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22-Jul-2018  
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A video of ‘Angel’ Obinim, in which he delivered a woman, Deborah Adam who says she has two children with the popular Justice of the Supreme Court of Ghana, Atuguba from bedwetting has popped up.

According to the woman’s testimony, she traveled to New Jersey in the United States to visit one of her sons. She was given room to sleep, only to wake up the next day to see urine all over the bed.

She continued that, her son’s wife noticed her embarrassment but she couldn’t gather the courage to ask her.

For something she thought it was a normal thing, happened again the next day. The 56-year-old woman decided to visit a doctor to seek a solution to her bedwetting but to no avail.

She returned to Ghana and still, the bedwetting continued until she tuned in to a television to pray with Obinim.

According to her, whiles watching one of Obinim’s deliverance service on TV, the man of God called out people who wet their bed to come forward.

At home and watching the TV with faith, she also stood up and after Obinim’s prayers, she received her portion of the deliverance.

To test if indeed, she has been delivered, she traveled again to the States, slept at where she slept at her son’s house but this time, didn’t bedwets.

And for three years now, she has not been bedwetting.

The woman added that, when she is in her house, she doesn’t bed wets but it only happens when she visits her son. The more reason why she felt it is not physical but a spiritual problem

Watch the video below;




 
 
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