Bishop Obinim Tells Former President Rawlings to Mind His Own Business Or Jesus Would Deal With Him

J J Rawlings
J J Rawlings

It’s always interesting when these Men of God lose their cool and go on rants about how they would deal with others; you notice it always happens whenever someone slightly questions their supposed anointing?

For me whenever a Man of God spews out threats he loses all credibility that instant, though fortunately in this case Obinim had no credibility to begin with. I agree 1000% with everything President Rawlings said, and it seems Obinim does too, thus this loud warning served to intimidate; it seems the former President’s comments struck a little too close to the truth.

For those who do not remember the former President passed some comments earlier this month concerning the worrying trend of pastor’s who spend all day performing ‘miracles’ and the prominence the media gives such broadcasts. He felt they were contributing to the ignorance of some segments of society and should be pulled off-air.

Obinim has taken his sweet time to reply, but he has done so nonetheless, according to this citifmonline report. In his long overdue reply, he calls the former President an old man who should mind his own business; otherwise he would be dealt with.

“You are old and so you should be using all the knowledge and sense you have acquired over the years to help govern the nation, but don’t sit on air and talk about me. This should be the last time you talk about me. Don’t mention my name in any conversation again, otherwise Jesus Christ, who called me to do his work will deal with you.”

Where do I even begin? Does this apply if he mentions it alone in his room? Who is going to tell Obinim then? Still, for the loving soul portrayed in the bible it’s difficult to see how much damage Jesus can do dealing with anyone. God is a little more scary, Jesus, not so much.

He went on to give an analogy using Castro and Komla Dumor, but that was a little hard to grasp, saying if they knew they were going to die they wouldn’t have died; implying they could have sought spiritual help. But I’m yet to see the immortal human being, and I’m pretty sure people in his church also die the same as other humans, so that’s neither here nor there.

He also had a few choice words for those in the general public, like yours truly, who have a healthy contempt for him and his ilk. We should all be seeking protection soon, because the same hammer dropping on the former President is coming for us too.

“You sit there, insult people and spoil my work. You will see what I will do to you and if you say you have a place where you go for protection, you better hurry up and go there because I will show you that wherever you are going, I will beat that spirit. I, Obinim, in the name of the God Almighty, you will see what I will do to all of you. When Jesus was sharing the gifts, this is what he gave me.”

Indeed. If some of these charlatans really had any powers you see how they would have brandished it in dealing with their detractors? Tells you they aren’t really Men of God. As a friend of mine said, Obinim should thank God for democracy; he couldn’t have said this stuff to Papa J in the 80’s. Lol


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  1. It just doesn’t seem right for a supposed “man of God” to behave like this & his church – goers too…like what else do u want to see b4 u conclude that he isn’t credible as a man of God

  2. funny how in Ghana any fool can wake up in the morning and bestow the title of Bishop on themselves. .and when you question them they always quote you the one verse they know “touch not my anointed” ..y’all need to wake the eff up

  3. Lets put this ‘bishop’ to the test. Jerry should organize some former soldiers to pay this guy a visit at night. Take him in a helicopter over the gulf of guinea and throw him out. Let see if his ‘Yesu Christo’ will make him fly or sink. Ghana has lost its credibility as the nation of intelligent people. The aspiring black star. 30 years ago these guys including Duncan Williams would have been laughed out of town. And rightly so. These are no men of god. These are men of fake prophecies for profit. They don’t believe in the prophets. They believe in the profits. Their version of Christianity is akin to voodoo-ism. Ignorance and stupidity is the only reason Ghanaians troop to these people for salvation. In serious world this dolt and the rest don’t even qualify as used car salesmen. Yet because of the desperation and poverty Ghanaians have jettison reason and their god given sense of what right and are now following charlatans. There ought be a special place in hell for these people. Else god is a joker. Then again perhaps they know their god will not hold them accountable for any of the crimes they’ve committed. I doubt it very much that the biblical Sodom and Gomorrah was worse than present day ghana. After all they were bronze aged people. How bad could they have been? In present day Ghana there is enough iniquity and vile to warrant a firestorm for heaven to cleanse the place. Visit any ministry or office and witness the deliberate wickedness and corrupted nature of the people. Obinim and his cohorts are the instigators of these acts. By lowering the bar on morality all the while claiming to be the moral compass. Is it any wonder thieves and criminals are running rampant? We have lost our way. And the way back to some semblance of righteousness is to chase these ‘charlatans’ out of town. And any one who screams democracy, should be told that even in Athens, Greece, the home of democracy, Socrates was made to drink hemlock. And in George Washington’s America there was such as thing as the sedition act.

  4. This man has brainwashed his church members into believing that he is a man of God. A man of God will not behave like that and should not behave like that. All he does is use the church money to bleach his skin and buy expensive suits while some of his church members are suffering.