Bishop Daniel Obinim, the founder and leader of the International God’s Way Church, has openly confessed to infidelity in the past, expressing concern over investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas potentially probing into his activities as a pastor.
In a recent interview, Bishop Obinim acknowledged his apprehension about the prospect of being scrutinized by Anas, particularly regarding his confessed extramarital relationships while serving as the head pastor of his congregation. Despite admitting to past infidelity, he emphasized that there is nothing Anas could uncover to accuse him of involvement in illicit activities such as murder or perpetrating fake miracles.
Responding to questions about his reaction if Anas were to investigate him, similar to the scrutiny faced by late Prophet TB Joshua, Bishop Obinim maintained his willingness for an inquiry to commence immediately. He clarified that while he had been unfaithful to his wife in the past, accusations of involvement in criminal activities or consultations with traditional spiritual practitioners do not apply to him.
In light of recent exposés, including the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) documentary revealing sexual misconduct by TB Joshua, scrutiny on pastors within their ministries has intensified. Despite not being implicated in the allegations against TB Joshua, Bishop Obinim expressed unease about the potential investigation into his past infidelities with other women.