Do not knock it till you try it, we are often told. Give things time before you pass judgement or better yet try it for yourself. The Obinim Sticker Challenge has been alive in Ghana for quite sometime now.
The sticker which the users claim makes the supernatural possible, your own miracle waiting to happen as you carry it on you. The proliferation in the belief in this phenomenon led to Hip-life artiste Captain Planet to make a song titled Obinim Sticker. Bishop Obinim though is not offended in the least by it. He claims the song can even be used during church services. The ever controversial Bishop Obinim was captured on video making his thoughts clear on the current state of affairs.
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Ghanaian pastor, Bishop Daniel Obinim says he has no qualms with Ghanaian musician, Captain Planet for using his ‘Spiritual Sticker’ to create a song.
According to the man of God, he thinks the song can be used to praise God in churches, regardless of its secular nature. He disclosed that when the trend about his sticker went viral he was outside of the country but was glad about it. Obinim, therefore, maintained that anyone who tags him as having a brawl with the composers of the “Obinim Sticker” song is far from the reality.
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In a related video Obinim was spotted wearing a woman’s wig to church. The founder and leader of the International Godsway Church (IGWC) was spotted in a new video wearing a woman’s wig in church. In the very short video, Bishop Obinim is seen wearing a long wig and gesticulating like a lady while his congregants shouted in amazement. It is not known what the reason was behind it but it looked like it was all part of his preaching for the day. The video is fast going viral since it popped up online.
Watch the video below: