A Video Of Obinim Demanding Offertory From His Church Members On TV Amid Ban On Churches Drops

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After Nana Addo banning social gatherings including churches, Bishop Daniel Angel Obinim live stream his Sunday service on his TV and YouTube channel and he asked for offertory from his church members.

Nana Addo has issued a ban on all forms of social gatherings in the country since there’s a rise on the number of cases of coronavirus recorded.

As of time of writing this article, Coronavirus cases in Ghana have jumped to 152 with 5 deaths recorded.

To curb the cases or to make the cases limit, Nana Addo and his heads have put down a restrictive measures to stop social gathering.

Government’s Ban On Social Gathering

The government has banned all public gatherings including conferences, workshops, funerals, festivals, political rallies, church activities and other related events as part of measures to stop the spread of coronavirus in the country.

President Nana Akufo-Addo in a national address on Sunday [March 15, 2020] said the ban will be in force for the next four weeks.

Obinim Requests Offertory From His Fans

Obinim among many pastors have been affected by the government’s ban on churches for some weeks.

Most of them (pastors) have television and radio stations which they can minister to their members easily but the offertory collections have been a big problem to many pastors.

Obinim on Sunday [March 29] held a church service in his empty church but was live streaming on YouTube and on his television stations for his members to also benefit.

After the sermon, a video has emerged that captured Obinim requesting for offertory from his church members.

He gave a mobile money line for both his members in Ghana and across the world to give their offertory on it.

Watch video below:

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