|Audio Attachment:Listen to DSP Kwaku Duah, the Suame Divisional Police Crime Officer,narrating how dead snakes,bones and red candles alleged to have been buried by Bishop Daniel Obinim were exhumed from under a tree.|
The Suame Divisional Police Crime Officer, DSP Kwaku Duah, has confirmed to PEACE NEWS that he has ordered the General Overseer of the International God’s Way Church to produce two individuals to assist in investigations into a case of conspiracy.
Bishop Daniel Obinim is alleged to be the brain behind a plot to bury dead snakes, bones suspected to be human parts, red candles at the church premises of a rival pastor, Prophet Ebenezer Adarkwa Yiadom, at Ahenema Kokoben, a suburb of Kumasi.
Bishop Daniel Obinim was at the police station Saturday morning to give a statement after which he was granted bail by the police.
Narrating the incident to PEACE FM, Frank Annor, the complainant, alleged that he was contracted by Bishop Obinim last month to bury the dead snake, bones and some red candles at the worship centre for a fee of GH¢4,000.
But according to him, Bishop Obinim failed to honour his part of the contract. Frank Annor, who was persistent in his attempt to get his money, rather suffered attacks on his life which, he said, made him report the matter to the police.
However, he continued that, if Bishop Obinim had fulfilled his part of the contract he would have revealed the secret because of the ungodly nature of the act by the Bishop, which he perceived to be a disgrace to the service of God.
Police investigators led Frank Annor to the worship grounds of Prophet Ebenezer Adarkwa Yiadom to exhume the items which were contained in a black polythene bag under a tree.
Annor is said to have been infuriated by the posture of the “man of God,” and alleged that all the supposed miracles Bishop Obinim performs were stage-managed.
According to Frank Annor, the people who are paraded as healed of certain ailments by Bishop Obinim are persons the bishop goes to contract from the Volta Region.
Annor alleged that the bishop could pay as much GH¢500 to a victim who would only act as lame, dead or unconscious to be revived by the bishop.
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