Obinim is High on Tramadol Whenever he Preaches in Church — Social Media Users Descend on ‘Angel’ for Claiming there’s no Second Coming

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Bishop Daniel Obinim is back in the news and causing consternation among Christians, after some recent comments he made concerning the much anticipated second coming of Christ.

Among the list of things Ghanaians are so eagerly expecting in their lives, Christ returning and slaying all the sinners and taking the rest of them ‘Christians’ to heaven is at the top, so if you want people jumping on you mercilessly then you know Jesus is the one to attack.

Bishop Obinim recently passed some comments to the extent that the second coming of Christ is not going to happen. According to him, Jesus is not coming back and people are not going to get the chance to go to heaven because Jesus only promised heaven to his disciples and not everyone else. He therefore called on Christians to chill and stop worrying so much about making heaven.

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His comments have drawn spectacular backlash from social media. One person said Obinim always has sh*t to say because he takes tramadol before his sermons.

“If he takes the tramado then he loose control and talk chip,” one social media user known as Frank Aboagye slammed.

“Lord Jesus, please have mercy on Obinim and give him a heart of repentant. If he repents please save him because he has sold himself to the devil. Please save Obinim now for your name sake. Thank you Lord Jesus Christ.” Dennis Boamah also opined.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com

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