Bishop Obinim Says T.B Joshua Should Be Arrested for Causing Fear & Panic in Ghana With His Empty Terror Attack Prophesy
Ghana has an interesting criminal law which can be used to pick anyone up—especially when a person says something those of higher political power detest. This criminal law with vague borders, labelled ‘causing fear and panic’ is said to be in place for the security of the state.
On the back of this law and following Prophet T.B Joshua’s recent prophesy that Ghana will soon suffer a terrorist attack on a certain upcoming Thursday, Saturday or Friday which has caused panic among Ghanaians, Bishop Obinim has said this is a perfect time to evoke Ghana’s fear and panic law.
According to the Bishop who has also built a huge fortune on the back of prophesies, it’s absurd for a man of God to throw a whole nation like Ghana into fear and panic with a message of pending doom—when the prophet could have just asked the benign God he serves in private to allow this disaster to not befall Ghana.
“The security agencies must take this up seriously and arrest Prophet T.B Joshua for causing fear and panic in Ghana. Several of my church members have stopped coming to church because they have been warned not to be at crowded places since a terror attack awaits Ghana. On this note, my business which used to bring in a stable income is currently on a volatile train,” Obinim said on his OB TV.
He continued; “T. B Joshua ought to be arrested for causing fear and panic. If any other person said this, he would have been picked by the BNI and be deported to South Africa but T.B Joshua said it and no one is doing anything about it.”
The good bishop assured his viewers that, Jesus Christ has not told him about this so called terror attack and therefore, it’s a lie so they should not panic.