Details have emerged how Bishop who sleeps with women by the altar, Bishop Daniel Obinim was arrested.
Recall our story of last March 17, where Bishop Obinim, the founder and leader of International Godsway Church reportedly gave reasons why he was sleeping with women by the altar of his church.
Not only did that attract widespread rage, some men of God threatned to expose the bishop, threatening to ensure he faced justice.
That now appears to be the case, as the police has arrested Bishop Obinum
Reports by Nana Yaw Kese of Peace FM has indicated how the police came and picked up the controversial cleric.
This is coming after several evasions by the Bishop.
He had reported at his church that day, Thursday, May 14, and began counselling members, unawared that danger was lurking.
Not long after, the police, acting on a tipoff stormed the premises, and arrested him.
Bishop Obinim did not resist the officers but first studied the arrest warrant before requesting for a little time to change his clothes.
By the time, he reappeard, Bishop Obinim told the police that he needed a moment to change his cloth before leaving for the police station.
He came out few minutes later and claimed he couldn’t walk.
The police couldn’t have any of that, and instead took him away to a private hospital with policemen by his side.
Recall that earlier story in which Bishop Obinim, trying to justify his alleged sleeping with female members of his church thus:
“I received direct instructions from God to sleep with my female members on the altar before praying for them, for that’s the only way the can receive their healings faster”.
It appears however that many do not see any ill in the bishop’s ways as they keep seeking his ministration.
The Eagle checks however shows that some people, especially those who had promised him that they would ensure his arrest are uncomfortable that the police allowed him to go to the hospital in the first place, saying that the bishop may find his way back.
One of such persons is a Member of Parliament for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong.
He believes that Obinim’s collapse was staged, wondering for how long he would continue to evade arrest warrant.