Bishop Daniel Obinim, the founder and leader of the International God's Way Church (IGWC), has given away 14 expensive cars in his church.
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The cars believed to have been given away last week included a G-Wagon, Bentley, Range Rover, BMX X6, Toyota Tundra, Chrysler, among others.
In a video sighted by Briefly.co.za, Obinim could be seen standing in his church naming the people who were to receive the car gifts.
Chief among the recipients was Obinim's wife, Florence, who was given the G-Wagon and Bentley.
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A senior pastor and one of Obinim's lieutenants who is simply known as Fireman received a Range Rover Supercharger.
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Two junior pastors, Osofo Eric and Osofo Kofi, received a BMW X6 and Tundra respectively, while one Oyambour received a Chrysler.
Another pastor, Osofo Charles, received a Audi Q7, while others received a Toyota Camry, A Nissan Pathfinder, a Hyundai Sonata, among others cars, were given away.
Earlier, Obinim claimed to have given a Range Rover Evoque to Jemima, the younger sister of his wife.
This meant that Obinim had given away about 14 expensive cars away in just about two weeks.
Obinim's car gifts turned the church into an ecstatic place as the congregation shouted in excitement.
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Obinim's gesture comes just a few months after his contemporary, Reverend Obofour of the Anointed Palace Chapel, gifted a similar number of expensive cars in his church.
Just like Obinim's own, Obofour's wife, Ciara, was chief among the recipients as she got A Rolls Royce on the day.
Others were Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi of the Glorious Wave Ministries and Auntie Bee of Efiewura fame. The two got a Jaguar and a Hyundai Elantra respectively.
While Obofour's gesture was to mark the naming the ceremony of his son, Obofour Junior, Obinim's own looks more like a random act of kindness.
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Source: Briefly News