a 12-seater jet which was going to suit the needs of the pastor.

He added that Obinim was going to receive preferential treatment unlike some politicians and businessmen in the country.

Video Credit: YouTube/One Love Ghana TV

The man of God, in talking about the cost of the jet, revealed that he had so much money in his spiritual warehouse that he could pay for the jet without breaking a sweat.

He added that he was never envious of anyone because he had more than enough to spend.

Not too long ago, NAIJ.com reported on another video in which the popular pastor, during one of his prophetic and deliverance services, wanted to take off into the skies.

"I feel to fly right now...I feel to fly", the man of God was heard saying.

"Watch me, I am about to vanish", he continued in Twi.

He was instantly surrounded by some junior pastors and some of his congregants who begged him to rescind his decision to leave them on earth.

The man of God has attempted to take off into heaven on his 'wings' on more than one occasion with the first one seeing him run across the church while flapping his arms.

The Kumasi-based Man of God is noted for proclaiming that he is an angel among men and is also noted for claiming to appear in the dreams of some of his congregants.

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The leader of the church is arguably one of Ghana’s most influential men of God and counted among the richest in the country because he boasts of many houses and expensive cars.

He recently purchased a brand new Rolls Royce Ghost Series II believed to cost about N108m. He revealed that he could purchase more of the plush vehicles if he so desired after some critics bashed him.

Aside the fact that many people do not side with some of the antics and controversies, the Man of God has been involved in, he commands a huge church following both in Kumasi and Accra.

The pastor is married to award-winning gospel sensation, Florence Obinim.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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